Cambodia’s Hollywood Dad

Scott Neeson was President at 20th Century Fox International and was bent on continuing his career with Sony Pictures. But a trip to Cambodia and what he saw on the Steung Meanchey garbage dump turned his life upside down.

A film crew from RT visited us recently and immersed themselves in the CCF community. The result is a fantastic documentary – an insight into Scott’s life, the work of CCF, and the struggles still facing those who live in Steung Meanchey.

You can see the full documentary below, or on the RT Documentary website.

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