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A podcast show for movie lovers with exclusive stories from behind-the-scenes of Filming in Thailand.

Join us as we delve into the vibrant Thai film industry, featuring a diverse range of content from both local and international filmmakers. In each episode, we explore the mesmerizing landscapes, unique storytelling styles, and cultural nuances showcased in the hundreds of movies, series and documentaries produced in Thailand every year, through the eyes of our guests, Award winning directors, actors and producers.

From critically acclaimed dramas to thrilling action-packed blockbusters, thought-provoking documentaries to binge-worthy series, we leave no stone unturned.
Through insightful interviews with actors, actresses, directors, and producers, we unravel the behind-the-scenes magic that brings these productions to life. Hear firsthand accounts of the creative process, challenges faced, and the passion that drives these talented individuals.

Hosted by STEPHANE LAMBERT
Recorded at TERO RADIO studio in Bangkok, Thailand
Produced by Wishtrend Thailand for a Podcast Company
Presented by TERO Creative Lab

www.filminginthailand.com

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A podcast show for movie lovers with exclusive stories from behind-the-scenes of Filming in Thailand.

Join us as we delve into the vibrant Thai film industry, featuring a diverse range of content from both local and international filmmakers. In each episode, we explore the mesmerizing landscapes, unique storytelling styles, and cultural nuances showcased in the hundreds of movies, series and documentaries produced in Thailand every year, through the eyes of our guests, Award winning directors, actors and producers.

From critically acclaimed dramas to thrilling action-packed blockbusters, thought-provoking documentaries to binge-worthy series, we leave no stone unturned.
Through insightful interviews with actors, actresses, directors, and producers, we unravel the behind-the-scenes magic that brings these productions to life. Hear firsthand accounts of the creative process, challenges faced, and the passion that drives these talented individuals.

Hosted by STEPHANE LAMBERT
Recorded at TERO RADIO studio in Bangkok, Thailand
Produced by Wishtrend Thailand for a Podcast Company
Presented by TERO Creative Lab

www.filminginthailand.com

    exposing my Boobs on stage vs. Ricky's ass recalls an embarrassed SONIA COOLING in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand

    exposing my Boobs on stage vs. Ricky's ass recalls an embarrassed SONIA COOLING in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand

    Exposing my Boobs on stage vs. Ricky's ass recalls an embarrassed SONIA COOLING  in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand
    Sonia Couling nickname Pim is a Thai model, actress and television personality. She has appeared in many Thai films and TV shows, been a VJ for MTV Asia, been a host for HBO Asia and has produced and hosted Thailand's Next Top Model in 2005. Pim has also acted in Hollywood and French productions.
    Sonia started her modeling career in a Seven Up advertisement when she was 13.[2][5][6][7] While attending boarding school and university in the UK, she worked with Storm modeling agency in London.
    Once back in Asia she settled into a supermodel role,[7] she has been the face of beauty products over Asia,[3] like L'Oreal Asia, Olay Asia, Nivea Visage, Eucerin, 1st Asian Ambassador for Rado watches, Clairol Worldwide and plenty more.
    In 1998 Pim became VJ for MTV Asia, based in Singapore. She was the first Thai woman to .[7][8][9]
    In 1999 Pim was voted Thailand's sexiest woman by FHM.[5] The UK magazine FHM chose her as number one sexiest woman in Thailand and second in Asia and 10 sexiest women in the world.[10] In 2016 she was chosen as the most beautiful Thai actress.[11][12]
    In 2002 she won Best Actress in a Lead Role at the TV Gold Awards (Thai television awards) for her performance as Phitawan Satchamat in Thai TV series Maya [th] (2001).[13][14]
    Sonia also works behind the cameras producing TV show Thailand's Next Top Model (2005)[6][15] and internationally as the executive producer on A Stranger in Paradise (2013).[6]
    In addition, Sonia has starred in international films and TV series, including The Mark, The Mark: Redemption and Strike Back : Legacy[6][16].
    In 2018, she appeared on The Face Thailand season 4 All Stars[17] and The Face Men Thailand (season 2)[18] as a mentor and The Next Boy/Girl Band Thailand as a producer.[19]
    Sonia, who is Thailand's number one international celebrity and has been involved in many Muay Thai projects, has been chosen to be the face of Muay Thai.[20][21]
    Her in-depth experience with Muay Thai, includes having been an English announcer in Jao Muay Thai Fight at Siam Boxing Stadium on Thai TV3[22] for 3 years, hosted and MC'd The 2010 King's Cup and The 2010 Queen's Cup and plenty more. She, moreover, appeared on The Challenger Muay Thai (2011) on AXN as a ring announcer,[23] and hosted Muay Thai Premier League (2012) on FOX.[20][24]
    On 8 September 2007, Couling married Paul-Dominique Vacharasinthu, who is Thai-French.[25] They have a son, Pasha-Dominic Vacharasinthu (b. 21 October 2015).[26]
    Sonia flies single engine planes, reserve pilot for the Royal Thai Air Force[1] where she was a guest pilot on the F5 and F16 fighter planes.[6] She is also a horse rider[6] and female polo player.[3][27]
    Join us as we delve into the vibrant Thai film industry, featuring a diverse range of content from both local and international filmmakers. In each episode, we explore the mesmerizing landscapes, unique storytelling styles, and cultural nuances showcased in the hundreds of movies, series and documentaries produced in Thailand every year, through the eyes of our guest.
    Created and Hosted by STEPHANE LAMBERT
    Recorded at TERO RADIO studio in Bangkok, Thailand
    Produced by Wishtrend Thailand for a Podcast Company
    Presented by TERO Creative Lab and TERO Documentary
    www.filminginthailand.com

