Paing Phyo Thu (born 5 April 1990) is a Myanmar Academy Award winning Burmese actress and trained physician. She won the Myanmar Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2017 with the film 3 Girls and also achieved Star Award for Best Actress in Leading Role in 2018 with film Mee. Paing is considered one of the most successful Burmese actresses and one of the highest paid actresses. Paing Phyo Thu was born on 5 April 1990 in Yanon, Myanmar. Her mother Nwe Oo, is a physician. She graduated from the University of Medicine 1, Yangon. In 2017, she was cast to play a lead role in the film Mee, based on the eponymous novel by a prominent novelist, Kyi Aye.The film's released was followed by significant criticism on her portrayal of cigarette smoking. She married film director Na Gyi on 1 January 2019.
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Burma's first film was a recording of the funeral of Tun Shein - a leading politician of the 1910s, who campaigned for Burmese independence in London. It was captured with a second-hand camera by Ohn Maung and was screened at the Royal Cinema, near Scott Market (now Bogyoke Market), which belonged to a Mr Achar, a friend of Ohn Maung. Despite its documentary nature, the Burmese public was very proud of the film, which opened with the notice "Please accept our apologies for the poor quality of the film".
The Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Awards are presented annually to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Burmese Film Industry of Myanmar.The awards ceremony has been held annually since 1952. Each winner is presented with a golden statue and in recent years also a cash prize. The awards were first introduced in 1952, and the ceremony has been held annually since 1952 (apart from 1963, 1986, 1987, and 1988). In the first awards ceremony, only three kinds of awards (Best Film, Best Actor and Best Actress) ...