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A film profiling human rights activist Aung Myo Min as he returns to Burma after years in exile to pioneer LGBT rights in his country emerging from military dictatorship.


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Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) Television in Myanmar

Thai PBS

Prachathai Online


Human Rights, Human Dignity International Film Festival, Yangon

& Proud Film Festival, Yangon

ASEAN Film Festival, Bangkok

Q! Film Festival, Indonesia

QFF Mezipatra Festival

Myanmar Film Festival, Los Angeles

Advocacy Screenings

US speaking tour in partnership with the Fund for Global Human Rights at the LGBT Center in Los Angeles and

Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University, UC Berkeley, City College of San Francisco, the George Washington University, Harvard Law School and The Center  and Open Society Institute in New York City, UN Cinema Room XIV United Nations/Palais des Nations Geneva, Le Comptori General Ghetto Museum Paris, Delancey Street Theater in San Francisco, New Parkway Theater, Oakland, Asian Art Museum in Seattle, Bus Boys and Poets, Chiang Mai University, Pansodan Scene Gallery in Yangon, Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand.

 Film Information

Running time 45:30 (2015) Produced by Equality Myanmar 

Director Jeanne Hallacy, Cinematographer Julian Hadden and Sai Kyaw Khaing, Editor Elizabeth Finlayson

Languages: English Burmese with English subtitles.   

Available for streaming on Kanopy