Myanmar Motion Picture Museum

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Myanmar Motion Picture Museum.

The Myanmar Motion Picture Museum is a film museum dedicated to the Cinema of Burma located in Yangon. It is housed in a building which was formerly the headquarters of the Myanmar Motion Picture Organisation (MMPO).[1]

It was established in November 1998 to display the efforts of successful film directors, actors and producers in the motion picture history of the country.[2]

The museum has seven sections devoted to the silver quadrennial (1920-1945), golden quadrennial (1946-1970), diamond quadrennial (1971-1995) and ruby quadrennial (1996-2020) periods, movie props and makeup, technical equipment, and best achievement awards.[3]


In 2001 July 7, Members of Bengal Initiative, a think tank of Calcutta, India visited.[4]