A well-known Burmese filmmaker is appealing to the public to help him recover a computer hard disk containing valuable video footage that was stolen from his car on Sunday. Rangoon-based…
Burma’s filmmakers are invited to submit scripts to a new fund that aims to foster a cinematic renaissance.
Aye Kyu Lay, vice-president of the Myanmar Motion Picture Organisation, discusses how Burma’s film industry is coping with the country’s greater openness in the wake of recent reforms.
Burma’s Academy Awards were held in Rangoon on Sunday, honouring 18 of the 30 films released between 2014 – 2015.
Lu Min, actor and chairman of Myanmar [Burma] Motion Picture Association (MMPA), told DVB that he will not seek reappointment for the coming year.
A Burmese film titled Satan’s Dancer will premiere concurrently in Singapore and Rangoon on 18 May for the first time.