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Our young finalists were the stars of the evening when their 16 films premiered at the #WhyStop Short Film Awards!


At a red carpet event at Major Cineplex by cellcard, the VIP audience was captivated by the caliber of entries and the talent of our filmmakers – several of whom had never made a film before!


The #WhyStop Short Film competition received entries from all over Cambodia – the work of more than 1,000 young men and women, all aged between 15 and 29. Once the final 16 films had been selected, the skill of their storytelling and the power of their messages left the audience in no doubt: this generation will ensure that sexual harassment stops here!


Watch all 16 finalist films, and see if you agree with our judges’ decision – it was a tough choice. Then see who the public voted as their favourite to receive the Audience Choice Award. This winner was announced on International Human Rights Day, 10 December 2016.

'7 colours underwear'

‘The day it happened’


'Your 7 reasons'

'Who ties and who unties'

'It's no joke'

 'We do stop'

'The formula to stop

 sexual harassment'

'The sound'





'Sexual harassment at the community baths'


'Interviews by Mr.Case'

'If she's your sister'

'Tourists against sexual harassment'

CARE's work to end violence against women in Cambodia is funded by the UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women and the Australian Government.  

The #WHYSTOP Short Film Competition is managed by GoodMorningBeautifulFilms for CARE Cambodia. This campaign is made possible with funding from the UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women and the Australian Government. #WHYSTOP is also sponsored by Major Cineplex by cellcard, Sabay News and Sony

Photo credits: CARE/GMBFilms

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