1927 : The first indigenous Thai feature, Double Luck (Choke Song Chun) was made by Bangkok Film Company (owned by the Wasuwat Brothers), and released on 30 July. It was shot in 35mm black-and-white film and directed by Luang Anurakratthakarn, former staff of Thai State Railways.

1932 : The First Sound Film: After making the first Thai feature film, the Bangkok Film Company, now operating under the name Sri Krung Sound Film Company, made the first Thai film with synchronised sound called Going Astray (Long Tang), which premiered on April 1.