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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

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