Ananda Everingham …words simply cannot describe the hysteria and frenzy that went down when he arrived at the Temple Fair. Every female heart skipped a beat, it was crazy. Ananda then spent the following day going through the villages on a moped meeting everyone and seeing if they enjoyed the screening and party in the rice paddies. Totally the Hero in Yao Noi.

Ananda Everingham …words simply cannot describe the hysteria and frenzy that went down when he arrived at the Temple Fair. Every female heart skipped a beat, it was crazy. Ananda then spent the following day going through the villages on a moped meeting everyone and seeing if they enjoyed the screening and party in the rice paddies. Totally the Hero in Yao Noi.

Of course, there needed to be a Thai film, a horror one from the past courtesy of our partners, the Thai Film Archive …we screened Mae Nak Prakong from 1954 with live sound from sound booth - old-school.
Photo by Chawit Siriwathanophas

Of course, there needed to be a Thai film, a horror one from the past courtesy of our partners, the Thai Film Archive …we screened Mae Nak Prakong from 1954 with live sound from sound booth - old-school.

Photo by Chawit Siriwathanophas

Speech by Jefferson Hack, Chomwan Weeraworawit and Nat Sarasas on Pradu Pier. Before going to Pratchaya Phintong’s Friends of Phetch and SKY screening in the Rice Paddies.
"it is about possibilities . . and new beginnings" - Jefferson Hack
Photo by Piyatat Hemmatat

Speech by Jefferson Hack, Chomwan Weeraworawit and Nat Sarasas on Pradu Pier. Before going to Pratchaya Phintong’s Friends of Phetch and SKY screening in the Rice Paddies.

"it is about possibilities . . and new beginnings" - Jefferson Hack

Photo by Piyatat Hemmatat

Our path to SKY …dinner at Pradu Pier.
Inspired by Dan Flavin, Stanley Kubrick’s Space Odyssee:2001, Apichatpong’s description of his new film … it does not end.  A dinner on a spaceship at the end of the world decorated in local southern style serving a feast by Bo.lan with music by Zudrangma. 
Photograph by Piyatat Hemmatat.

Our path to SKY …dinner at Pradu Pier.

Inspired by Dan Flavin, Stanley Kubrick’s Space Odyssee:2001, Apichatpong’s description of his new film … it does not end.  A dinner on a spaceship at the end of the world decorated in local southern style serving a feast by Bo.lan with music by Zudrangma. 

Photograph by Piyatat Hemmatat.