|Title||The Burmese in Thailand|
|VDP Selection Year||Plural Co-existence-2013|
|Tags||Chiangmai, Labor, Migrant, Street Stall|
Portraying the lives of Burmese workers in Thailand this documentary shows how they work and their living conditions. It focuses on a Burmese worker “Jet” who works in a “Tom Luead Moo” shop and spends 20 hours a day managing all the daily tasks.
Don’t know much about ABCThis documentary offers an intimate portrayal of a relationship between a father and his son, and the challenges of homeless life on the streets of Phnom Penh. Drawing out the importance of education in opening opportunities to improve one’s lot in life, it traces the everyday challenges that Ron Dara faces raising his son.
- Norm Phanith and Sok Chanrado
Yangon, the City Where we LiveThis film offers a unique window onto Yangon, a city undergoing immense change. Living in harmony is the art of living in life. A city’s attractions can be irresistible and enticing. Yangon, is a safe fortress for the migrants where all live together. Through a unique mixture of narrated poetry and juxtaposed images from Yangon’s urban landscape, this documentary depicts a city that holds the hopes and aspirations of a diverse population, struggling and enduring in the hearts of all who live within it.
- Shin Daewe
CosplayerThis documentary delves into the little-known world of soldier cosplay subculture in Thailand. Presenting an intimate story of soldier cosplayers in Thai society, the documentary follows Jum, a man in his late twenties, who is passionate about soldier cosplay and explains how it came to be central in his life. Cosplayer provides a window on how manga, video games and movies are consumed in contemporary Thai society.
- Yingsiwat Yamolyong