Films

Angkor, l'aventure du Baphuon

a film by Didier Fassio

 

A joint production by Cinétévé, Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient and C. TOUT COM ! International
Fabienne Servan Schreiber andLucie Pastor

With the participation of France Télévisions and Planète

Concealed in the tropical forest for hundreds of years, the Baphuon is one of the first monuments of the great city of Angkor to have been uncovered at the beginning of the twentieth century. It would take a century of restoration before the Baphuon "temple-mount" fully revealed the extraordinary technical ability and aesthetic sophistication of the Khmer civilization. A century of on-site work, punctuated by the often dramatic turns of Cambodian history. A century of uncertainties, but also unremitting dedication, on the part of a small handful of researchers and workers.

Host: CERIMES

EFEO News
Paris EFEO Seminar
Paris, France, 11 January 2021
Christophe Marquet (EFEO) speaks on: "Interroger les images populaires japonaises : Leroi-Gourhan versus Yanagi" [Questioning popular Japanese images: Leroi-Gourhan versus Yanagi]. This seminar is part of the sequence Images: objects and sources of the seminar ASIES of the master "Études Asiatiques".

From 10.30am to 12pm. The conference will take place online upon prior registration.
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Paris EFEO Seminar
Paris, France, 14 December 2020
Daniel Perret (EFEO) speaks on: "Réflexions sur le patrimoine archéologique du nord de Sumatra, IXe - XVIe siècle" [Reflections on the Archaeological Heritage of North Sumatra, 9th - 16th Century].

From 10.30am to 12pm. The conference will take place online upon prior registration.
Once registered you will receive the elements to log in (seminar link and password).

Legend: Ancient Muslim tomb of Barus, North Sumatra.


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Paris EFEO Seminar
Paris, France, 30 November 2020
On Monday 30 November, Catherine Scheer speaks on: "Soldats subalternes : le combat méconnu de montagnards bunongs sous la République Khmère (1970-75)".

From 10.30am to 12pm. The conference will take place online upon prior registration.

Drawing: Lucie Labbé

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Kyoto lectures
Kyoto, Japan, 20 November 2020
As part of the Kyoto lectures, Marco Tinello (University of Kanagawa) presents: "The Annexation of Ryukyu to Japan seen from a global perspective".

At 6 p.m. (Japan time). The conference will be broadcasted online via Zoom.

The password for logging in will be posted on the Kyoto Center's blog and ISEAS websites the day before.