Interview with Pyay T Oo

Q:  Can you tell me about your feelings on ‘Nay Win Eait Tan Tat’?

A: In the film, my character was a mature man to whom a young girl tries to get close. The man must protect his family, dignity and pride. I also wanted to highlight the professional ethics of a physician. The message of the film is how to live in old age without having regrets about what we’ve done before. I believe audiences will benefit from the movie.

Hip hop giants to play Yangon

Nelly, Grammy award winner, Soulja Boy, Grammy shortlisted American rapper, and CL, Korean pop singer, will appear at the UnDerDawg Festival in Yangon on June 12 in the Bhumi events park.

The performers will visit Shwedagon Pagoda and other places of interest. The festival was delayed from May because Nelly was unavailable.

May Myat Noe

Today is the time of accelerating technology, together which young people can create their dreams come true.

The actress May Myat Noe said recently that steady steps and genuine ambition are needed to make your dreams come true.

Concerts planned for rainy season

Concerts involving a line-up of singers and bands are planned for some of the big cities.

“There will be music concerts in the rainy season. In particular, there will be more in the early part of the season. We will arrange a music tour which will include four or five singers,” a music tour organiser said.

Singer Wai La said: “I will be involved in the music tour, which will go to many cities. I love music tours since we go with our band.”

Art prizes presented at Bogyoke Market

In commemoration of the centennial of Myanmar’s drawing past, artist Maung Maung Thien of Pathein gave a talk on drawing at the Myanmar Artists Association headquarters in Bogyoke Market on May 28.

At the same time, a prize presentation ceremony was held for artist Zwe Yan Naing, who recently won a prize in Taiwan.

Iron Cross to play a concert in Singapore

One of the famous music bands of Myanmar “Iron Cross” (IC) will hold a music concert in Singapore on June 25.

Together with the band, vocalists from Iron Cross Ah Nge, lay Phjyu, Myo Gyi and Wai Wai will participate in the concert. The concert will be held in Fort Gate in Singapore.

Tickets are being sold and those who buy tickets before June 11 will get a discount as well as a t-shirt.

Interview with actress Shwe Hmone Yati about popular new movie ‘Sweet Revenge’

Reaction to the movie ‘Sweet Revenge’, now showing in cinemas, has been huge. The story involves a youthful love triangle in which Shwe Hmone Yati’s character is the childhood girlfriend of a boy who loves music. She leaves him to follow her future plans. However, when she meets him years later, the boy has found true love. And she is jealous.

Q: You were in villain in ‘Sweet Revenge’. Did you worry about that character?

‘In Exile’ documentary to screen at Korean film festival

The documentary ‘In Exile’, focusing on migrants from Myanmar in other countries, will be screened at a film festival in South Korea from May 26 to 30.

Director Tin Win Naing said: “The movie is based on Myanmar migrants in Thailand, when I was in Thailand. I had to take time three years to create this movie. I’m glad this movie is being shown abroad. The movie tells about Myanmar migrants who do not know and cannot ask about their rights in other countries.”

Yangon to host human rights film festival

The fifth Human Rights Dignity Film Festival will open in Yangon on June 14.

The films will be screened at four cinemas, in Waziya, Nay Pyi Taw, Junction Square and Junction Maw Tin.

Some 35 works out of 50 are from local filmmakers, with 19 documentaries and 14 short movies.

During the festival, which ends on June 19, audiences can meet with and chat to the movie makers.

FEATURE: Elderly artist jazzes up Hanoi alleyway

HANOI (Viet Nam News/ANN) - For the last 10 years Cao Chi Thinh has worked to liven up the area around his home. The murals he has created are an attempt to teach valuable lessons, and have a bit of fun.

If you live in Hanoi, you may already be familiar with the city’s dirty public walls, which are often covered with graffiti and scraps of advertisements, tainting the face of the capital.