    • 2 min
    The secret of successful production is never to use your own money reveals SONIA COOLING  in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand

    The secret of successful production is never to use your own money reveals SONIA COOLING  in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand

    The secret of successful production is never to use your own money reveals SONIA COOLING  in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand
    Sonia Couling nickname Pim is a Thai model, actress and television personality. She has appeared in many Thai films and TV shows, been a VJ for MTV Asia, been a host for HBO Asia and has produced and hosted Thailand's Next Top Model in 2005. Pim has also acted in Hollywood and French productions.
    Sonia started her modeling career in a Seven Up advertisement when she was 13.[2][5][6][7] While attending boarding school and university in the UK, she worked with Storm modeling agency in London.
    Once back in Asia she settled into a supermodel role,[7] she has been the face of beauty products over Asia,[3] like L'Oreal Asia, Olay Asia, Nivea Visage, Eucerin, 1st Asian Ambassador for Rado watches, Clairol Worldwide and plenty more.
    In 1998 Pim became VJ for MTV Asia, based in Singapore. She was the first Thai woman to .[7][8][9]
    In 1999 Pim was voted Thailand's sexiest woman by FHM.[5] The UK magazine FHM chose her as number one sexiest woman in Thailand and second in Asia and 10 sexiest women in the world.[10] In 2016 she was chosen as the most beautiful Thai actress.[11][12]
    In 2002 she won Best Actress in a Lead Role at the TV Gold Awards (Thai television awards) for her performance as Phitawan Satchamat in Thai TV series Maya [th] (2001).[13][14]
    Sonia also works behind the cameras producing TV show Thailand's Next Top Model (2005)[6][15] and internationally as the executive producer on A Stranger in Paradise (2013).[6]
    In addition, Sonia has starred in international films and TV series, including The Mark, The Mark: Redemption and Strike Back : Legacy[6][16].
    In 2018, she appeared on The Face Thailand season 4 All Stars[17] and The Face Men Thailand (season 2)[18] as a mentor and The Next Boy/Girl Band Thailand as a producer.[19]
    Sonia, who is Thailand's number one international celebrity and has been involved in many Muay Thai projects, has been chosen to be the face of Muay Thai.[20][21]
    Her in-depth experience with Muay Thai, includes having been an English announcer in Jao Muay Thai Fight at Siam Boxing Stadium on Thai TV3[22] for 3 years, hosted and MC'd The 2010 King's Cup and The 2010 Queen's Cup and plenty more. She, moreover, appeared on The Challenger Muay Thai (2011) on AXN as a ring announcer,[23] and hosted Muay Thai Premier League (2012) on FOX.[20][24]
    On 8 September 2007, Couling married Paul-Dominique Vacharasinthu, who is Thai-French.[25] They have a son, Pasha-Dominic Vacharasinthu (b. 21 October 2015).[26]
    Sonia flies single engine planes, reserve pilot for the Royal Thai Air Force[1] where she was a guest pilot on the F5 and F16 fighter planes.[6] She is also a horse rider[6] and female polo player.[3][27]
    Join us as we delve into the vibrant Thai film industry, featuring a diverse range of content from both local and international filmmakers. In each episode, we explore the mesmerizing landscapes, unique storytelling styles, and cultural nuances showcased in the hundreds of movies, series and documentaries produced in Thailand every year, through the eyes of our guest.
    Created and Hosted by STEPHANE LAMBERT
    Recorded at TERO RADIO studio in Bangkok, Thailand
    Produced by Wishtrend Thailand for a Podcast Company
    Presented by TERO Creative Lab and TERO Documentary
    www.filminginthailand.com

    • 1m
    I have a very nice group fans explains SONIA COOLING in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand.

