Great yoga classes for your lunch break!
Think you do not have time for class and to get lunch? No problem! Just take a look at the menu at our reception and place your order before class and your delicious healthy meal will be delivered by ARTillery Cafe by the end of class. You can relax and eat in our beautiful yard or take it back to the office.
Mondays: 12.15- 13.30 - Slow Flow Yoga, a class for all abilities to stretch out, relax and refresh.
Tuesdays: 12.15- 13.30- Slow Flow Yoga, a class for all abilities to stretch out, relax and refresh.
Wednesdays: 12.15- 13.15- YogAbs/YogButt, a yoga class for all levels with an emphasis on strengthening and toning the tum and bum. This class includes Pilates type exercises along with Yoga Asana.
Thursdays: 12.15- 13.30- Slow Flow Yoga, a class for all abilities to stretch out, relax and refresh.
Fridays: 12.15-13.30- Sweat & Samadhi a flow style yoga class which will improve strength as well as flexibility, balance and posture.
See www.yogaphnompenh.com for schedule.
Hailed by Michael Moore as “one of the best documentaries about a band that I’ve ever seen” and by Pitchfork as “the funniest, most meta music movie since SPINAL TAP,” MISTAKEN FOR STRANGERS is a truly hilarious and touching film about two brothers, Matt and Tom Berninger.
Matt, the lead singer of the critically acclaimed rock band The National, finally finds himself flush with success.
His younger brother Tom is a loveable slacker – a filmmaker and metal-head still living with his parents in Cincinnati. On the eve of The National’s biggest tour to date, Matt invites Tom to work for the band as a roadie, unaware of Tom’s plan to film the entire adventure.
What starts as a rock documentary quickly becomes a crowd-pleasing journey about family, ambition, and the creative process.
Alternately hilarious, cringe-inducing, inspiring, depressing, stupid and profoundly intelligent. – ASSOCIATED PRESS
“Mistaken for Strangers” is, like its maker, scruffy, undisciplined and eager to be loved. The big surprise is how easy it is to comply. – NEW YORK TIMES
(80 mins, documentary, comedy, music)
Cambodian virgins' trade, rampant and thrust underground, is making investigations almost impossible. UK director Matthew Watson’s documentary CAMBODIA: THE VIRGINITY TRADE (2009, 60mins) is the compelling and utterly alarming account of the lives of girls and women affected by this crime. Many Asian men believe that obtaining a virgin girl for sex will grant them extra health and luck. What is wrong with them?
Set in contemporary London, a story of passion, drama, love, and abandonment involving four strangers–their chance meetings, instant attractions and casual betrayals.
Smart-but-ineffectual journalist Dan “We use euphemisms!” cannot decide between his girlfriend, loving-but-clingy waitress Alice, or his lover cold-but-intellectual photographer Anna; herself indecisive between Dan and honest-but-thuggish “You’re bloody gorgeous!” doctor Larry.
The film, as Tarantino might put it, puts the four leading characters in a box and strips them apart.
“Vibrates with eroticism, bruising laughs and dynamite performances from four attractive actors doing decidedly unattractive things.” – ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE
“Closer has lots to offer: smart performances, archly funny dialogue and a feeling for the way a group of strangers can become so familiar that they’re apt to rip one another to shreds.” – TIME MAGAZINE
(104 mins, drama, romance)
Cambodian Living Arts brings the weekly The Children of Bassac performance at the National Museum, every Friday.
Led by Master Ieng Sithul, one of Cambodia’s most well-known traditional singers and performers, The Children of Bassac are a dynamic group of young dancers who come from Phnom Penh’s Bassac slum area.
Ticket price: $15/person, $15/person for 10 or more, $6/person for children under 12
All of the proceeds go to these young artists and the master artists who teach the group.
In a dark, northern city in the late 1970s, five dreamers built a record label (Factory);,3 classic bands (Joy Division, New Order and Happy Mondays) and Britain’s first super club (The Hacienda). Led by Tony Wilson, they created a unique collision between conceptual art and street music.
