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Thriving and surviving, Bangkok is booming. Here are our picks of interesting stuff coming up.


Dance to All the Top-Tier Trance at Transmission

BANGKOK — The month of March will prove fortuitous for trance-lovers, as renowned and rising DJs alike will come together for one night to submerge revelers in a hypnotic rave.

Parallel But Ever Apart, Worlds Clash Through Body Movement

BANGKOK — A performing artist portrays the essence of a parallel universe through body movement and expression in a work launching Friday.

4 Ears & Eyes: Berlin A/V Team Coming to Teach, Party

BANGKOK — They’re the DJs who do videos for every track they play.

Award-Winning Films From Canada and the Philippines to Screen in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Tragedy, justice and community intersect uneasily in a drama described as one of Canada’s best films which will screen Monday at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand.

Pay Tribute to Prince at a Pair of Events

BANGKOK — "Life is just a party, and parties weren't meant 2 last ... so if I gotta die I'm gonna listen 2 my body tonight," was Prince's advice to a distressed world.

Explore Chile and Its Tragic Past in ‘Pearl Button’ at BACC

BANGKOK — See the visually enchanting volcanoes, glaciers and mountains of Chile and learn about its dark past through “The Pearl Button” (2015).

Bristol Boys ‘Blonde’ Bring Summer Deep House to RCA Saturday

BANGKOK — A British deep house duo is making its way to the city for a special Saturday summer night.

Snowden and Info Vigilantes on Screen This Weekend

BANGKOK — When Laura Poitras turned the story of her reporting on Edward Snowden into a documentary, she and her fellow filmmakers were sued by a retired military officer for causing “irreparable damage to the safety of the American people.” Worse for Snowden, who’s been unable to return home for fear of imprisonment.

Indie Doc Follows Afghan Journos at FCCT

BANGKOK — When the crush of hard news from a hard world closes in, dystopian fantasies of Hunger Games or The Lobster can leave audiences still hungry.



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