Khmer Mekong Films
|Industry||Motion pictures, Television production|
|Headquarters||Phnom Penh, Cambodia|
|Key people||Matthew Robinson
|Products||Films, Television programs|
It grew out of the team created and trained by the BBC in 2004 to make a 100-episode TV drama about HIV for Cambodian television. Taste of Life was funded by the British Government through DFID and managed by the BBC World Service Trust. With funding finished in 2006, producer Matthew Robinson stayed in Cambodia to form KMF with the Taste of Life Khmer production team.
To date, KMF has produced two Cambodian cinema films, Staying Single When & Vanished, and dozens of television dramas, documentaries, information films, educational films, television commercials and public service TV spots.
|2007||Staying Single When||March 2007|
- Peep (2007)
- Peep 2 (2009)
- Upside Down (2009)
- AirWaves (2010)
- Upside Down 2 (2010)
- Beauty of Life (2011)
- My Family My Heart (2011)
- Impostors (2012)
- The Promise (2012)
- Khmer Mekong Films website
- Khmer Mekong Films in Time magazine
- Vanished review in Hollywood's 'Variety'
- Vanished review in Cambodia's 'Phnom Penh Post'
- Vanished information on Khmer Mekong Films website
- Staying Single When information on Khmer Mekong Films website
- BBC World Service Trust
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