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Interview with Sreylin Meas: Maybe the perspective of the people who have power is not the same as ours.

Interview with Sreylin Meas:  Maybe  the perspective of the people who have power is not the same as ours.

Sreylin Meas began her career in filmmaking as a film crew member in 2009. She has since worked on film and television productions, and “California Dreaming” is her first short film.

On the occasion of “California Dreaming” screening at Osaka Asian Film Festival, we talk with her about Anti-Archive, the inspiration behind the film and the title, the place of women in Cambodian society, and many other topics.

Can you tell us a bit about Anti-archive and how you got involved in it?

Anti-Archive was created among close friends who love making films so we can easily find funds to produce films. The goal is to make films that we want to make. I got involved with Anti-Archive even before it begun, through friends I had worked with on previous projects and who, then later, created the company.

What was the inspiration behind California Dreaming and how did you come up with the particular title?

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