    I have a very nice group fans explains SONIA COOLING in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand.

    I have a very nice group fans explains Sonia Cooling in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand.
    Sonia Couling nickname Pim is a Thai model, actress and television personality. She has appeared in many Thai films and TV shows, been a VJ for MTV Asia, been a host for HBO Asia and has produced and hosted Thailand's Next Top Model in 2005. Pim has also acted in Hollywood and French productions.
    Sonia started her modeling career in a Seven Up advertisement when she was 13.[2][5][6][7] While attending boarding school and university in the UK, she worked with Storm modeling agency in London.
    Once back in Asia she settled into a supermodel role,[7] she has been the face of beauty products over Asia,[3] like L'Oreal Asia, Olay Asia, Nivea Visage, Eucerin, 1st Asian Ambassador for Rado watches, Clairol Worldwide and plenty more.
    In 1998 Pim became VJ for MTV Asia, based in Singapore. She was the first Thai woman to .[7][8][9]
    In 1999 Pim was voted Thailand's sexiest woman by FHM.[5] The UK magazine FHM chose her as number one sexiest woman in Thailand and second in Asia and 10 sexiest women in the world.[10] In 2016 she was chosen as the most beautiful Thai actress.[11][12]
    In 2002 she won Best Actress in a Lead Role at the TV Gold Awards (Thai television awards) for her performance as Phitawan Satchamat in Thai TV series Maya [th] (2001).[13][14]
    Sonia also works behind the cameras producing TV show Thailand's Next Top Model (2005)[6][15] and internationally as the executive producer on A Stranger in Paradise (2013).[6]
    In addition, Sonia has starred in international films and TV series, including The Mark, The Mark: Redemption and Strike Back : Legacy[6][16].
    In 2018, she appeared on The Face Thailand season 4 All Stars[17] and The Face Men Thailand (season 2)[18] as a mentor and The Next Boy/Girl Band Thailand as a producer.[19]
    Sonia, who is Thailand's number one international celebrity and has been involved in many Muay Thai projects, has been chosen to be the face of Muay Thai.[20][21]
    Her in-depth experience with Muay Thai, includes having been an English announcer in Jao Muay Thai Fight at Siam Boxing Stadium on Thai TV3[22] for 3 years, hosted and MC'd The 2010 King's Cup and The 2010 Queen's Cup and plenty more. She, moreover, appeared on The Challenger Muay Thai (2011) on AXN as a ring announcer,[23] and hosted Muay Thai Premier League (2012) on FOX.[20][24]
    On 8 September 2007, Couling married Paul-Dominique Vacharasinthu, who is Thai-French.[25] They have a son, Pasha-Dominic Vacharasinthu (b. 21 October 2015).[26]
    Sonia flies single engine planes, reserve pilot for the Royal Thai Air Force[1] where she was a guest pilot on the F5 and F16 fighter planes.[6] She is also a horse rider[6] and female polo player.[3][27]
    Join us as we delve into the vibrant Thai film industry, featuring a diverse range of content from both local and international filmmakers. In each episode, we explore the mesmerizing landscapes, unique storytelling styles, and cultural nuances showcased in the hundreds of movies, series and documentaries produced in Thailand every year, through the eyes of our guest.
    Created and Hosted by STEPHANE LAMBERT
    Recorded at TERO RADIO studio in Bangkok, Thailand
    Produced by Wishtrend Thailand for a Podcast Company
    Presented by TERO Creative Lab and TERO Documentary
    www.filminginthailand.com
     

    • 42 s
    I love LOVE STORIES says SONIA COOLING in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand

    I love LOVE STORIES says SONIA COOLING in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand

