Vera & Donald Blinken Open Society Archives
The collection contains 40 raw and edited television news reports, background material, and documentaries made between 1974 and 1998, on the four-year Khmer Rouge dictatorship under Pol Pot, which left between 1 and 4 million Cambodians dead. Materials include documentaries on the life and rule of Pol Pot, atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge, a UNHCR film on Khao I Dang, once the largest refugee camp in the world, and a documentary film that contains rare archival images of work camps and Khmer Rouge propaganda films. There are also reports and raw footage of human rights abuses and activism.
Part of the International Monitor Institute Genocide Archive.