Thursday, 30 April 2009

Stories On Human Rights

Stories On Human Rights
Mobile Men
Stories On Human Rights, an evening of film screenings, will take place at the FCCT in Bangkok on 4th May. The films were commissioned by the United Nations, and the programme includes Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Mobile Men. Apichatpong will be present for a Q&A session after the screenings.

6 comment(s):

Sucha said...

Does FCCT stands for "The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand"?

Is it possible to join the screening?

Matthew Hunt said...

Yes, at the Maneeya Center near Central Chitlom. It starts at 8pm, and tickets for non-members are 150 baht.

Apichatpong's film Mobile Men is great, and when he does Q&As they are always fun, but I'm working on Monday evening so won't be able to go.

Sucha said...

Thank you for the information. I am willing to go.

Just one more question, when will the event finish since it starts at 8pm?

Matthew Hunt said...

Sorry, I'm not sure when it finishes, but I would guess around 10pm. Of course you could leave anytime before the end if necessary - FCCT has a dining area (reserved in advance) and a bar, it's not a theatre auditorium.

Sucha said...

Thank you so much. :D

Sucha said...

I just come to confirm that the event was great! There were various definitions of "Human Rights." Some are common to our (my) definition but some are not. There was also a free glass of wine for each visitor. :)

I will write more on my blog as soon as possible after my current busy period.