Ko Pauk / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 19 min
Without water, you can’t survive for even half a day! Most citizens waste water and they don’t even care how to utilize it. North Shan state is facing a water shortage problem. This is not equal human rights.
Thet Oo Maung / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 24 min
Three women from Myintgyinar, Kachin State attended the human rights workshop. After the workshop, they went back to their town and became volunteers for woman’s abilities. Against All Odds is about three women and how they deal with their issues.
Nwaye Zar Che Soe / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 27 min
Since the post-election period in 2010, the poor farm-less people from Malatto village group, Maubin district in Ayeyarwaddy region have been struggling hard for their living almost every year. This happens since there has been less and less land in the region where they can earn their living. Their rights to use natural resources in their local area has been limited. So, they face lots of difficulties in meeting their basic needs. When the stakeholders of the water and land areas in that region have got the right to open their hearts, we can hear the “Whisper from Malatto”.
Wai Yum / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 25 min
As a homosexual, he was subject to discrimination by his community and was bullied by the police since childhood. Suffering all those pains, he decides to fight for his rights and becomes an activist for LGBT rights. He misses his father who left him behind 12 years ago.
Min Than Oo / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 39 min
A clash between villagers and the Toyo Company from Thailand who try to set up the new Charcoal Factory...
WINNER of the Aung San Suu Kyi National Award
Sein Lyan Tun / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 15 min
A young boy from a small village works odd jobs for a living and looks after his family. He sometime goes to evening NFPE (Non Formal Primary Education) school. He wants to study like a day school student but he always struggles with work and taking care of his family. He has a dream but what will his future hold?
Bo Thet Htun / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 30 min
Filmmaker Bo Thet Htun, who visited his native town, Magwe State, in the middle of Myanmar to document victimization and unequal human rights, has since gone from cameraman to documentary filmmaker.
Jose Dennis C. Teodosio / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 22 min
10 hours. 10 voices. 10 stories.
People from the streets of Yangon share, not only how they struggle each day, but, also how they keep hope in their hearts. By hearing their tales, we prove that they are more than just numbers in statistics. Inevitably, they reveal how ordinary people thrive and survive in a democracy.
Phyo Zayar Kyaw, Pyae Zaw Phyo, Kaung Sint / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 90 min
A big natural gas and petrol pipe line project, the first country-cross pipe line project, was launched in Myanmar. Since Myanmar government sold natural gas, a very valuable resource, a Project Named “GOLD” began from Yakhine off shores to China. Because of these immediate projects, there were not only land confiscating processes but also many changes in the environment and lifestyle of people. So, people who spoke different languages from different regions responded in different ways.
WINNER of the Vaclav Havel Library Award
Kaung Sint / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 5 min
About a boy who had to grow up under the control of very selfish and self-centered parents.
Lynnsatt Nwe / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 9 min
Bread follows a poor street boy who steals bread and runs from a tea shop. People catch him and beat him. And then...
Freddy, Min Thu Aung / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 6 min
After a criminal is convicted he is locked up in solitary confinement. As he has been unjustly sentenced, he asks for help from an odd apparition living in the room in the hope that he will regain his freedom. Will the cell mate help him? Who is that cell mate? What will become of him?
Pyae Zaw Phyo / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 7 min
There will be no second chance that is thought unimportant.
TainBaG.KoOo / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 11 min
Although different stories have different angles, they have the same ending called the end. The words, represented all the events of the stories, are the final equal words. But in human rights, there is no equal rights for people except the ending time of their lives.
Nay Min Tin / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 11 min
People make up their mind about others based on what they are wearing. People used to judge appearances by how others dress up. Because of uniforms, people can get a better chance and human dignity. So actually, a uniform does not represent power.
Sein Lyan Tun / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 8 min
A poor girl who likes school uniform. One day she gets a school textbook by chance and asks her father to teach her. But what is behind?
Nay Yar / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 4 min
“Change”.. A street burglar imagines that if he changes himself, he can see through everything. “Change”.. It can be for a dog as well. And he has one yellow and one blue lion.
Mai Ah Nway (Ta’ang Chitthu) / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 12 min
About a boy from the village of Paloung Mountain and how he become a buffalo boy.
WINNER of the Min Ko Naing Award
WINNER of the Hantharwady U Win Tin Award
Moses Marks / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 23 min
One night a young schoolteacher, who dedicated his life to his students, encountered a disturbance from a stranger. Instead of resolving the issue with violence, he used his wisdom to overcome it.
Swam Yaung Ni / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 15 min
A pair of slippers from daughters of businessmen, normal accountant, watermelon seller girl and their lives adventure.
Jose Dennis C. Teodosio / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 22 min
After a man unexpectedly loses his job, he meets a boy who is being bullied in school. Together, they gain strength from each other as they prepare to fight and survive.
Min Than Oo, Sawor Mon / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 8 min
If the coming 2015 election is calculated as the 3 digit gambling...
Ko Jet / Short / Myanmar / 2015 / 5 min
A man who lost his cat is distributing the pamphlets with contact numbers if the cat is found. A painter heard the voice of the cat while he is living in his room. So the cat owner got the minor evidence. The painter got an accident on the way to throw the rubbish.
Nyan Kyal Say Zue Htike / Animation / Myanmar / 2015 / 2 min
Attitude of the eggs underground.
Nyan Kyal Say / Animation / Myanmar / 2015 / 3 min
A short animation about a brother and a sister who always dream of going to school together. They are trying to escape from obstacles such as gender inequality, poverty, child abuse, child labour, human trafficking, etc. that are blocking their chance to education.
WINNER of the March 13 Award
Pyay Maw Thein, Htut Ye Kyaw, Sett Paing Aung / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 31 min
“60 Days” explores the historical 60 days education revolution, an important step in Myanmar's education history.
Wai Yan Aung, Saw Reagan, Yamin Htut / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 27 min
A film about three children who were unsatisfied with their families and were persuaded by military officials to join the army. They became child soldiers and soon regretted their decision.
Thu Thu Swe Thein, Htet Aung San, Kam Khan Sing / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 27 min
About one of the biggest human rights violation cases in Myanmar.
WINNER of the Peter Wintonick Award
Ye Lin Aung, Shune Lei Thar, Kaung Myat Thu Kyaw / Doc / Myanmar / 2015 / 30 min
“What Are Human Rights” uses interviews with dozens of Myanmar citizens to explore the definition of human rights.