Davy chou's diamond island will hold its United States premiere at New York's new directors/new films
DIAMOND ISLAND, by Khmer-French director Davy CHOU, will hold its United States Premiere at the 46th edition of the prestigious New Directors/New Films Festival, organized in New York City by the Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center, on 25 March 2017.
NEW YORK, NY, USA—Cambodian film production company Anti-Archive is proud to announce that DIAMOND ISLAND, the first narrative feature film from Khmer-French director Davy CHOU, will hold its United States Premiere at the 46th installment of the prestigious New Directors/New Films Festival, which begins this week on 15 March 2017. The film will be screened on 25 March at the Museum of Modern Art’s Titus 2 Cinema and on 26 March at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater. The film was produced by Charlotte VINCENT of Aurora Films (France) and co-produced by Davy CHOU, Steve CHEN, and Kavich NEANG of Anti-Archive (Cambodia).