Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit admits he's an impatient person.
"I just want to get my film to the viewers as soon as possible," he says. So with 36, his 68-minute relationship movie that touches on melancholic memories and old buildings, Nawapol attempts a release model that may set a precedent: He decided to bypass the conventional channel of movie theatres and rents a room at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) to screen his movie.
To draw people, he uses a steadfast, tireless social media campaign, especially Facebook, and though things are never smooth for indie film-makers, the result is worth the sweat.
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