Film Producer Deborah Hoard Talks about 'Angkor Awakens'

Cinemapolis in Ithaca presents the documentary ‘Angkor Awakens’ for a week long run.  We hear from the film’s producer, Deborah Hoard about the extensive research and hundreds of interviews that went into creating this portrait of Cambodia. http://wskg.org/audio/hoard.mp3

 

Photo credit: Jonathan Eames via Robert H. Lieberman

Robert H. Lieberman's Comedy 'Green Lights' is Screened at Cinemapolis

Cinemapolis is offering a screening of Robert H. Lieberman’s 2002 comedy ‘Green Lights’ on Saturday, March 25. Filmed in Ithaca, the cast is a mix of New York and Ithaca actors. In a classic ‘fish out of water’ plot, a film location scout is mistaken for a big-time producer, and starts to enjoy the perks that adulation provides.  Film maker Robert H. Lieberman talks about filming this love letter to Ithaca, and the many hats he wears. http://wskg.org/audio/greenlights.mp3

 

Photo credit: Robert H. Lieberman

‘Angkor Awakens’ Comes to Cinemapolis

Cinemapolis in Ithaca is presenting two showings of Robert H. Lieberman’s film ‘Angkor Awakens: a Portrait of Cambodia’.  The filmmaker will be at both screenings, along with Story Editor David Kossack at the November 4 screening, and Producer Deborah C. Hoard at the November 5 showing. “A sweeping and emotional portrait of Cambodia and its people. The film takes the viewer on a historical and psychological journey, stretching from the ancient past to the tension-filled present, where a young population strives to move beyond the country’s dark history.” http://wskg.org/audio/angkormix.mp3

 

Photo credit: Jonathan Eames via Robert H. Lieberman

 

 

'Angkor Awakens' Comes to Cinemapolis

Cinemapolis in Ithaca is presenting two showings of Robert H. Lieberman’s film ‘Angkor Awakens: a Portrait of Cambodia’.  The filmmaker will be at both screenings, along with Story Editor David Kossack at the November 4 screening, and Producer Deborah C. Hoard at the November 5 showing. “A sweeping and emotional portrait of Cambodia and its people. The film takes the viewer on a historical and psychological journey, stretching from the ancient past to the tension-filled present, where a young population strives to move beyond the country’s dark history.” http://wskg.org/audio/angkormix.mp3

 

Photo credit: Jonathan Eames via Robert H. Lieberman