Cambodian actress Tharoth Sam to visit Boston area May 17-18 to screen Surviving Bokator
Cambodian actress and fighter Tharoth “Little Frog” Sam will be in the Boston area May 17-18 to screen her film Surviving Bokator and to discuss and demonstrate Cambodia’s official martial art.
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Greeting from me, everyone in Boston/Lowell! I'm now on Tour with @survivingbokator promoting Khmer culture! I hope you come see this strong important film, and come support this only Khmer film documentary that shows about Cambodia, Bokator, and plus the interesting life journey of the main roles in the film, also there's me in there too. . . – So here is the screening information, it is on the 17th May at 19:30 – 21:30, at Bright Family Screening Room, The Paranount Center – Emerson College. 559 Washington St, Boston, Massachusetts 02111. Please don't miss it 🙏🏼. – And next day is on the 18th May, at 10:00 – 12:00 will be a meet and greet, and a discussion. At CMAA – Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association. 465 School Street, Lowell, Massachusetts 01851. . . I'll see you there my beloved people. 💪🏼🙏🏼🤗🇰🇭🇺🇸
Sam will be at the Bright Family Screening Room in the Paramount Center of Emerson College (559 Washington St., Boston, MA, 02111) to screen her film Surviving Bokator from 7:30pm to 9:30pm local time.
The screening will also feature a Q&A session and a demonstration of Cambodia’s martial art of Bokator.
SURVIVING BOKATOR will have its Boston premiere next Friday, May 17th as part of the Boston Asian American Film Showcase. #bokatorfilm
— SurvivingBokator (@bokatorfilm) May 9, 2019
On May 18, Sam will attend a meet and greet to discuss the film and other aspects of Cambodian culture at the Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association (CMAA) at 465 School Street, Lowell, MA, 01851.
The Crossfire confirmed Sam’s attendance with Surviving Bokator director Mark Bochsler, who will also be attending the events along with Sandra Leuba.
Bochsler also revealed that the film was recently presented at the USA Film Festival on April 27, making it the first Cambodian film entry in the festival’s history.
“I hope you come see this strong important film and come support this only Khmer film documentary that shows about Cambodia, Bokator, plus the interesting life journey,” Sam explained in her Instagram post.
“I’ll see you there, my beloved people.”
Everyone is welcome to attend.