FACTORY RECORDS – FROM JOY DIVISION TO HAPPY MONDAYS (2007, 90 min) tells the story of how a TV presenter (Wilson), an out of work actor (Alan Erasmus), an art student (Peter Saville), a DJ (Rob Gretton) and an aspiring record producer (Martin Hannett) pioneered Britain’s independent pop culture, imagined a new Manchester, and blew a shed-load of money.
Featuring an extensive interview with Factory’s creative genius Anthony Wilson who sadly died Friday 10 August 2007, the BBC production celebrates the triumph, tragedy and human comedy that was Factory and is a fitting tribute to Wilson’s contribution to British pop culture and to Manchester.
Soon, the world population is trapped inside buildings. As Barcelona descends into chaos, Marc sets off on a quest to find Julia, his missing girlfriend, without ever going outside.
This is an independent Spanish thriller and the film-maker really paid attention to details, cast performance is rock solid specially Coronado’s and the pacing is perfect. We need more European made catastrophic movies!
(100 mins, adventure, sci-fi, thriller, screening with English subtitles)
Valentin (Eugenio Derbez) is Acapulco’s resident playboy-until a former fling leaves a baby on his doorstep and takes off without a trace.
Valentin leaves Mexico for Los Angeles to find the baby’s mother, but only ends up finding a new home for himself and his newfound daughter, Maggie (Loreto Peralta).
An unlikely father figure, Valentin raises Maggie for six years, while also establishing himself as one of Hollywood’s top stuntmen to pay the bills, with Maggie acting as his on-set coach.
As Valentin raises Maggie, she forces him to grow up too. But their unique and offbeat family is threatened when Maggie’s birth mom shows up out of the blue, and Valentin realizes he’s in danger of losing his daughter – and his best friend.
There’s a lot of movie here with unexpected developments, held together by the irresistible chemistry between Derbez and his adorable pint-sized co-star. – LOS ANGELES TIMES
Derbez, who also directed the film, gives the movie a strong core through his expressive face. – FRESNO BEE
(122 mins, comedy, drama, screening with English subtitles)
Sydney Schanberg is a New York Times journalist covering the civil war in Cambodia. Together with local representative Dith Pran, they cover some of the tragedy and madness of the war, in Phnom Penh.
When the American forces leave, Dith Pran sends his family with them, but stays behind himself to help Schanberg cover the event. As an American, Schanberg won't have any trouble leaving the country, but the situation is different for Pran; he's a local, and the Khmer Rouge are moving in.
The Killing Fields is a suspenseful and exhilarating experience, a journey through an apocalyptic landscape that features one shocking image after another. Watch, and you'll see why the film is so acclaimed and a must-see for everybody in Cambodia; locals as visitors.
(141 minutes, biography, drama, history)
Married at 19, the brightest star of the post-punk scene at 22, dead at 23. The life of Joy Division's Ian Curtis is the stuff of rock mythology – and a much talked-about feature film CONTROL (2008, 122 min). Star photographer Anton Corbijn was one of the few people to know Joy Division's Ian Curtis. His directorial debut film is a work of art, thanks to its evocative black and white cinematography and sensational performances from Sam Riley and Samantha Morton. Even those not familiar with Joy Division can still appreciate the beauty of the film.
There's an entire generation out there who missed out on the pops and hisses of album listening, not to mention the awesome cover art that's a lot more impressive than the digitized postage stamps you see when you play a song on your iPod.
Join our VINYL MANIA DJ NIGHT, featuring many new records from Dr. WahWah and DJ Nicomatic on the turntables. They’ll spin funky disco, house and dance.
Professional Photographer Michael Klinkhamer is leading a casual-high learning curve photography workshop-tour in Phnom Penh.
During the 4-hour tour you will learn to set your camera for optimum results and discover Phnom Penh City with your camera.
This photo workshop is designed to make you a better photographer.
1/2 day from 13.30 until 17.15pm from $65 per person. Duration: Approx 4,5 hours.
Full day from 9.30am until 17.15 pm $125,- p.p.
Includes all transportation by stand-by tuk-tuk-optional ferry ride fees and waters.
For Bookings Call: +855 (0) 60873847
Organized by: Cambodia Photo Tours