     I love LOVE STORIES says  Sonia Cooling in this highlight of her episode of Filming in Thailand.
    Sonia Couling nickname Pim is a Thai model, actress and television personality. She has appeared in many Thai films and TV shows, been a VJ for MTV Asia, been a host for HBO Asia and has produced and hosted Thailand's Next Top Model in 2005. Pim has also acted in Hollywood and French productions.
    Sonia started her modeling career in a Seven Up advertisement when she was 13.[2][5][6][7] While attending boarding school and university in the UK, she worked with Storm modeling agency in London.
    Once back in Asia she settled into a supermodel role,[7] she has been the face of beauty products over Asia,[3] like L'Oreal Asia, Olay Asia, Nivea Visage, Eucerin, 1st Asian Ambassador for Rado watches, Clairol Worldwide and plenty more.
    In 1998 Pim became VJ for MTV Asia, based in Singapore. She was the first Thai woman to .[7][8][9]
    In 1999 Pim was voted Thailand's sexiest woman by FHM.[5] The UK magazine FHM chose her as number one sexiest woman in Thailand and second in Asia and 10 sexiest women in the world.[10] In 2016 she was chosen as the most beautiful Thai actress.[11][12]
    In 2002 she won Best Actress in a Lead Role at the TV Gold Awards (Thai television awards) for her performance as Phitawan Satchamat in Thai TV series Maya [th] (2001).[13][14]
    Sonia also works behind the cameras producing TV show Thailand's Next Top Model (2005)[6][15] and internationally as the executive producer on A Stranger in Paradise (2013).[6]
    In addition, Sonia has starred in international films and TV series, including The Mark, The Mark: Redemption and Strike Back : Legacy[6][16].
    In 2018, she appeared on The Face Thailand season 4 All Stars[17] and The Face Men Thailand (season 2)[18] as a mentor and The Next Boy/Girl Band Thailand as a producer.[19]
    Sonia, who is Thailand's number one international celebrity and has been involved in many Muay Thai projects, has been chosen to be the face of Muay Thai.[20][21]
    Her in-depth experience with Muay Thai, includes having been an English announcer in Jao Muay Thai Fight at Siam Boxing Stadium on Thai TV3[22] for 3 years, hosted and MC'd The 2010 King's Cup and The 2010 Queen's Cup and plenty more. She, moreover, appeared on The Challenger Muay Thai (2011) on AXN as a ring announcer,[23] and hosted Muay Thai Premier League (2012) on FOX.[20][24]
    On 8 September 2007, Couling married Paul-Dominique Vacharasinthu, who is Thai-French.[25] They have a son, Pasha-Dominic Vacharasinthu (b. 21 October 2015).[26]
    Sonia flies single engine planes, reserve pilot for the Royal Thai Air Force[1] where she was a guest pilot on the F5 and F16 fighter planes.[6] She is also a horse rider[6] and female polo player.[3][27]
    Join us as we delve into the vibrant Thai film industry, featuring a diverse range of content from both local and international filmmakers. In each episode, we explore the mesmerizing landscapes, unique storytelling styles, and cultural nuances showcased in the hundreds of movies, series and documentaries produced in Thailand every year, through the eyes of our guest.
    Created and Hosted by STEPHANE LAMBERT
    Recorded at TERO RADIO studio in Bangkok, Thailand
    Produced by Wishtrend Thailand for a Podcast Company
    Presented by TERO Creative Lab and TERO Documentary
    www.filminginthailand.com
     

    • 55 s
    working with human or not wonders JOSHUA DIXON in this highlight of his episode of Filming in Thailand.

    working with human or not wonders JOSHUA DIXON in this highlight of his episode of Filming in Thailand.

    working with human or not wonders JOSHUA DIXON in this highlight of his episode of Filming in Thailand.

    Introduction: Joshua Dixon is a visionary producer known for his innovative approach to filmmaking. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling, Dixon has made a significant mark in the entertainment industry. His latest projects have garnered critical acclaim and widespread recognition, cementing his reputation as a dynamic force in the world of film production.
    Background: Hailing from a diverse background, Joshua Dixon's journey into filmmaking was a natural progression fueled by his innate creativity and curiosity about the world. Drawing inspiration from his travels and experiences, Dixon brings a unique perspective to his projects, infusing them with authenticity and depth.
    Career Highlights: Dixon's career is marked by a string of notable achievements. From producing award-winning independent films to collaborating with top-tier talent, his portfolio reflects a diverse range of projects spanning various genres and mediums. His ability to seamlessly blend artistry with commercial appeal has earned him respect and admiration within the industry.
    Vision and Approach: At the heart of Dixon's work is a commitment to storytelling that resonates with audiences on a profound level. He believes in the power of cinema to provoke thought, evoke emotion, and inspire change. Whether tackling social issues or exploring the human condition, Dixon's films are characterized by their depth, authenticity, and universal appeal.
    Filming in Thailand Podcast Interview: In his upcoming interview on the Filming in Thailand podcast, Dixon offers insights into his experiences shooting on location in one of the world's most vibrant and culturally rich destinations. From navigating logistical challenges to capturing the essence of Thai culture on screen, Dixon provides a behind-the-scenes look at the filmmaking process and shares anecdotes from his time spent in the Land of Smiles.
    Conclusion: Joshua Dixon's passion for storytelling, combined with his talent for bringing cinematic visions to life, sets him apart as a producer to watch in the ever-evolving landscape of filmmaking. With an unwavering commitment to excellence and a creative spirit that knows no bounds, Dixon continues to push the boundaries of storytelling and inspire audiences around the globe.
    Join us as we delve into the vibrant Thai film industry, featuring a diverse range of content from both local and international filmmakers. In each episode, we explore the mesmerizing landscapes, unique storytelling styles, and cultural nuances showcased in the hundreds of movies, series and documentaries produced in Thailand every year, through the eyes of our guest.
    Created and Hosted by STEPHANE LAMBERT
    Recorded at TERO RADIO studio in Bangkok, Thailand
    Produced by Wishtrend Thailand for a Podcast Company
    Presented by TERO Creative Lab and TERO Documentary
    www.filminginthailand.com

