Home > Zoom Rights > Zoom Sound > My Buddha is Punk We Don’t Care About Music Anyway Listen with Pain – 20 Years of Einstürzende Neubauten A Story of Sahel Sounds My Buddha is Punk 1 2 3 4 2015 (68’) GERMANY, MYANMAR Director: Andreas Hartmann Kyaw Kyaw, a 25-year-old Burmese punk, pursues the dream of seeing the punk scene take off in Myanmar. The former military dictatorship carried out a few democratic reforms, but he remains skeptical: In his opinion, the country hasn’t changed yet. Along with the members of his punk band, he tries to raise the awareness of his people about the persistent violation of human rights. FESTIVALS Festival dei Popoli, Italy, 2015 Vision du Réel, Switzerland, 2015 Millenium Documentary FF, Belgium, 2016 Achtung Berlin, 2016 – New Berlin Film Award Göttingen International Ethnographic FF, Germany, 2016 Myanmar FF of Los Angeles, USA, 2016 In-Edit Music Documentary FF, Brazil, 2016 Ânûû-rû Âboro Intl. Documentary FF, France, 2016 Original language: Burmese Cinematographer: Andreas Hartmann Editor: Andreas Hartmann Sound Design: Florian Marquardt Producer: Andreas Hartmann Contact: Andreas Hartmann T: +491737129237 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Andreas Hartmann Andreas Hartmann (1983) is a Berlin-based filmmaker and cinematographer. He studied cinematography at the Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf. His first feature-length documentary “Days of Rain” (2010), shot in Vietnam, premiered at the Cinéma du Réel. His work (DoP), the fiction feature film “Little Thirteen” (2012), was screened at many international film festivals.