Significant events in information arena in 2023

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The Myanmar Motion Picture Awards Presentation Ceremony for the years 2019, 2020, and 2022 held at the open theatre in the precinct of Nay Pyi Taw City Hall on 6 May 2023 was put on the list of significant events of 2023.
The awards for the years 2019, 2020, and 2022 were presented at the 62nd Myanmar Motion Pictures Awards Presentation Ceremony. The Academy Awards have been presented since 1952. State Administration Council Vice-Chairman Deputy Prime Minister Vice-Senior General Soe Win addressed the 62nd Myanmar Motion Pictures Awards Presentation Ceremony, and Union Minister for Information U Maung Maung Ohn also announced the awards and presented them to the recipients. In 2019, a total of 97 movies were screened at cinemas, and 29 movies were nominated for Academy Awards. In 2020, there were 21 new movies while 20 in 2022, they were reviewed for academy awards.
The Best Cinematography Award (2019) was won by Arkar Toe for the film “Legend of the Rain” and the Best Cinematography Award (2020) was won by Phyo Kyaw for the film “Music Performed by Padauk.” There was no Best Cinematography Award for 2022.
The Best Film Music Award (2019) was won by Kyaw Kyaw Tun for the film “The Milk Ogre” and the Best Film Music Award (2020) was won by Aung Ko Latt for the film “Gandhabba.” There was also no Best Film Music Award for 2022.
The Best Film Sound Award (2019) was won by U Kyi Min Thein for the film “1014” and there were no Best Film Sound Awards for 2020 and 2022.
The Best Film Editing Award (2019) was won by G-3 and Kyaw Khine for the film “1014” and the Best Film Editing Award (2022) was won by Kyi Thar for the film “The Butterfly Trap.” There was also no Best Film Editing Award for 2020.
The Best Screenplay Award (2019) was won by Maung Myat Swe for the film “Responsible Citizen.” There were also no Best Screenplay Awards for the years of 2020 and 2022.
Academy Yan Aung won the Best Myanmar Academy Fashion Award for veteran actors, while the Best Myanmar Academy Fashion Award for veteran actresses went to Academy Soe Myat Thu Zar, the Best Myanmar Academy Fashion Award for actors to Aung Ye Lin and he Best Myanmar Academy Fashion Award for actresses to Moe Hay Ko. These awards were presented starting from this year. Music Performed by Padauk won The Best Film Award (2020) and Waymanaychinbu (Don’t Want To Be Away From You) won the Best Film Award (2022). The special award for Best Dress Award (2020) was won by designer Htay Htay Tin and team for the film “Kammaphala (Fruits of the Actions.)”. The Best Film Director Award (2020) was won by Director Mee Pwar for the film “Music Performed by Padauk.” There were no Best Film Director Awards for 2019 and 2022.
The Best Supporting Actress Award (2019) was won by Khin Wint Wah for the film “Hletyway Lwintthaw” and the Best Supporting Actress Award (2020) was won by May Thinzar Oo for the film “Golden Princess” while the Best Supporting Actor Award (2019) was won by Shwe Htoo for the film “Legend of the Rain” and the Best Supporting Actor Award (2020) was won by Ohn Thee for “Thaung Tike Ka Kyar Say Thar’’. There were no Best Supporting Actress Award for 2022 and Best Supporting Actor Award for 2022.
The Best Actress Award (2019) was won by Eaindra Kyaw Zin for the film “Hit Taing”, the Best Actress Award (2020) was won by Soe Pyae Thain for the film “Golden Princess” and the Best Actress Award (2022) was won by Shwe Hmon Yati for the film “Don’t Want To Be Away From You.”
Myint Myat won the Best Actor Award (2019) for the film “Tears Shed on Yoma”, Sai Sai Kham Leng won the Best Actor Award (2020) for the film “Music Performed by Padauk” and Pyay Ti Oo won the Best Actor Award (2022) for the film “The Butterfly Trap.”
