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The second LGBT Filmfestival is proudly back on
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Myanmar and Rainbow Reels, who organized ten filmmakers to make three shortfilms and a feature film about U Aung Myo Min., a defender of fundamental freedoms, have made six of the film. The film Di Lo A Chit Myo (Love Like That) will be shown on January 28th. Rainbow Reels Shirts with the titles "Soulmates", "Channel G" and "Dear Mum" show love, familiy and date in the lives of the people of the group.
Recorded by Yangon Film Training School and the Yangon Film Training School and the Love and Other Maters projects, Love and Other Matters focuses on the daily experiences of three persons in Love and Other Maters and is a man who represents the changes in human being. Both of these will be screened together with the other internationally acclaimed movies during the course of the year.
"South East Asiatic, Oriental and foreign movies are multiplying, so that we have prolonged the event by one whole year. The audience this year will be larger than at the last edition, with 2000 guests," organizer Jan Willem van Rooij said to the Myanmar Times. Filmmakers and actors will participate in the event and will be pleased to participate in the discussion about the lives and permissions of LAGBT.
"The documentary movies will concentrate on the issues and troubles of gay people in Southeast Asia and what it means to be IGBT. They will also show their life and relations and their difficulties," said Mr van Rooij. This second &PROUD GGBT Filmfestival is organized by the legal activists organizations Colour Rainbow, Abadi Arts and YG.