UNSPOKEN WAR

German Age Rating

Centered around the lives of a sustainable fisherwoman, a trawler and a patrol officer, this film shows the impact of trawling on the lives of a local fishing community in Cambodia and its marine ecosystem.



  • Duration: 16 Min.

  • Film School: LCA, Puttnam School of Film & Animation / LASALLE College of the Arts

Also in this Program:
A WALK
ATTACHED
FLOOD
CLIMATE CLIPS: OUT OF SIGHT
CLIMATE CLIPS: THE MEETING
CLIMATE CLIPS: DAS EIS SCHMILZT

tags: Work, Documentary, Nature, Environment

Credits

Director of Photography: Javeus Toh Zuan Hao

Film Editor: Jonathan Jude Chirstee

Sound: Javeus Toh Zuan Hao, Chok Shu Ying

Producer: Stacia Teoh Yi Kyi

Director: Javeus Toh Zuan Hao

biography

Javeus Toh was born in Singapore in 1992. His passion for documentaries began at a young age. Learning to scuba dive gave him a deeper understanding of marine life and the damage that man can inflict on his environment. This inspired him to investigate such issues through the use of his films, in the hope of increasing awareness among his audiences.

Screenings

Wednesday, 11/21/2018, 5:00 PM (79 Min.)
Filmmuseum
Friday, 11/23/2018, 10:00 PM (79 Min.)
Filmmuseum