1. Route to Conflict. 10 min., in Thai with English subtitles, 2003. Produced by Network of Thai groups in Alliance Against the Thai-Malaysia Gas Pipeline.
2. Restless Shores. 20 min., in Tamil with English subtitles, 2003. Produced by Church of Sweden, Uppsala, Sweden. The film was screened at Film South Asia film festival, Kathmandu, Nepal 2003 (http://www.cultureunplugged.com/documentary/watch-online/play/7226/Restless-Shores).
3. Swidden Farming. 20 min., in Thai and English, June 2004. Produced by Chiang Mai University and Thailand’s Ministry of Agriculture.
4. Thailand case study for Green Invasion. 2005. Filmed and contributed the Thailand case study of about 20 mins. for the video “Green Invasion” by WRM about the impacts of large-scale tree plantations in the South.
5. What is water politics? 8 min., English, 2007. Producers: Po Garden and Rajesh Daniel. Produced by Unit for Social and Environmental Research, Chiang Mai University.
5. The Way to Learn: Another view from Thai children. 25 min., in Thai with English subtitles, 2007. Producers: Po Garden and Rajesh Daniel. Produced by Unit for Social and Environmental Research, Chiang Mai University.
6. The Mekong: Grounds of Plenty. 47 min., in English plus subtitled in 4 Mekong region languages, 2011. Produced by M-POWER and International Rivers (IR). The film was shown at the “Siirretyt (Displaced)” film festival organized by the Siemenpuu Foundation on 10-12 October 2011. (http://www.cultureunplugged.com/documentary/watch-online/play/7225/The-Mekong—Grounds-of-Plenty).
7. Xayaburi and Pöyry: What Lies Behind. 41 mins. in English with subtitles, August 2013. Produced by Siemenpuu Foundation, the film explores the dubious politics, bad science and conflict of interest behind engineering the Xayaburi dam in Lao PDR, the first dam being built on the man stream of the Lower Mekong River. (Watch it on Youtube: http://youtu.be/vSKZTYIY-ho.)