Crowdfunding Campaign for The Cause of Progress

We have launched a crowdfunding campaign to help raise funds towards the completion of our documentary. We have been filming in Cambodia for more than three and a half years, following the lives of three extraordinary individuals caught up in the chaos and turmoil of Cambodia’s economic development. Now we are finished filming and starting the editing phase. Please visit this link to see what we need to raise and to check out the amazing rewards we have on offer, some of them are truly unique. If you cannot afford to donate, please help spread the word using your social media platforms, blogs, word of mouth or any other means that you can think of, we need all the help we can get to reach our goal!

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. 28/11/2011: Riot police containing Boeung Kak lake residents at protest in front of the municipality during which four of their representatives, Tep Vanny, Bo Chhorvy, Kong Chantha and Heng Mom, were arrested.

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. 28/11/2011: Riot police containing Boeung Kak lake residents at protest in front of the municipality during which four of their representatives, Tep Vanny, Bo Chhorvy, Kong Chantha and Heng Mom, were arrested.

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