Sakulchai Sikitikul discusses his images capturing everyday scenes and finding the extraordinary in the mundane.
Photographer Samuel Cueto recalls photographing fringe communities in Bangkok, Phuket and Pattaya over several years, where he encountered gang members living on the margins of society.
Between the ’60s and ’80s, Thailand was given millions of US dollars to help fight communism. The result was dozens of movie theatres.
The filmmaker has spent 30 years exposing corruption in the country. But now, he’s turning his focus to a feature made, and set, outside Thailand.
The Kayan community – known for its controversial use of elongating neck rings – is facing an ‘ethical boycott’ in the mainstream media. But what do the locals actually think?
Thailand’s most committed Elvis impersonators perform together to honour the 39th anniversary of The King’s death.
The mythic fame of Thailand's Tong Daeng: the rags-to-riches mongrel who stole the hearts of a nation and is now at the forefront of a new wave of state censorship.
From protests against racism at the University of Missouri to the military rule in Thailand, 2015 was a diverse, important year for young activists.
We catch up with the Mad Max-esque creators of the festival scene's favourite big, fire-spitting bug shaman.