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cinemphiles can get their yearly explosion from the past if the Mem! The 7th International Film Heritage in Yangon will return this Friday. With the motto Banned Film Around the World, the event presents a choice of 20 masterworks that could not be made available to the general public at different periods and in different settings - a topic of particular importance in a land where movies are regularly censured and official screening is canceled at the request of the state censors.
The catalog with 60 classic monochrome and colour movies from all over the globe, which date back to 1919, will be shown all over Yangon on 10-day. "It' one of the greatest movie shows in Myanmar.
It' is the only one of its kind in Asia because it focuses only on cinema heritage," says Severine Wemaere, Foundress of the non-profit organization Mem! The cinema that organizes the event said The Myanmar Times. One of the festival's high points is the screenings of two recently renovated Myanmar films: Staged by Maung Tin Maung and Pyo Chit Lin (My Darfur, 1950), Mya Ga Naing (Emerald Jungle, 1934), under the direction of Tin Myint, who has been renovated in color by Mem!
Cinemas as part of their efforts to renovate one classic Myanmar movie per year. On Friday at 6 pm Pyo Chit Lin opens the event at the Waziya Theatre. Since last year with Mya Ga Naing, Memory! The cinema will annually overhaul a classic Myanmar movie as part of the celebrations commemorating the 100th birthday of the Myanmar movie industry in 2020.
Myanmar's first fiction Myittar and Thuyar was shown at the Cinema de Paris in Yangon on November 6, 1920. All we can do is wait for movies, but we can't do it. Without this organisation (Memory! Cinema) we can no longer see our treasures," said U Thein Naing, spokesman of the Myanmar Motion Picture Development Brunch and undersecretary of the Committee on Human Rights.
On November 6th, unlike the others, is another of the highlights of the year. As the first ever documentary movie in the Oswald movie scene, Richard Oswald is telling the tale of two men falling in loo... Published in Germany in 1919, the movie had its first successes, but was forbidden by the state after the following year, after it became the object of protest by anti-Semitic, right-wing extremists.
Amnesia! From November 3 to 12, the International Film Heritage Festival will take place at Nay Pyi Taw Cinema, Waziya Cinema and Mahabandoola Park. Entrance is free for all performances and activities. The complete programme of movies and shows can be found on memoryfilmfestival.org or on the Facebook page of the MEMCOFM.