HuffPost Live

Sundance Grand Jury Winner Discusses Khmer Rouge Legacy In Cambodia 

More than 1.7 million people perished during the rule of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia (approximately 21 percent of the country’s population at the time). Khmer-American Kalyanee Mam, director of the documentary “A River Changes Course,” joined HuffPost Live’s Alyona Minkovski to discuss the lasting impact of Pol Pot’s terror on the country.

WBEZ’s Worldview

Cambodian Stories of Globalization

‘A River Changes Course’, by director Kalyanee Mam, won the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Documentary at Sundance. Kalyanee Mam joins us to discuss the film.

HuffPost Live

The Lady Brain Show

The Lady Brain show interviews Kalyanee Mam, director & cinematographer of the gorgeous & touching documentary, A River Changes Course.

Wanda’s Picks Radio

Director Kalyanee Mam: San Francisco International Film Festival

KPFA 94.1FM

Reyna Cowan interviews Cambodian American flimmaker Kalyanee Mam about her film “A River Changes Course” showing at the San Francisco International Film Festival and winner of Best World Documentary at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

Pacific Radio Los Angeles KPFK 90.7FM

“Heart-breakingly beautiful and deeply thoughtful.”

Filmmaker Magazine

Family and Sacrifice in A River Changes Course

by Kalyanee Mam

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