The Golden Academy brooches were also given to the senior academy award winners at the Myanmar Motion Pictures Academy Awards Event.
Documentary film on Thingyan festival for 2023 across the nation
As part of the preparation for enlisting the Maha Thingyan festival of Myanmar for 2023 on the World Heritage Sites, a documentary film was screened over holding Thingyan festivities across the nation.
Setting records on images of the Maha Thingyan festival of Myanmar in regions and states in 2023 aims to preserve national-level intangible cultural heritages of the nation.
International tourists flock to MraukU ancient cultural heritage zone in Rakhine State
A flock of 16 Thai tourists visited MraukU’s ancient cultural heritage zone in Rakhine State from 30 April to 6 May 2023 for the first time after 2020.
Prominent artistes who passed away in 2023
Prominent artistes who passed away in 2023 were inserted into the significant events in 2023.
Doyen literati writer Seint (Education)
Doyen literati Seint (Education) who was one of the veteran literati receiving respect in the literary arena passed away at the house in Dagon Myothit (North) Township of Yangon Region at 3 am on 18 April. The woman writer who was famous for her masterpiece historical background novels died at 93. She wrote novels such as Daing Khin Khin, Bagan Memories 1 and 2, Padamya Ngamauk, Raza Datu Kalya, Prince Kanaung and Princess Hlaing Hteik Khaung Tin.
Writer, poet, film script writer Academy Myint Oo Oo Myint
Writer, poet, and film scriptwriter Academy Myint Oo Oo Myint passed away from kidney disease at 00.30 am on 12 August at his house in Dagon Myothit (North) Township of Yangon Region.
He died at 67. The poet joined the film industry as a film scriptwriter together with U Aye Kyu Lay around in 2000 and won the Academy Award in film script genre for the movie “Gyogyar Taungpan Khatthan” cast by director Zin Yaw Maung Maung in 2009.
Veteran Anyeint artiste Shwe Leikpyar Ma Aye Kyi
A prominent Anyeint artiste Shwe Leikpyar Ma Aye Kyi passed away at the Yangon General Hospital on the evening of 11 October. She who died at 97 was a patron of the Myanmar Theatrical Association (Central) as well as a veteran theatrical performer receiving respect of those in theatrical arena.
Pakokku U Ohn Pe Lifetime Awards for Literary Achievement winner writer Ma Kywe Kywe
Doyen literati Ma Kywe Kywe, who has won the Pakokku U Ohn Pe Lifetime Award for Literary Achievement and a doyen literati receiving respects from Myanmar Writers’ Association, passed away at the house in Dagon Myothit (East) Township in Yangon at 6.15 pm on 19 November.
She joined the literary realm with a short story in Linyon magazine published in March 1951. Till her sunset days, he wrote fiction and non-fiction books including Kyunmadoh Meinmathar, Khayee Phyatthan Kabyar Lan, and Thayegaungdoh Seikdat.
Experienced video and film director Maung Maung Myint Lwin (Photo)
Experienced video & and film director Maung Maung Myint Lwin (Photo) passed away on 3 December while receiving medical treatment at the Free Hospital in Kyauktada Township of Yangon Region.
He died at 56 and he shot many numbers of film and video during some 30-year experiences in the artistic realm.
Vocalist-cum-theatrical performer Nan Khin Aye
Vocalist-cum-theatrical performer Nan Khin Aye passed away at her house in Yankinaung Ward of Patheingyi Township in Mandalay Region at 8 pm on 6 December.
She died at 71. She was the granddaughter of Myanmar musician Alinka Kyawswa Nandawshay Saya Tin and the daughter of theatrical performer Alinka Kyawswa Shwe Nan Tin and Daw Khin San Tin. She was the eldest sister of theatrical performers Nan Win and Nan Khin Hmwe. In her career, she won many gold medals. — Translated/TTA /KTZH

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