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  • CE Bessa
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    Hello,

    I will be in Bangkok this May 2-5 for scouting both Bangkok and going over to Burma for same. I was a producer on a film that shot in Kanchanaburi back in ’99. Liked my time there very much.

    Looking for a 1920’s circa Thai village for current project. Any thoughts?

    Thanks,

    Edwin

    please feel free to contact us at nicholas@indochinaproductions.com

    we have extensive experience in both myanmar and also thailand

    http://www.indochinaproductions.com
    https://vimeo.com/user9657160


    Gay Lombard
    Member

    Hi Edwin,
    Please feel free to contact us, we specialize in guerrilla-style shoots and can offer you a number of location options: amour@productioninc.com http://www.productioninc.com


    Gay Lombard
    Member

    Hi Edwin,
    Please feel free to contact us, we specialize in guerrilla-style shoots and can offer you a number of location options: amour@productioninc.com http://www.productioninc.com


    Agron Domi
    Member

    Hi Edwin,

    Feel free to contact me: shaka@indigoproduction.com

    Our website: http://www.indigoproduction.com

    Please could you forward a brief and I can forward to my EPs in Bangkok.

    Look forward to hearing from you,

    Shaka


    Eric Brown
    Member

    Hi Edwin
    there are several types of Thai village depending on which are or look you want they vary in different parts of Thailand. While in Myanmar the locations are more virgin but difficult for production and budgetary control….. have to weigh pros and cons.
    Happy to talk with you check our website http://www.agrandelephant.com or drop me a line

    pak@agrandelephant.com

    Looking forward to hearing from you

    Pak Chaisana
    Managing Director / Executive Producer
    A Grand Elephant Production

    Hello Edwin

    Welcome back to Thailand.

    The two most common view of a Thai village in 1920’s would be

    1. Near the river with few huts clustered tight together.

    2. A floating village, with transportation on the boats.

    There are few locations around Kanchanaburi and Central Thailand that still retain a similar close look to the image 1 I had attached of a Thai Village in early 1900’s

    However, if you describe more of what exactly you are looking for, we will be able to suggest you more locations that matches your needs.

    Please send us an email to contact@benetonefilms.com and we will get back to you immediately.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Regards
    Kevin
    Benetone Films
    http://www.benetonefilms.com
    contact@benetonefilms.com


    Fon Paing
    Member

    Hi Edwin,

    Please feel free to contact us. We can help you with your location and production needs.

    Email: info@greenlight.co.th
    Website: http://www.greenlight.co.th
    Phone: +66 877 197281- Les Nordhauser (Managing Director)


    Peter Keydel
    Member

    there’s actually already made set of old Thai Village 1900’s in some of the movie studio here in Bangkok.

    Hi Edwin,

    I am Stella from safari films, company based in Thailand and Australia.
    Please feel free to email me at heat_1004@hotmail.com for more information.
    Will be glad to help with locations in Thailand.

    Thank you

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