The Art of Documentary Editing

The Art of Documentary Editing
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Main Feature Overview
Archival footage of Peter Voulkos.
...ARE not AS
(dir. and sound: The Maw Naing, camera: Ko Yoe, Tin Win Naing, jeu, editor: Regina B): The filmmaker uses documentary footage of his own performance as the starting point for…
A Sketch of Wathone
(dir. and editor: Kyi Phyu Shin, camera: Ko Yoe, sound: Lay Thida): From the relative seclusion of his charmingly idiosyncratic home, Wathone - one of Myanmar's best-known painters - shares…
Into the Ring
(dir: Aung Ko Ko, camera: Tin Win Naing, sound: Myo Min Khin, editor: Jessica Ehlebracht): Hein Nyi Nyi is a Myanmar traditional boxer. As he travels 350 km north of…
A Million Threads
(dir. and editor: Thu Thu Shein, camera: Pe Maung Same, Thu Thu Shein, sound: Lay Thida): The colourful record of a frenzied 24-hour all-female weaving competition at Yangon's Shwe Phone…
The Uninvited Guest
(dir: Shin Daewe, camera: Ko Yoe, Pe Maung Same, sound: Lay Thida, Thu Thu Shein, editor: Pe Maung Same, Kim Moodie): A low-income family of seven tells the story of…
Like Father, Like Son
(dir. and editor: Pe Maung Same, camera: Tin Win Naing, Pe Maung Same, sound: Aung Myint): Zaw Oo is standing at a crossroads. In order to prevent his centuries-old Rama…
Just a Boy
(dir. and editor: Lay Thida, camera: Thu Thu Shein, sound: Myo Min Khin): Teenager Okka Moe spends his days collecting rubbish in downtown Yangon in order to help pay off…
Beyond the Light
(dir. and sound: Myo Min Khin, camera: Aung Ko Ko, editor: Regina BSrtschi): Guitarist and music teacher Kyaw Kyaw has been blind since birth. In this short film, he talks…

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