Red Wedding is a Cambodian-French co-production produced by Rithy Panh through Bophana Production, Bophana Center and Tipasa Production. It was produced with the support of GIZ, Alter-ciné Foundation, Fonds francophone de production audiovisuelle du Sud, IDFA Fund, Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program, Worldview and Cambodia Film Commission. Red Wedding is the first film about a victim of forced marriage and rape under the Khmer Rouge. Lida Chan and Guillaume Suon's survey began in 2010 when forced marriages were qualified crimes against humanity by the Khmer Rouge tribunal. The film was shot in Pursat province, in Cambodia, between 2010 and 2012.