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Surviving Bokator Cambodian documentary available for viewing online until Feb. 27 – MMA Crossfire

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Surviving Bokator Cambodian documentary available for viewing online until Feb. 27

The award-winning Cambodian documentary Surviving Bokator is back online, but only for a limited time.

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Director Mark Bochsler and producer Sandra Leuba confirmed in Facebook post that Surviving Bokator will be available to rent and view online until midnight of Feb. 27.

If you haven’t had the chance to see SURVIVING BOKATOR or wish to share it with a friend, you can do so now until midnight February 27, 2022. We will schedule a post film discussion afterwards. So, stay tuned…

Surviving Bokator was showcased on the film festival circuit in 2021, racking up numerous awards around the world. There is also a new trailer, which can be viewed below.

 

Surviving Bokator is expected to return to Cambodia later this year for a nationwide theatrical release. This is in addition to the Cambodian martial art of Bokator currently being considered by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for intangible cultural heritage status. The timeframe for UNESCO’s decision is also currently unconfirmed, but the hope is for this year.

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Kenai is a former Postmedia Network online news and sports editor. He is the Editor-in-Chief for MMA Crossfire.

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