BORDER BOY

- / - / - / -

Lin Ko, a young boy living in a village in Myanmar, has been forced to drop out of school to take care of his whole family, taking nights classes for his education, One day he disappears. He had gone to search for a better future in Thailand, but he landed up in the hands of smugglers.

Director SEIN LYAN TUN
Location Myanmar
Duration 28 min.
Genre Family / Life / Social Issue
Air Date (JST) Monday, December 12, 2016
Monday, April 17, 2017 *rerun

On Demand

Director

SEIN LYAN TUN

SEIN LYAN TUN

Biography

SEIN LYAN TUN is an international award winning filmmaker. He won the awards from China and Central Asia.
He is focusing to make documentaries and short films about youth and women concern with education, Child Labor, abuse & Human Trafficking. His films are screening around the Human Rights International Film Festivals.
He hopes that by using media tool, it will be more receptive and forthcoming in equipping themselves. He is also Script Supervisor and Program Director for "Samsung Scholarship" TV Program which was shown in every Saturday at 4pm MRTV4 national television channel since 2014.
Sein Lyan Tun, over the 9 years of working in Cyprus and Singapore, has never fails to stimulate his ideas on how well he can do more for the community.

Filmography

2013 Youth and Education (Documentary) 5min
2013 Exit (Silence Short Film) 3 min
2015 Charred Brick (Short Documentary) 15 min
2015 Rula (Short Film) 8 min
2016 Unsilent Potato (Documentary) 22 min
2016 Reborn (Short Film) 9 min

  • Director’s Interview

    02'27"

  • Preview

    03'19"

PAGE TOP