TV Documentary

The Bottom of Globalization - Burma, Awakening to the World

A Film By JULIA MONTFORT

- Third Floor Film is very proude in this project. Cinematographer: THAIDDHI is doing the amazing job in this documentary. Ten day straight shoot in Yangon and Kalay Township. Very first time to work for France TV but great experience to work with them.


Ruby Land | Documentary Film | 29 mins

Coproduction with NHK (Japan)

Directed by Shin Daewe, Producer Thu Thu Shein

Mogok in Myanmar, a valley surrounded by mountains, is a worldwide well-known as "Ruby Land", Gems Land where only limited foreigners can enter. What's like the gems trading in Mogok where its country has been locked for long time?
There's 3,000 mining businesses legally whereas plenty of illegal mining business. People are waiting with hope for the new government policy. "Ruby Land" captures different perceptions of different characters and their related mining business views in this transition period.

 Danger Zone | Northern Shan State, Myanmar

 In a new Channel News Asia series, Danger Zone, host Arglit Boonyai ventures into some of the most dangerous regions of the world. In this week’s episode he visits northern Shan state in Myanmar. The Myanmar government insists that a nationwide ceasefire is imminent but war continues to rage in Shan state and other parts of the country. This latest fighting is not just about ethnic identity or autonomy which have been behind the conflict for decades, but a battle for a voice in the transition process.

 

Danger Zone is the TV Documentary for CNA (Channel News Asia). Our Third Floor Film Team involved as Assistant Producer, Cinematographer and Sound recordist.

It's already broadcasted from CNA, online version will be coming soon.

If you want to read more about Northern Shan State, Here's some link below :

THE MAKING OF A CITY : YANGON

For many decades, Myanmar was left isolated from the rest of the world. Today, Yangon, Myanmar’s former capital, is rebuilding itself to become a megacity by 2040. How will this city achieve its renaissance while preserving its uniqueness?

Third Floor Production working for Infocus Asia.

 

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