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Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival4 weeks ago

Exciting news for Joko Anwar, whom we hope to welcome back to Luang Prabang someday soon.

https://www.nst.com.my/lifestyle/groove/2022/04/786762/showbiz-indonesian-director-joko-anwar-debut-hollywood-sci-fi-horror

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival4 weeks ago

Fifty directors, fifty short films, ten days: a lab and masterclass with Apitchatpong Weerasethakul and PlayLab Films, in the Amazon.

https://playlabfilms.com/en/api-lab/

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival1 month ago

Happy to see some LPFF selections among this excellent lineup of Thai film on Netflix.

https://www.timeout.com/bangkok/news/netflix-thailand-is-now-streaming-19-acclaimed-classic-thai-films-040622

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival1 month ago

MEKONG 2030 continues to win awards around the world, most recently Best Foreign Film at the Oslo Film Festival 2020-2021 Double Edition. Thanks again to the supporters whose contributions have made such a lasting impact: The Asia Foundation in Lao PDR , Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Southeast Asia,...

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival2 months ago

The regional film industry lost one of its greatest champions yesterday. Kriengsak "Victor" Silakong (pictured on the left at the 2012 Luang Prabang Film Festival) founded and directed all 14 iterations of the World Film Festival of Bangkok. His passion for cinema and the arts...

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival2 months ago

The Long Walk, in the New York Times. Nice, Mattie Do.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/02/movies/the-long-walk-review.html

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival3 months ago

Nice review of The Long Walk in the Guardian, a week in advance of its debut on streaming platforms. Congratulations, Mattie Do.

https://www.theguardian.com/film/2022/feb/21/the-long-walk-review-inventive-laotian-horror-of-ghosts-and-time-travel

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival3 months ago

Elsewhere Cinema Club is hosting a screening of Three Strangers (followed by a Q&A with director Lamin Oo) on 19 February.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCDykCdEuh8

Register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYkdeiopjMjG9DkROlPjQrgImYuZ5l_mG26

Luang Prabang Film Festival
On the western coastline of Myanmar, a queer couple and their adopted son build a family and navigate the complexities of belonging.● Myanmar human stories t...

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Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival4 weeks ago

Exciting news for Joko Anwar, whom we hope to welcome back to Luang Prabang someday soon.

https://www.nst.com.my/lifestyle/groove/2022/04/786762/showbiz-indonesian-director-joko-anwar-debut-hollywood-sci-fi-horror

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival4 weeks ago

Fifty directors, fifty short films, ten days: a lab and masterclass with Apitchatpong Weerasethakul and PlayLab Films, in the Amazon.

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival1 month ago

Happy to see some LPFF selections among this excellent lineup of Thai film on Netflix.

https://www.timeout.com/bangkok/news/netflix-thailand-is-now-streaming-19-acclaimed-classic-thai-films-040622

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival1 month ago

MEKONG 2030 continues to win awards around the world, most recently Best Foreign Film at the Oslo Film Festival 2020-2021 Double Edition. Thanks again to...

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival2 months ago

The regional film industry lost one of its greatest champions yesterday. Kriengsak "Victor" Silakong (pictured on the left at the 2012 Luang Prabang Film Festival)...

Luang Prabang Film Festival
Luang Prabang Film Festival2 months ago

The Long Walk, in the New York Times. Nice, Mattie Do.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/02/movies/the-long-walk-review.html

The Annual Festival

At the start of every December, the former royal capital of Laos transforms into a theater. Screens are rigged on garden lawns, within the walls of five-star hotels, at a central market. The whole town becomes the perfect setting for celebrating the art of cinema. Because LPFF believes in equal access, all of our screenings are free and open to the public.

 Who We Are

The Luang Prabang Film Festival is a non-profit cultural organization committed to the celebration of Southeast Asian film, the growth of local and regional film industries, and the cultivation of regional audiences. We want to see a diversity of Southeast Asian stories told well and shared with the world.

What We Do

LPFF is much more than a film festival. Our year-round programs offer various unique opportunities for filmmakers and industry professionals. Through these activities, we provide local artists with the skills and experience they need to represent their own communities on the screen. 

The Annual Festival

At the start of every December, the former royal capital of Laos transforms into a theater. Screens are rigged on garden lawns, within the walls of five-star hotels, at a central market. The whole town becomes the perfect setting for celebrating the art of cinema. Because LPFF believes in equal access, all of our screenings are free and open to the public.

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