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New Year Baby
The filmmaker’s site includes a photo gallery and blog.

Khmer Legacies
Founded by filmmaker Socheata Poeuv, Khmer Legacies is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve the history of the Cambodian genocide.

Cinevue: In-Soo Radstake Interviews Socheata Poeuv
Read a 2007 interview with the filmmaker of NEW YEAR BABY.

The Khmer Rouge and Genocide Survivors

PBS.org: FRONTLINE/World: Cambodia: Pol Pot’s Shadow
A FRONTLINE/World reporter finds a former Khmer Rouge commander living at liberty in the country he helped destroy.

BBC News: Key Figures in the Khmer Rouge
This November 2007 article profiles the surviving Khmer Rouge leaders currently detained under the United Nations-backed genocide tribunal in Cambodia.

Yale University: Cambodian Genocide Program
Since 1994, the Cambodian Genocide Program has been helping to determine who was responsible for the crimes of the Pol Pot regime.

The Dith Pran Holocaust Awareness Project
Founded by genocide survivor and journalist Dith Pran, the subject of the film The Killing Fields who passed away in March 2008 and was instrumental in exposing the crimes of the Khmer Rouge regime to the world.

Fathom.com: Cambodia Genocide: Memories From Tuol Sleng Prison
View haunting photographs and read an interview with the former photographer at Phnom Penh’s S-21 Prison, the notorious torture and interrogation center during the Khmer Rouge years.

Documentation Center of Cambodia
The Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) has been at the forefront of documenting the myriad crimes and atrocities of the Khmer Rouge era.

Cambodian History and Politics

BBCNews.com: Profile: Hun Sen
A profile of controversial Cambodian prime minister and former Khmer Rouge soldier Hun Sen.

Thai-Cambodian Border Refugee Camps
Information on the refugee camps that housed thousands of Cambodian genocide survivors, run by a former camp employee.

Cambodian Americans

PBS.org: Independent Lens: REFUGEE
Three young Cambodian American men travel to Cambodia to meet fathers and siblings for the first time.

PBS.org: P.O.V.: The Flute Player
Cambodian musician Arn Chorn-Pond was just a boy when the Khmer Rouge took power in 1975. Learn more about Arn’s life and work.

PBS.org: Independent Lens: SENTENCED HOME
The stories of Cambodian American families struggling to stay together in the face of unjust immigration laws and ongoing deportations.

Sources

The Film

Global Policy Forum: Special Tribunal for Cambodia

International Herald Tribune: Cambodian tribunal rejects Khmer Rouge official’s appeal against detention

Khmer Rouge

BBC News: Cambodia’s Brutal Khmer Rouge Regime

BBC News: Cambodia: Masters of the Killing Fields

BBC News: Key Figures in the Khmer Rouge

Yale University: Cambodian Genocide Program

New York Times: Pol Pot’s Demise Does Not Bring Closure

PBS.org: FRONTLINE/World: Cambodia: Pol Pot’s Shadow

DithPran.org: The Cambodian Killing Fields

Fathom.com: Cambodia Genocide: Memories From Tuol Sleng Prison

Pol Pot Biography

ZNet.com: Bombs Over Cambodia

Southeast Asia Timeline

PBS.org: FRONTLINE/World: Cambodia: Pol Pot’s Shadow

ZNet.com: Bombs Over Cambodia

Cambodian Genocide Program: Chronology, 1994–2004

NYTimes.com: The Khmer Rouge and Cambodia: A Chronology

BBCNews.com: Profile: Hun Sen

International Herald Tribune: Cambodian tribunal rejects Khmer Rouge official’s appeal against detention

A Vietnam War Timeline

PBS.org: American Experience: Vietnam Online: Timeline

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