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Thai film to retell Tham Luang cave rescue drama

A Thai film retelling the dramatic story of the Tham Luang cave rescue operation will start filming in November, the Bangkok Post reported this morning. Titled “Nang Non” in Thai and “The Cave” in English, the film has been mounted by Tom Waller, a Thai filmmaker of Irish descent, who spoke to the Bangkok Post […]Read More

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12 companies interested in making films based on Tham Luang

At least 12 companies have so far shown interest in making movies or documentary based on the incredible rescue of the 12 Moo Pa Academy footballers and their coach from Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai’s Mae Sai district earlier this month, Culture Minister Vira Rojpojchanarat said today. He said the 12 companies made their […]Read More

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Lampang: Cop Caught Red-Handed Filming Up Student’s Skirt

LAMPANG — A policeman in the north was gently fined for filming up a student’s skirt inside a convenience store yesterday. After security camera footage from a 7-Eleven near Lampang Rajabhat University spread online Tuesday showing a man use his phone to film up a woman’s skirt as she was shopping, it didn’t take long […]Read More

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Horror Film May ‘Destroy’ Buddhism, Activists Warn

BANGKOK — Buddhist hardliners urged the Ministry of Culture today to censor an upcoming horror film that shows a Buddhist novice behaving in ways they find offensive. The film, “Arbat,” comes from media giant Sahamongkol Film International and is scheduled to open 15 Oct. According to the film’s promotional materials, its plot revolves around a […]Read More

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Thailand to up rebates to lure more foreign filmmakers

Thailand is hoping to become the setting for more motion pictures by paying larger rebates to international filmmakers. The Ministry of Tourism and Sports Ministry plans to seek cabinet approval to give back up to 20% of money spent in Thailand by overseas movie producers. Known as “incentives,” the rebates are a key tool used […]Read More