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…

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Monkey Dancers on national TV


Everybody loved it. The Monkey Dance, a dance based on a Cambodian legend called the Reamker in which monkeys fight evil, is a specialty of the boys from CCF6. Every time they brought their traditional rendition of the dance to perform on any of CCF’s stages, in front of any audience, be it friends or…

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Heather Graham gives CCF an airing on NBC’s Today program


Heather Graham, famous for her roles in films like “Boogie Nights” and “Lost in Space,” and a devoted supporter of CCF recently appeared on NBC’s Today program talking about her role in the just-launched movie “Judy Moody and the Not Bum¬mer Sum¬mer” in a lively interview during which she shared her passion for CCF and…

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