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San Joaquin International Film Festival headliner explores Cambodian struggle

Stockton-raised filmmaker used mother’s stories to inspire movie

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Posted: Saturday, December 28, 2013 12:00 am

For a world-class film festival, movie fans only have to drive to Stockton this January.

The seventh annual San Joaquin International Film Festival will be held on the first weekend of 2014. Stockton-raised filmmaker Kalyanee Mam will open the festival with her internationally-acclaimed and Sundance-winning film “A River Changes Course.”

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