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The MMPA Award Winner. v - t - e. This is the list of Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Awards since 1952. The Picture Academy Awards for 2014 and 2015 were presented on April 3, 2016 in Yangon, Myanmar Event Park.
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Lilting, Hong Khaou's amusing play with Ben Whishaw and Cheng Pei Pei as a homosexual man and a Chinese-Cambodian wife who were matched when their boy died, has performed at movie festival all over the globe (including BFI Flare: London LAGBT Movie Festival), and is about to be shown at its most unlikely goal - Yangon in Myanmar, a homosexual nation that is unlawful, is punished with high penalties and imprisonment.
It will be shown at &Proud, the first Yangon LGBT movie fest. The French Institute in Yangon will be showing 32 movies from 12 different nations from 14 to 16 November 2014, focusing on movies from asia. It Gets Better, a Thai movie about the social issues of the transgenders, opens the event, while the grooving Flemish play Paradise concludes the year.
How was the event welcomed in a homosexual punishment state? According to Billy Stewart, the programming engineer of the event, this is very positive. Further highpoints of the biennial are three specially made shorts of the Rainbow Reels Projekt and Children of Srikandi, the first movie about cheerful Indonesian girls, in which eight poetical tales are woven with wonderful shadows.
There will be movies from Cambodia, the Philippines and Singapore as well as seven movies from Myanmar. In addition to Lilting, other contemporary qeer classic shows will include Tomboy, Céline Sciamma's play about a young woman who claimed to be a young man.... Pride will remain at the French Institute in Yangon until November 16, 2014.
Every film and event is accessible to all and free of cost.