Chulayarnnon SIRIPHOL
(Thailand)

Chulayarnnon SIRIPHOL is a filmmaker and a video artist born in 1986, committed to exploring new possibilities in the creation of moving images. His works range from short films, experimental films, documentaries, to video installations, mixing personal and collective memories, documentary and fiction, reality and supernatural. Through these pieces, he questions the common belief in virtues and ideals by way of sarcasm, imagination, and his particular brand of humour. His short film Vanishing Horizon of the Sea won Special Mention at the 2014 Singapore International Film Festival. His other short films have been screened in various film festivals.

Filmography
100 Times Reproduction of Democracy
2019
Birth of Golden Snail
2019
The Internationale
2018
Golden Spiral
2018
Forget Me Not
2018
Ten Years Thailand
2018
Center of the Universe
2017
Insurgency by a Tapir
2016
Vanishing Horizon of the Sea
2014
Blinding
2014
Myth of Modernity
2014
A Cock Kills a Child by Pecking on the Mouth of an Earthen Jar
2013
Monk and Motorcycle Taxi Rider
2013
Planking
2012
A Brief History of Memory
2011
A Brief History of Memory
2010
Karaoke: Think Kindly
2009
Chulayarnnon
2008
9 Months Self-Portrait
2007
Ghost Orb
2007
Sleeping Beauty
2006
Golden Sand House
2005
Hua-Lam-Pong
2004

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