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|Member of the Senate|
March 25, 1999
|Nominated by||Norodom Sihanouk|
|Born||February 21, 1931|
|Relations||Ieu Koeus (father)|
Ieu Pannakar (Khmer: អៀវ បណ្ណាការ; born February 21, 1931) is a Cambodian film director and senator. Among the first Cambodians to study film making, he is one of Cambodia's pioneering film directors. He is a co-founder (with fellow Cambodian director Rithy Panh) of Bophana: The Audio-Visual Resource Center - Cambodia. Pannaker serves as honorary president of Bophana's oversight organisation, the ARPAA, or Association pour la recherche, la production et l’archivage des documents audiovisuels.
Pannaker serves in the Senate of Cambodia, as a nominee of King Norodom Sihamoni. He has also headed the cinematic division of the Cambodian Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts. He is the son of former Prime Minister of Cambodia Ieu Koeus. He held office for nine days in 1949.
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