Hua-Lam-Pong
2004 / sound / color / Documentary / 12 min

Synopsis
In a busy station, an old man imperturbably takes photographs on a tripod. The station concourse of Hua-lam-pong. People are on their way through the space. An old man takes his time to put his camera on a tripod and then carefully frames what he sees. Coincidentally, or not, he in turn is spied on by a voyeuristic and nonchalantly-framing video camera. The man with the camera - in all his smallness, and ode to photography and the cinema.

Award
2004

Special White Elephant Award (First Prize for high-school students):
The 8th Thai Short Film & Video Festival, Thailand
Young Thai Artist Award 2004 (Special Mention for Film Category),
Siam Cement Group (SCG) Foundation, Thailand
Selected Film Festivals, Exhibitions, Screenings and Events
2005

The 34th International Film Festival Rotterdam 2005, S.E.A. Eyes Programme, The Netherlands
Luk-Ka-Pid-Luk-Ka-Perd: The Bangkok Invisible Landscapes
(In Between Project) , Thailand
2010 26th Hamburg International Short Film Festival, Germany
2011 Chiang Mai Now!: You Say You Want A Revolution Retrospective of Thai Independent Filmmakers - Chulayarnnon Siriphol's short films, 13th May 2011, Bangkok Art and Cultural Center (BACC), Bangkok, Thailand
Ghost Orb, 8 video works by Chulayarnnon Siriphol, 29 November - 25 December 2011, Eat Me Restaurant, Bangkok, Thailand
2012 FAAM Art Talk 2012 -Media Art in Southeast Asia, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan
2014 WILDTYPE MASTERCLASS 001 : FUCK ALLIGATOR A retrospective screening and talk with Chulayarnnon Siriphol, 27 September 2014, The Reading Room, Bangkok, Thailand