Exclusive: Our Film, Clueless? to be shown at Pattaya City Expats Club this Sunday.
Above Photo: From The Rice Fields of Nakhon Nayok to Manhattan.
Director Byron Bishop and I will be showing our award-winning short film, Clueless?, at 10.30 am on Sunday, 22 June at Pattaya City Expat’s Club. It was recently screened as part of the SOHO International Film Festival in New York.
I wrote it taking inspiration from the frequent local news stories (I mean back in the days when serious local crime was actually reported) about foreigners turning up dead in tapioca fields just outside the city.
It’s only 12 minutes long so anyone in need of a crafty 40 winks may be in luck, should events on the screen not grip them sufficiently.
We’ll introduce the film, explain some things to watch out for, then show it and take questions afterwards.
Other than at the 9Filmfest in Bangkok last year, where it won two awards, the film hasn’t yet been privately screened in Thailand, so this is an Exclusive. We plan to show it once more in Bangkok next week, and that’s it.
Our new film, M.I.A. A Greater Evil. Set in the jungles of Laos and Vietnam, the film deals with the possible fate of US servicemen left behind after the US pulled out of the Vietnam War.
See the trailer for our new film, M.I.A. A Greater Evil.
And for POWs left behind in Laos: