“A Cambodian Spring, a documentary that chronicles the lives of three activists as they fight evictions and rights abuses in the run-up to the 2013 national election, was awarded Best Feature Documentary at the Brooklyn Film Festival on Sunday.
The two-hour documentary, which took Irish filmmaker Chris Kelly nine years to make, won the prestigious award alongside Indian film “An Insignificant Man” at a ceremony in New York.
“It’s a great feeling to see the film being…recognized after all of these years of work,” Mr. Kelly said.
“I hope that it gives the film a long life.”
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