An epic cinematic tale depicting the colourful life of an Austrian student in Burma –and her marriage into a disappearing royal dynasty – has wrapped up its filming in the country.
A Burmese film titled Satan’s Dancer will premiere concurrently in Singapore and Rangoon on 18 May for the first time.
Filmmakers in Burma are slowly producing movies again, in a country once under strict military rule and government censorship. Since the quasi-civilian government started to introduce sweeping reforms, there has[…]
Former actor and film director Kyaw Thu is a two-time winner of the Myanmar Academy Award, and during the 1980s and 1990s, one of Burmese cinema’s leading men. Since his[…]
Sep 4, 2008 (DVB), Much-loved actress and singer May Shin died of old age at Mandalay General Hospital in upper Burma at 11pm yesterday. May Shin was 92 years old[…]
Feb 6, 2008 (DVB), Security forces in Rangoon have been conducting thorough searches of audience members at the city's cinemas to look for explosive devices, cinema-goers said. One audience member[…]