NEWS

KHAOSOD ENGLISH
June 20, 2014
"BANGKOK — Thai police have arrested a man who admitted to trafficking young Burmese children to sell flowers to foreign tourists in one of Bangkok′s most popular tourist locales."

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VICE NEWS
November 3, 2014
"Despite Khaosan's party-hard, R-rated feel, a troupe of children-some as young as five-can be seen trailing the tourists as they move from one watering hole to the next. The Khaosan kids show up when the party starts and stay until the bars close. They're here to sell roses, yet contrary to what most tourists assume, they aren't from Thailand and the money they make doesn't go to their families."

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25,000 SUNRISES
"If you walk on Khaosan Road, you can choose to see a place that’s kind of gross and grimy and fun. Or if you look a little harder, there is this “invisible” slavery in plain sight."

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AISCH TALK
Watch (1:18) Director Rachel Kessler's talk after a screening of 20 BAHT at the American International School Chennai.

SCREENINGS
*October 21st, 2015 - ATLANTA SHORTSFEST
Best Local Short
Gold Spotlight Short Film Award

*October 25th, 2015 - SAN JOSE INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

*January 30th 2016 - KVIS FILM SERIES

*March 4th, 2016 - AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL CHENNAI