Long Beach, CA. COVID-19 INFO

Cambodia Town Film Festival 2020: Virtual Edition

Our Cambodia Town Film Festival start next week you can watch ALL these movies for FREE!!! September 16-20, 2020 ONLINE (worldwide)!

We have more than 40 films in our five-day program, each shedding light on vital issues and bringing attention to the diversity and complexity of the Cambodian diaspora.  As such, we hope that you, as artists, will help us to share these films and other CTFF events with as many people as possible. Please encourage your friends, family, colleagues, and supporters to explore the entire line-up, and choose one or more films they have not yet seen (or perhaps even heard about) to experience.  This virtual CTFF is an exceptional event in an extraordinary time, and we want everyone to be part of our collective audience.

Again, thank you for being a part of the 8th Annual Cambodia Town Film Festival – Virtual Edition. We are grateful beyond words, and hope you enjoy experiencing the different films as much as we have.


Here’s the events online:
http://cambodiatownfilmfestival.com/events.php
Here are the films online:
http://cambodiatownfilmfestival.com/schedule.php

Also, watch our Opening Speaker, Pisay Pao: http://cambodiatownfilmfestival.com/archives/3754

Check out our CTFF Presents Panels.
You can join us for free and watch these panels.
Join us here: fb.com/cambodiatownfilmfestival

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Cambodia Town, Long Beach, Califorina was looted and vandalized. This is a video I filmed while walking block to block, shop to shop to assess the damages in the Cambodia Town district. This video was filmed on June 11, 2020. There are many other shop that’s was vandalized that is not in this video. This is only from one day of walking. WE. WILL. REBUILD. #WeLoveCambodiaTown
If you would like to help >>> https://gf.me/u/x7xrs2

praCh launch a GoFundMe campaign to help Cambodia Town affected by the looting and vandalism

Hello everyone, my name is praCh.

I hope this message finds you safe and well.

This campaign page is dedicated to supporting our small businesses in Cambodia Town, Long Beach that are facing unprecedented challenges. Not only have our local businesses suffered because of the Covid-19 pandemic, now some are also losing property as a result of looting and vandalism. This fund is not just for Cambodian businesses, but for any business in the Cambodia Town district affected by the looting and vandalism. I know you may be thinking that their insurance will cover the damages, but this isn’t the case. While basic liability insurance is required for all businesses, looting and pandemic are not covered in most of these plans. These are extraordinary times, and our local businesses need our help.

Remember, many of these businesses has been giving to the community, they helped sponsored parade, sarong party, culture shows and film festival, now its time for us to help them back. They’re not asking for much, just enough to get back on their feet, back to business. This is for that friendly neighborhood shop where the owners know you by your first name, the store with 10-year-old kid working the cash register because their parents run the place, that corner market now owned by immigrants and refugees who came here with nothing. This is for the hangs, the shops, the markets, and the bodegas.

NEED YOUR HELP! Click Here: praCh’s GoFundMe Campaign Page

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