CatégorieCinéma, Documentaire, Longs Métrages
RoleRESTAURATION SONORE MONTAGE SON | MIXAGE
A glimpse of Rangoon Cocoon condensed in 5 minutes !
SYNOPSIS : Burma is a land of creation, innovation, inspiration. A cocoon where a thousand metamorphoses take place and a thousand butterflies take flight. Filmmaker Anne Murat and photographer Brice Richard captured a glimpse of that little known side of Burma. Through 66 interviews and portraits of social, intellectual, religious and artistic pioneers, they bring forth the image of a country not chained to the past, but soaring toward the future.
AMBITION : The objective of Rangoon Cocoon is to provide a richer, more complex portrait of Burma – to highlight the stories of Burmese people who, in spite of difficulties, have found spaces of freedom to create, innovate and care for each other.
To achieve their goal, Anne Murat and Brice Richard decided to approach the country not from its politics, but from its people, by conducting interviews with a variety of stakeholders. The questions were simple and open: “Who are you? What do you do? What are your dreams? Your victories? Your frustrations?” They collected 40 hours of videos, 15,000 pictures, 66
Directed by Anne Murat
Photography by Brice Richard
WEBSITE : rangooncocoon.com
GENRE : Documentary
DURATION : 51 min
CAMERA : Sony HVR-A1
SOUND : Neumann KMR-81
IMAGE FORMAT : HDV
LANGUAGES : Burmese, English, Spanish
SUBTITILES : French, English
SOUND : Stereo 2.0
PRODUCTION YEAR : May 2012