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List of Cambodian films

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is an incomplete, chronological list of films produced in the Khmer language. Most films are related to the Cinema of Cambodia, but it may include films which have been partly produced in other countries but still retain Cambodian links.

For an alphabetical listing, see Category:Cambodian films. Not all Cambodian films are listed and many of the films produced between 1965 and 1975 were destroyed during the Khmer Rouge years.

1960s

  • Kbone Chivet (1962)...Madam Dy Saveth 1st film
  • Chet Madai (1963) oldest existing Khmer film discovered as of 2009
  • Apsara (1965)...King Sihanouk's 1st film
  • Pao Chouk Sar (1967)
  • Puthisen Neang Kongrey (1967)
  • Tep Sodachan(1968)
  • Thavary Meas Bong (1969)

1970s

  • Sovann Pancha (1970)...known as Vann Vannak's only surviving film
  • The Snake King's Wife (1970) The most popular Cambodian movie of all time directed by Tea Lim Koun and was released in Cambodia for a second term The Snake King's Wife Part 2 in 1972.
  • Kropeu Charavan (1972)
  • Orn Euy Srey Orn (1972)
  • Pko Lon Deum Chnam (1972)
  • Pel Dael Trov Yum (1972)
  • Panjapor Tevi (1973)
  • Chnam Oun 16 (1974)-known for the famous Rock and Roll song "Sweet 16" by Ros Serey Sothea
  • Pous Trung Oun Tov (1975)-known as the last existing Khmer film before the Khmer Rouge

1980s

  • The Forced Labor Of Angkar Leu (1979–1980)
  • Kone Euy Madai Ahp (1980 or 1984)
  • Chet Chang Cham (1984)
  • Tears In A Quiet Purple Evening (1987)...Tep Rundaro's debut film

1990s

  • Last Colonel Savath (1992)
  • Rice People (1994)
  • Peasants In Distress (1994)
  • Promat Promaong (1994)
  • Picheyvongsa (1996)
  • Jeat Satrey (1997)...Cambodia's 1st acknowledged TV series and Pich Soporn's last film
  • Bopha Pailin (1998)...Chorn Chan Leakenna debut film

2000s

  • Techo Domden (2000)
  • The Snake King's Grandchild (2001)...Internationally known sequel to the 1970 film, a joint production between Cambodia and Thailand
  • Cheam Anata (2002)...Actors Chea Yuthon and Saom Vansodany's life during the Khmer Rouge
  • Tuk Jet Mdai (2002)...Dy Saveth returns to acting for the first time in a long time
  • Min Yoke Te Pdei Jass, Saóp Nass Pdei Kmeng (2003)
  • Tum and Teav (2003)
  • Good Husband/Pdey Laór (2003)
  • 3 Ace (2004)
  • Ah Lev (2004)
  • Neang Neat (2004)
  • Moronak Meada (2004)
  • Mr. Mao (2005)
  • Neang Macha (2005)
  • The Blind and the Crippled (2005)
  • The Crocodile (2005)
  • Mjass Bomnul Kam (2006)
  • The Snake King's Grandchild (2006)
  • Staying Single When (2007)...KMF's 1st featured film
  • Heart Talk (2008)
  • Pume Neak Klahan (2009)
  • The Twin Diamonds (2009)

2010s

2020s

See also

External links

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