The Phnom Penh International Film Festival is a 10-days (non-competitive) film festival celebrating independent cinema from all over the world, taking place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, from November 2 to 12, 2015.

It was founded in early 2014 and is fully organized by Dutch expatriate Ramon Stoppelenburg.

‘The new big cinemas in Phnom Penh don’t give any attention to the good foreign films or the film festival winners from other parts of the world,’ he states.

A specially set up Screening Committee took on the hard work of going through all submitted films from all over the world. Out of this they choose the titles (features, documentaries and shorts) to be that fascinating, that good, that challenging, so captivating, that they are screened to the general public at the Phnom Penh International Film Festival from November 2, 2015.

The PPIFF 2015 takes place at The Flicks 1 Community Movie Houses. The cover charge is $3.50 per day, yes, per day. Seats are limited and reservations are therefore highly advised.

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