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Phra Pongsak Techadhammo was a Thai forest monk who risked his life to save the forests of Chiang Mai. He was the first monk to bring together the government, the monastics, and the local people for forest conservation and rural development. The flowing rivers and lush forests of the Mae Soi Valley in Chiang Mai are his legacy - for which he was recognised by the United Nations Environmental Programme. This documentary tells his incredible story.
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30 Jul 2020, 9am to 13 Sep 2020, 9pm
30 Jul 2020, 10am to 13 Sep 2020, 9pm
Approximately 60 minutes
Thai and English with English subtitles
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PG - No Consumer Advice
THIS Buddhist Film Festival 2020: Online Edition is accessible to Patrons/Viewers located geographically in Singapore and Malaysia only.
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*This film will premiere on 9 Sep 2020, 7.30pm.
**At the end of the Premiere, join us on THISBFF Facebook Live for a post-screening discussion with the filmmakers! (www.facebook.com/THISBFF/live/)
***After the Premiere, the film continues to be available for online viewing until 13 September 2020, 11.59pm.
George Chang worked in TVB Public Affairs as producer and cameraman in the late 70's, and Cinematographer for local feature films and commercial films in the 80's and 90's. He was Assistant Professor in film and video productions of Hong Kong Baptist University, and directed Artists' and Designers' Series for the Hong Kong Museum of Fine Arts and the Heritage Museum. He is currently retired and a student of Hong Kong Su Bong Zen Monastery.
Festival Bundle: S$108
Festival Pass: S$26
Single Ticket: S$12