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19th April 2018
A sense of place: Bangkok
Three filmmakers go beyond the city’s visual clichés to create intimate portraits of other lives

A young group of Thai boys find freedom through biking: Krahang directed by Joshua Gordon, Motherland in association with Somesuch.
Hardback book of photography (and USB) available here

Ropes directed by Kendy Ty
“First I was thinking that the shibari movement was only related to sexual practices like SM but I learnt with Kit that this art can be related to something else, something more spiritual without any sexual intentions.”

A fictionalised narrative emerges out of a capsule hotel: 1190 directed by Andzej Gavriss, Red Pepper Films



Director: Joshua Gordon
Produced by Motherland in association with Somesuch
Supported by Young & Laced Director of Photography – Isaac Eastgate
Camera Assistant & Location Sound – Joseph Bird​
Executive Producer – Ross Killeen
Executive Producers – Chris Watling and Sasha Nixon
Assistant Producer – Louise Byrne
Film Editor – Joe Rigby
Sound Mix – Peter O’Brien
Art Direction – Jack Kimberley
Visual Effects – Sarah Crux
Grade – Jason Wallis
Developed & Scanned by I-Dailies UK
Thai Fixer, 1st AD & Translator – Chap Telan
Second Thai Fixer – Prin Supasinsathit
Translations – Suthanda Atthoroj and Prim O’Brien


A portrait of Kitarang Tasee
Director / dop / edit / colorgrade: Kendy Ty
Music: Com Truise / “Dreambender”
Audio mix: Adrien Drich Sahuc


Written & Directed by Andzej Gavriss
Produced & Art directed by Julija Fricsone-Gavriss
Cinematographer Konstantin Mazov
Editor Andzej Gavriss
Starring Anastasiya Tsoy
Supporting actors Om, Pongpang
Choreographer Banzay Bnz
Wardrobe Oxana Markina
Location Coordinator Nikita Glotov
Music Aigel
Production Red Pepper Film