After Siam and Lido, the first two standalone cinemas in Siam Square, disappeared in flames long ago, Scala cinema become the last standalone cinema in Bangkok that was still operating, until it was defeated by COVID-19 crisis in 2020.Not long after its last film screening, Scala declared that it will be dismantled. A filmmaker who […]

18 Years – Memories, Dreams and Violence

Since the 2004 siege at Krue Se Mosque, children born that year will turn 18 this year (2022). The documentary explores the lives, dreams, memories and futures of those who grew up in the area of violence through the world of Ta – a high school student who defines himself as an LGBTQ and non-religious […]


Crisscrossing geographical and spiritual latitudes of Thailand, Worship is a rapt sensory immersion into the ritualized power of faith and how it shapes the courses of people’s lives. From North to South and East to West, the documentary wraps us in the cloud of incense smoke as it explores Buddhist rites, animist rituals, shamanistic divinations, […]

First Grade

A documentary on the magical development of kindergarten children who need understanding nurture and grooming looked through the eyes of parents, teachers, academics and specialists on kindergarten education. The film surveys the Thai educational system by observing lives of Primary 1 students from 8 different schools. Different in terms of religion, policy and geography, in […]

Summer Documentary: Jan Chan

A documentary following stories behind the shooting of a photobook ‘Summer Diary: Jan Chan 1st Photobook’ in Hokkaido, Japan portraying Jan Chan (Jetsupa Kruetang), a former member of BNK48 first generation enjoying Japanese cities and sceneries.

BNK48: Girls Don’t Cry

BNK48 is an idol girl group, whose 26 members are girls from 13 years old to 23 years old. The concept of the band based on an ordinary, but dedicating character. In each single, only 16 from 26 members are selected to be the part of it. So, every girl needs to put all of […]

Bangkok Joyride Part 3: Singing at Funerals

‘Singing at Funerals’, part 3 of the Bangkok Joyride saga of the epic 7-month long Shutdown Bangkok protest, records the first 2 weeks of the occupation of Bangkok, 15 – 26 January 2014. From superstar academics Teacher Lily and Dr Seri’s hysterical impersonations of PM Yingluck on stage, to the fatal bomb at Bantad-Tong; from […]

Bangkok Joyride Part 2: Shutdown Bangkok

Bangkok Joyride: Shutdown Bangkok is the second of an epic documentary series with no commentary, a record of the Shutdown Bangkok protests of 2013-2014. Part 2 covers the lead-up to & the actual Shutdown Bangkok itself, from 22 December 2013 – 15 January 2014, including the crossing of the river and Art Lane, with an […]

Bangkok Joyride Part 1: How We Became Superheroes

The first of an epic documentary series with no commentary, a record of the Shutdown Bangkok protests of 2013-2014. Bear witness to how and why millions of ordinary Thai people occupy the streets, parks and government buildings for 7 months. Part 1 shows how the protest gathered steam; what propelled millions of people to rise […]


A documentary that follows the mission of a Rockstar Toon Bodyslam to run from Betong district of the deep-south Yala province to Maesai district of the Northern Chiang Rai province in 55 days, covering the distance of 2,215 kilometers under the project ‘Kao Kon La Kao’ that collects donations for 11 hospitals to acquire necessary […]


The film is based on interviews of 100 Thai teenagers’ age between17-19 with diverse gender identities. They have shared their experiences, personal life, and attitude towards their social life in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, where they have grown up in. The common theme of these stories are their coming of age, confusion with dreams […]

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