Kyaw Myo Lwin

Kyaw Myo Lwin



Kyaw Myo Lwin is a director, producer, and writer from Myanmar. He is best known for his work on the award-winning short film, The Other Side of the Bridge.

Kyaw Myo Lwin was born in Yangon, Myanmar in 1983. He studied filmmaking at Yangon Film School, and after graduating, he began his career in the film industry. He worked as an assistant director on several films before making his feature film debut with The Other Side of the Bridge in 2011.

The Other Side of the Bridge tells the story of a father and son who are struggling to survive in a rural village in Myanmar. The film was well-received by critics and audiences alike, and it went on to win several awards, including the Grand Prize at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in 2011.

After the success of The Other Side of the Bridge, Kyaw Myo Lwin continued to make films that explored the lives of ordinary people in Myanmar. His other notable works include the feature films The Season (2014), The Burmese Spring (2017) and The Other Side of the Moon (2019).

In addition to directing, Kyaw Myo Lwin has also produced several films, including The Burmese Spring and The Other Side of the Moon. He has also written several scripts for films and television shows, including the television series The Other Side of the Moon.

Kyaw Myo Lwin is a talented filmmaker who has explored themes of family, identity, and culture through his work. His films have been screened in various international film festivals, and he has won numerous awards for his work. He has also won several awards for his work as a director, producer, and writer.

Kyaw Myo Lwin is an important figure in the Myanmar film industry, and his work has been a major influence on the industry. He is an inspiration to many young filmmakers, and his work has made a lasting impact on the industry.

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