“Morin Khuur” short film was screened for the first time to the spectators of Thailand and the ASEAN region during the “Bangkok ASEAN Film Festival,” organized annually by the Ministry of Culture of Thailand. “Moring khuur” screening event, organized at the S.F.World Cinema, the Central Plaza, was attended by H.E. Mrs. Yuthika Isarangkura, Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Culture, and other officials, film enthusiasts Bangkok.
The film shows a nomadic style of life, its tradition, and the present effect of climate change. Bangkok ASEAN Film Festival has been organized annually since 2015, and the seventh Festival is held this year.
Mr. Kong Rithdee, Deputy Director of the Thai Film Archive, shared his views and thoughts about the film and moderated the “Screening and talk” discussion after the screening. H.E. Mr. Tumur Amarsanaa, Ambassador of Mongolia, talked about the cinema industry of Mongolia and the newly adopted law on Supporting Cinematography during this discussion. Mr. Panu Aree, Director of Acquisitions, Sahamongkol Film International Group, who participated in the discussion, noted that the “Mongolian Cinematogrphy was a new phenomenon for the Thai public, and Mongolian film producers could have a good opportunity to introduce their works in Thailand.”