I Open a Curtain to See a Dead Bird.

Status     : Script Development
Country  : Thailand


Three Thais scattering in three major cities – an actress struggling to stay afloat in the pompous Berlin art world, a mother in Bangkok whose country has failed to bring justice to her son’s death and a director who befriends a Thai immigrant in Singapore – are affected by the coincidental appearance of a dead bird on their balcony.


Puangsoi Aksornsawang graduated from the Department of Motion Pictures and Still Photography from Chulalongkorn University. Puangsoi began her career working as Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit’s assistant director, and received the Best Assistant Director Award by the Thai Film Director Association in 2013. Her debut feature “Nakorn-Sawan” won the Special Mention Prize from the Southeast Asian Film Lab 2016 and premiered at the Busan International Film Festival 2018.


Pom Bunsermvicha graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Modern Culture & Media Studies. Her short films have competed at film festivals locally and abroad. Since 2015, she has concentrated her efforts in aiding the growth of independent cinema through her work with SEAFIC and Purin Pictures in Southeast Asia.
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