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The new documentary "Lifting the Curtain" is a much-discussed film about the isolated nation of Burma.
Support for young films from new Filmfonds
In July, a full-length script call will be launched to help upcoming filmmakers finance cutting-edge filmmaking and run workshops to promote Burma's cinema revival. Myanmar Script is a new venture of the creators of Memor! The International Filmfestival, an international exhibition devoted to cinema heritages. This is the second time in a row that the Rangoon International Choir Awards will be taking place from November 4 to 13.
Ideally suited are aspiring authors working on their first or second fiction movies. As many as eight shortlisted for the final are chosen to present their screenplays to an internal panel of industrial experts who will come to Burma for the event. Each finalist will be given four days of workshops with personalized advice on screenplay design and expert support when they enter the global movie-making world.
"A full-length movie is one of the most demanding quests for a young filmmaker anywhere in the world: The Myanmar Scripts Fund is aimed at helping identify and coach young talent at an early phase of their screenplay development," Wemaere said. The festival was founded in 2013 as the only truly global festival on Asian cinematography.
Cambodia's latest edition of the Cambodia International Dance Awards found a new home in Burma last year. Approximately 80 movies from all over the country will be screened this year and a series of classic Burmese movies will be shown as part of the Myanmar Film Treasures campaign. On the program is the restauration of one of Burma's oldest movies, which is still available in open film: celluloid:
A number of high-profile guest artists, among them Michel Hazanavicius, a leading European director who will present his Oscar-winning movie The Artist.
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