Help make it happen for ‘Myanmar Filmmaker’s Documentary – Greener Pastures’

Help make it happen for ‘Myanmar Filmmaker’s Documentary – Greener Pastures’

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Help us, make this film become a reality and contribute to making these migrant workers stories heard internationally! If we don’t finish this film, these stories might never be told!

Please support us in making this film a reality by donating… It would be so amazing, if possible

 

 

Here is the link:

http://igg.me/at/MyanmarFilm

 

We are super thankful and happy about every donation you make though this website – bringing us closer to finalizing this big project. We will show our gratitude to you with our great thank-you-rewards (or “perks” as Indiegogo calls it): for any donation you make, we’ll integrate your name in the thank you section of the film’s on-screen-credits. Starting at the 20 USD donation, we’ll present you with a free copy of the film as a thank-you! Check out more thank-you-rewards on the right hand side ->

All donations are TAX-DEDUCTABLE in the USA

If we manage to raise more than 8,000 USD fantastic! We will use the money to get the film to a bigger audience, for more big festival submissions, which can be very costly, and printing more copies of the film!

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The Intended Audience of Greener Pastures

The film is intended to be finished and in early 2014. The film is intended to be screened at film festivals throughout Asia as well as internationally. A-list film festivals will be given priority over other film festivals. Targeted festivals include Tribeca Film Festival  (New York, USA), Berlinale (Berlin, Germany), IDFA (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Roshd International Film Festival (Teheran, Iran), AFI DOCS (Los Angeles), Hot Docs (Toronto), Singapore Indie Doc Fest (Singapore), Freedom Film Fest (Penang, Malaysia), Asian Hot Shots Film Festival (Berlin, Germany), One World International Human Rights Film Festival (Prague, Czech Republic), Seoul Human Rights Film Festival (Seoul, South Korea), Seoul International Labor Film and Video Festival (Seoul, South Korea), Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival (Yamagata, Japan), Vientiane International Film Festival (Vientiane, Laos) amongst others.

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