No Land

By Mai Praewa

Thailand | No dialogue | 2020 | 15 min 15 sec | G

 

No Land consists of three portraits that are distinct yet interrelated—a young woman who has left her hometown to take on an office job in the big city, her mother who labours as a homemaker, and her father who toils daily at an industrial site. Composed as a movement in three parts, the film is a poetic expression of the ways in which the individual environments in which modern society operates provide for and separate us.

No Land premiered at the Thai Short Film and Video Festival (2020).

This film is also available for online viewing in Singapore, during the festival period 2-25 July 2021.

Mai Praewa Choksathaporn (b. 1998, Thailand) is a filmmaker based in Bangkok. Her first experimental film, Passageway, was made in 2018 for the Bangkok 24 Hours project organised by her alma mater, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.

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