Bangkok Blues

Please log in to watch films (restrictions may apply)

  1. Extra

    Bangkok Blues

    Directed by

    Thailand

    2009

    20 min

    • Thai

    Drama

    Louis and his girlfriend Fern are on the rocks. He finds some secret messages she left hidden in the pages of his books. Louis drags his best friend Ananda over to Fern's apartment to confront her. He doesn't want to keep finding these messages years after they have broken up. But that is precisely why she left them there. A short film about preserving old memories.

    Festivals

    Credits

    Cast
    Ananda Everingham
    Louis Scott
    Cinematography
    Umpornpol Yugala
    Editing
    Patamanadda Yukol
    Lee Chatametikool
    Production
    AKANGA FILM ASIA
    Aditya Assarat

    Aditya Assarat

    Thailand

    Filmmaking is like sports. We need to practice it all the time in order to improve.

    Aditya Assarat was born in Bangkok. Thailand, in 1972. He left Thailand at the age of 15 to be educated in the United States. He studied History at New York University, and subsequently earned a master's degree in film production at the Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in 2000.

    His graduate thesis film, the 15-minute short MOTORCYCLE was screened at the Chicago International Film Festival, where it won a Gold Hugo award, the San Francisco International Film Festival, where it won a Golden Gate Award. It also won the R. D. Pestonji Award at the 2000 Thai Short Film and Video Festival and the Vision of Life Award at the 2000 Bangkok Film Festival. It was named best short film at the Aspen Shortsfest and the Shorts International Film Festival in New York City. Since, he's made short films like PLENG CHAT THAI (2011), ALL POWERFUL! (2014), and SUKHUMVIT (2017). He also contributed a segment to 10 YEARS THAILAND (2018).

    Selected Filmography