|Opening Film (1)||New Currents (28)|
|Asian Spectrum: The Coming of Age in Asian Women Filmmaking (16)||Polemics: The Constellation of the Violence against Women (12)|
|Actress, Muse with a Movie Camera (7)||Queer Rainbow: Queer×Feminism (10)|
|Open Cinema (5)||Special Screening: Technology and Gender – Virtual Present, Actual Future (2)|
|NAWFF AWARD 2012 (1)||Asian Short Film & Video Competition (18)|
|Documentary Ock Rang Award (1)||Multicultural Media Academy: Talk! Talk! Wings Grow (5)|
|Special Screening: Barrier Free Screening / Promise for 10 Years (3)|
No. 62 Pansodan Street is about a well-known heritage building, home to a colorful group of Yangonites which also houses several lawyers\' offices as well as a lively gallery and bookshop.
Cho PhyoneCho Phyone
Born in 1980 in Taunggyi in Shan State where she also graduated in 2003 in Public Policy, Cho Pyone, who is Shan-Chinese, also holds a diploma in Chinese Language from Yangon University for Language. A dressmaker and designer since 2003 with her own business in downtown Yangon, she has long been interested in art and photography. A passionate environmentalist, she sees documentary as a way of alerting audiences to issues that affect their lives. Since joining Yangon Film School in 2012 she has made two short films as director.