    • 56 s
    SONIA COOLING (actress) is FILMING IN THAILAND

    SONIA COOLING (actress) is FILMING IN THAILAND

    Sonia Cooling is our guest for this episode of Filming in Thailand.
    Sonia Couling nickname Pim is a Thai model, actress and television personality. She has appeared in many Thai films and TV shows, been a VJ for MTV Asia, been a host for HBO Asia and has produced and hosted Thailand's Next Top Model in 2005. Pim has also acted in Hollywood and French productions.
    Sonia started her modeling career in a Seven Up advertisement when she was 13.[2][5][6][7] While attending boarding school and university in the UK, she worked with Storm modeling agency in London.
    Once back in Asia she settled into a supermodel role,[7] she has been the face of beauty products over Asia,[3] like L'Oreal Asia, Olay Asia, Nivea Visage, Eucerin, 1st Asian Ambassador for Rado watches, Clairol Worldwide and plenty more.
    In 1998 Pim became VJ for MTV Asia, based in Singapore. She was the first Thai woman to .[7][8][9]
    In 1999 Pim was voted Thailand's sexiest woman by FHM.[5] The UK magazine FHM chose her as number one sexiest woman in Thailand and second in Asia and 10 sexiest women in the world.[10] In 2016 she was chosen as the most beautiful Thai actress.[11][12]
    In 2002 she won Best Actress in a Lead Role at the TV Gold Awards (Thai television awards) for her performance as Phitawan Satchamat in Thai TV series Maya [th] (2001).[13][14]
    Sonia also works behind the cameras producing TV show Thailand's Next Top Model (2005)[6][15] and internationally as the executive producer on A Stranger in Paradise (2013).[6]
    In addition, Sonia has starred in international films and TV series, including The Mark, The Mark: Redemption and Strike Back : Legacy[6][16].
    In 2018, she appeared on The Face Thailand season 4 All Stars[17] and The Face Men Thailand (season 2)[18] as a mentor and The Next Boy/Girl Band Thailand as a producer.[19]
    Sonia, who is Thailand's number one international celebrity and has been involved in many Muay Thai projects, has been chosen to be the face of Muay Thai.[20][21]
    Her in-depth experience with Muay Thai, includes having been an English announcer in Jao Muay Thai Fight at Siam Boxing Stadium on Thai TV3[22] for 3 years, hosted and MC'd The 2010 King's Cup and The 2010 Queen's Cup and plenty more. She, moreover, appeared on The Challenger Muay Thai (2011) on AXN as a ring announcer,[23] and hosted Muay Thai Premier League (2012) on FOX.[20][24]
    On 8 September 2007, Couling married Paul-Dominique Vacharasinthu, who is Thai-French.[25] They have a son, Pasha-Dominic Vacharasinthu (b. 21 October 2015).[26]
    Sonia flies single engine planes, reserve pilot for the Royal Thai Air Force[1] where she was a guest pilot on the F5 and F16 fighter planes.[6] She is also a horse rider[6] and female polo player.[3][27]
    Join us as we delve into the vibrant Thai film industry, featuring a diverse range of content from both local and international filmmakers. In each episode, we explore the mesmerizing landscapes, unique storytelling styles, and cultural nuances showcased in the hundreds of movies, series and documentaries produced in Thailand every year, through the eyes of our guest.
    Created and Hosted by STEPHANE LAMBERT
    Recorded at TERO RADIO studio in Bangkok, Thailand
    Produced by Wishtrend Thailand for a Podcast Company
    Presented by TERO Creative Lab and TERO Documentary
    www.filminginthailand.com
     

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