Buddhism and Thai Cinema: Screening of Santi-Vina (Thavi Na Bangchang (‘Marut’), 1954)

We are excited to announce that the IGCCC will host a screening of Santi-Vina (Thavi Na Bangchang (‘Marut’), 1954) on Wednesday, 6 November.

Considered lost for almost 60 years, the first Thai film shot on 35mm in colour has been found and restored.

This occasion will be marked by introduction by Sanchai Chotirosseranee (Deputy Director of the Thai Film Archive) and post-screening discussion on Buddhism and Thai cinema with Dr Natthanai Prasannam (Assistant Professor, Department of Literature, Kasetsart University), Dr Rose Harris-Birtill (Post-doctoral researcher, School of English, University of St Andrews) and Dr Philippa Lovatt (Lecturer in Film Studies, University of St Andrews).

Join us in the Film Studies Boardroom on Wednesday, 6 November from 2pm. All welcome!