Author: Jason Rosette

Articles Written by Jason Rosette:

Filmmaker's Journal: Crowd Funding in Cambodia

I’ve been working in Southeast Asia since 2005, primarily in Cambodia, but also with time spent in Thailand and Vietnam, as an independent film media maker and practitioner for the past six-plus years. I’m a freelancer. I don’t work on staff for any NGO or organization, but I’m hired at times to make media projects… Read more »

Filmmaker's Journal: Far East

Jason Rosette made two films in the U.S.—Bookwars and Susan Hero—before moving to Southeast Asia. His original plan was to travel a bit and learn how to teach English as a second language. But on a stopover in Cambodia, Rosette found himself infatuated with the country and its people. And since the once-troubled nation lost… Read more »

Filmmaker's Journal: So Much for Taking a Break

In 2007, an article in the New York Times hailed Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia, as “the next Prague.” Soon thereafter, every footloose hipster in the West seemed to home in on the place. But the city they found was a far cry from “the next Prague.” It is still too alien to… Read more »