Folk Tales in Loei Province Toward Creative Films

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Patthira Phon-ngam
Tanachon Chandruang


This research aimed to develop a creative film from the folklores in Bann Kheangplapok with the collaboration from relevant parties. Research and Development were applied. Qualitative data were collected by in-depth interviews, group dialogues, and discussions with the target groups including the community leaders, senior villagers, entrepreneurs, school directors, and parents form the Bann-Kheangplapok school and relevant parties. The results of the study found that Bann Kheangplapok has 9 folklores in terms of utilization. It is used to telling the story for youth development and community development, creative film development by the production of films called “Phi Mun Uoi Pui” (Mun Uoi Pui ghost). The production process was created from the community engagement of Kheang Pla Pok, nearby villages, and relevant parties.

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Phon-ngam, P., & Chandruang, T. (2020). Folk Tales in Loei Province Toward Creative Films. Journal of Cultural Approach, 21(40), 39–52. Retrieved from
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Patthira Phon-ngam, Loei Rajaphat university

Loei Rajaphat university Muang Loei  ,Loei provence


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