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‘Love and Other Matters’ is now part of Myanmar’s national cultural heritage

In 2015, together with the Yangon Film School and Colors Rainbow, we produced Love and Other Matters (Directed by Su Su Hlaing). This highly appreciated and often screened documentary introduces seven very different LGBTI+ people living in Myanmar. It is a warm and humorous documentary about that most human aspect we all share: the desire to love and be loved and accepted. The Yangon Film School has just celebrated its READ MORE

Great Photography from Cambodia

The photography production Diversity in family live in rural Cambodia  (a project developed together with Sa Sa Arts project’s photographer Prum Ero and RoCK) can now be seen on our website: click here. Many thanks to the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the EU-mission and U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh for their support. READ MORE

A great article about the Lotus Sports Club team on Southeast Asia Globe

The players and coach of the Lotus Sports Club team are interviewed, resulting in a great article about this remarkable team and about the situation of LGBTI in Cambodia. Southeast Asia Globe reaches a big audience. For the article: click here. READ MORE

Third LGBTI Documentary Night at the Dutch embassy in Bangkok, 14 February 2020.

Third LGBTI Documentary Night at the Dutch embassy in Bangkok, 14 February 2020. In co-production with the Dutch Embassy we organised a great 3rd LGBTI documentary event and we had a full house (the gardens) with 250 guests on Valentines day 2020. We got very positive reactions about the program and the speakers Tanwarin Sukkhapisit (Thailand’s first transgender Member of the Parliament end film producer) and Sanchai Chotirosseranee (Depity Director READ MORE

Save the date: LGBTIQ+ Documentary events in Phnom Penh, 10 and 11 December

We were in Phnom Penh to organise LGBTIQ+ documentary events, which will take place on 10 and 11 December 2019 in the evening at Java Creative Café. We will screen various short documentaries from Southeast Asia and The Netherlands. The events are offered by the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Document Our History Now, in close cooperation of RoCK Cambodia and Java Creative Café.        The 10th and 11th of December will have the same READ MORE

Update Lotus Sports Club

The Kickstarter crowdfunding for Lotus Sports Club was successful. To all who contributed: many thanks again !! We have now a budget to start the post production phase and to produce a ‘rough cut’ of the documentary. We are still looking for extra funds to make it to a ‘final cut’. If you have any tips or contacts for us in this regards, please let us know. For more information and the inspiring trailer READ MORE

Document Our History Now network event on 9 June

Uitnodiging Document Our History Now netwerk evenement 9 juni Beste vriend van Document Our History Now, Dear friend of Document Our History Now (text in English below), Met veel genoegen uitnodigen we je uit voor het DOHN-netwerk evenement op zondag 9 juni tussen 14.00 en 17.00 uur op het adres Bilderdijkkade 50 E13 in Amsterdam. Tijdens het evenement stellen we je op de hoogte van de recente activiteiten van DOHN, met de nadruk READ MORE

Succesful Documentary Event in Bangkok Thailand

The LGBTIQ+ documentary night at the Dutch embassy in Bangkok was a great succes with over 200 guests. Document Our History Now organised and moderated this event in close cooperation with OutBKK and the Dutch embassy in their lush gardens on 7 February 2019. We programmed 4 documentaries and there were interesting introductions by the Dutch ambassador Kees Rade, Human Rights Commissioner Anghkana Neelapaijit, Film producer June Watsamon and LGBTIQ+ activist READ MORE

Annual and Financial report 2018 and Privacy policy

On our website you can now read our: Annual report 2018 Financial report 2018 Privacy policy READ MORE

Photography from Bangladesh

Gender Diversity We came in contact with Royal in 2017. In that year he had an exhibition in a gallery in Amsterdam. Because of personal reasons he could not come over for the vernissage and missed his first visit to Amsterdam. Royal is a nickname, since being an openly LGBTI activist or artist can be dangerous in Bangladesh. Royal was invited to show his work at the World Aids Conference in READ MORE