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Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Awards Directory
These are the list of Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Award since 1952. Naypyidaw hosted the Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Award 2005 for the first consecutive year on March 5, 2007. Prizes were chosen from 16 movies shown in 2005. Myanmar Motion Picture Academy 2006 took place on February 7, 2008 in Naypyidaw.
Prizes were chosen from 10 movies shown in 2006. Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Award Ceremonies for 2014 and 2015 were presented on April 3, 2016 in Yangon, Myanmar Event Park. Kyo Kyo Ko Hnite Ti Say Min won five gold angels trophies for the best film, the best script, the best actress, the best music and the best film.
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Myanmar Academy Awards - A Brief Story
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Initially there were only three categories: best movie, best performer and best female performer, with second and third place also awarded. In the course of the years, the prize-giving process has grown considerably. 1954 a prize for the best producer was launched, the second and third prize was cancelled in 1955.
A prize for the best cinema was established in 1956 and the prizes for the best support actors and actresses were also launched in 1962. The number of prizes in 1990 was 10, with prizes for best script, best score and best soundtrack. Prizes have now been crowned with 11 points and supplemented by a prize for the best cut.
In addition to the unpredictable nature of the award presentation, there are the prices that will be given to children's actors in a few years' time and the doubling of the prices if the jury cannot determine who should be the winner. And, of course, sometimes there are just no prices given out when it is determined that no individual is dignified. All in all, 310 distinctions were presented last year.
Chit Thet Wai (Dear Thet Wai) was the first movie to receive the Best Image prize in 1952. First, the prize for best filmmaker went to U Thu Kha for his Aww Main Ma (Oh, women!), a cartoon comedy. Kyaw won first prize for best Marlaryi performer, with Kyi Kyi Htay becoming the best Chit Thet Wai (Dear Thet Wai) performer.
With seven victories in all, Nyunt Win is the best performer and best support cast at the top of the prize list. This is followed by U Thu Kha (director) and Yan Aung (actor) with six prizes each and Myint Myint Khin (actress), Mg Tin Oo (director), Kyaw Hein (actor), Kyi Soe Tun (director), May Than Nu (actress) and Than Nyunt (Pan Thar) (editor) with five each.
Formerly hosted in Yangon (except 1963, 1986 and 1988), the award was relocated to Nay Pyi Taw in 2007, marking the 2005 awarding. In this year's contest, 12 movies will compete for prizes and follow the latest movie theatre in Myanmar, most of which are comedy.
The jury this year consists of professionals and civil servants from the Myanmar Motion Picture Association, the Myanmar Music Association, the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Religious Affairs, the News and the Periodic Company, the Ministry of Education and the Attorney General.