Skip to main content

Cambodian Odyssey

UK, 1996 (MIFF 2007, Magnum In Motion)

Director: Richard Traylor-Smith

Cambodian Odyssey

Author of the classic photobook Vietnam Inc, Philip Jones Griffiths, has been photographing South East Asia for more than 35 years. Cambodian Odyssey sees Richard Traylor-Smith follow the Magnum veteran on a trip to Cambodia in the 90s where he ruminates on his philosophy of photojournalism, and the people and politics of the region.

Check out the Talking Picture Session - Pictures in Motion

D/P Richard Traylor-Smith WS BBC Wales TD betaSP/1996/40mins

See also...

Eve and Marilyn

In Eve and Marilyn, Arnold spotlights her relationship with Marilyn Monroe, whom she photographed possibly more than any other photographer over a certain period. This film raises fascinating ... More »

THINK OF ENGLAND

Noted for his humour, Elliott Erwitt delivers comedy of a strictly black variety in this examination of American mores. Beauty Knows No Pain takes a sharply focused look at the often merciless ... More »

VIDEO DIARIES: DYING FOR PUBLICITY

In Video Diaries: Dying for Publicity, Chris Steele-Perkins bears witness to the infinite sorrows of Africa. At times unbearably poignant and painfully honest, he documents famine and disease in ... More »

MAGNUM STORY 1, THE

Part I of The Magnum Story unfurls the careers of the four founders - Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger and David (Chim) Seymour - during the 30s and World War II, after which they ... More »

MAGNUM STORY 2, THE

Part II deals with the turbulent 60s and the work of the Magnum photographers documenting this exciting yet troubled decade. Spotlighted in this film are the Kennedy and Nixon presidencies, the ... More »

BEHIND THE VEIL

As the title suggests, Eve Arnold offers a rare glimpse into the world of the harem in Behind the Veil. We witness the rituals of a young Sheikha as she prepares for marriage into the ruling family ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director