(The website is setup in French but a PDF link is available on the website with English translation).
The talented French web documentary crew visited us earlier in 2014 and have produced amazing footage for a web documentary as they tracked Kampuchea Balopp and the development of Grassroots rugby in Cambodia as well as looking at the national team and women’s rugby in the Kingdom!
FrapaDoc Productions is a film production company specializing in producing reports and web-documentaries. It was formed in 2013 following the meeting of Gaspard d’Ornano, Maxime Morin and Matthew Boutitie, graduates in journalism. Bound by their common interest in world cultures, human adventures and social and civic initiatives, they chose to make those themes the editorial core of FrapaDoc.
After becoming aware of KB’s social and educational project through a chance encounter Frapadoc visited Cambodia and independently filmed the work of Kampuchea Balopp on the development of rugby in Cambodia.
Two short trailer videos are available online for everyone to see now; one is a small glimpse of what Kampuchea Balopp does:
The second trailer video focuses on Women’s rugby in Cambodia which Kampuchea Balopp helps develop.
The crowd funding project has been launched officially as of Monday 21st July and will run for 2 months with the goal of raising $15,000. $5,000 dollars will be donated to Kampuchea Balopp to help sustain its program & the remaining $10,000 will cover the production costs for making this film. More importantly the excellent footage well help Kampuchea Balopp raise its profile and reach a larger international audience by having the web documentary available online.
We need your help, to spread the message and Indiegogo link to make this project a success. Everyone from Rugby Clubs, Rugby Unions and Federations, Businesses, Individuals, everyone can support this initiative.
For more information, please do get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org