A French-Cambodian co-production will bring to the big screen an adaptation of “The Gate,” Francois Bizot’s memoir of his imprisonment under the Khmer Rouge, the French Embassy said on Friday. The book will be brought to the big screen by two major directors, Rithy Panh and Regis Wargnier, the embassy said in a statement.* Mr. Panh is a French-Cambodian film director who won the Un Certain Regard prize at the Cannes film festival this year with a film that shows the barbarities committed during the Khmer Rouge era through clay figures. His co-director, Mr. Wargnier, directed the Oscar-winning film
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