"Listen" is a documentary portrait of revolutionary artist Chaw Ei Then. Exiled from her homeland of Myanmar, she uses visually striking and emotionally unsettling performance art and artwork as a means of dissent, both to express her political views and to give voice to her victimized experience and inner struggles.


    Writer/Director : Min Min Hein
    Producers : Min Min Hein & Sai Win Htut San
    Co-Producer : Maria Mousas
    Associate Producer : Joshua Eichenbaum
    Director of Photography : Min Min Hein
    Gaffers : Joshua Eichenbaum , Shao Wen Liang & Ye Min Aung
    Stage Lighting : Jordan Acosta
    Audio Recordists : Carlos Alberto Mayer , Cyprien Kodjo & Wanhu Jin
    Production Manager : San Linn Aung
    Production Assistants : Khin Myat Moe , Meschida Philip, Shwe Yi Hpoo & Su Su Hlaing
    Transportation : Zaw Zaw Htay
    Costume Designer : Nway Nway Mon
    Make-Up : Mee Mee & Nang Htet Htet
    Editor : Min Min Hein
    Associate Editor : Kristopher Burke
    Assistant Editor : Haruka Motohashi
    Animation : Vantage Digital Arts
    Colorist : Pavel Yudin
    Sound Designer : Emilio Seri
    Original Score : Fima Chupakhin
    Tail Credit Song : Ne Myo Aung
    Song Performer : Nandar Zaw Win
    Photographer : Joshua Eichenbaum
    Poster Designer : Yin Yin Oo
    Translation Advisors : Aung Ko Zaw & Cristina Rodriguez


    Chaw Ei Thein


    Min Min Hein is a Burmese filmmaker and cinematographer from Myanmar. Min has taken basic and advanced acting courses with the Myanmar Motion Picture Organization in 2008 and 2012. In 2011, Min decided to highlight his experiences and perspective on life with others through film. He believes film is the best way to interpret his inner motives and share stories he has witnessed throughout his life. Accordingly, in 2013, he began his career as a film director with a short documentary film, Monks, which won the Best Documentary Award in the Solidarity Shorts Film Contest, held in Warsaw, Poland.
    He has produced and directed several short narrative and documentary films including A Treasure of Dry Zone (2014), At The Horizon (2014) and Hope (2015). He has received a number of awards including the consolation prize at ASEAN Photo Reportage and Documentary Film Festival in 2013 for his film, At the Horizon and second-runner up at The American Motion Picture Society Film Festival in 2015 for his film, Hope. Min was a fellow at the Asian Film Academy in 2014, and is currently pursuing an MFA in Film at the City College of New York as a Fulbright scholar.

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