QAFF18: A Thousand Years to Love

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Myanmar. 2017. Burmese.

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A simple love story from Myanmar. Wai Hnin and Ingyinn have an encounter at a cafe. Their attraction towards one another is immediate. But Ingyinn has a predicament of her own while emotionally volatile Wai Hnin must deal with her own feelings.

Bio: Myat Noe

M.Noe, is a writer, dramatist, political commentator, and a part-time filmmaker who lives in Yangon, Myanmar. He is also an interpreter/translator for Myanmar’s very first international film festival called Human Rights Human Dignity International Film Festival, which is part of the Human Rights Films Network. His short films “A Story Long Ago” and “Forgiving Sky” were screened at Eastern North Carolina FF (USA), NETMAA FF of Los Angeles (USA), Imaginings FF (San Diego, USA), Long Week of Shorts (Shanghai, China), Wathann FF (Yangon & Bangkok editions), Art of Freedom FF (Yangon), and Diana Awards (Austria). He’s also chosen for prestigious Produire Au Sud Program of Nantes-based 3Continents Festival.