Dancing with Dictators: The Story of the Last Foreign Publisher in Burma Trailer

Dancing with Dictators: The Story of the Last Foreign Publisher in Burma Trailer (2011)

18 November 2011 60 mins

DANCING WITH DICTATORS is a film about Burma and the battle for control of a newspaper. Central to the story is Australian publisher Ross Dunkley who owns The Myanmar Times. Like all media in Myanmar the newspaper is heavily censored. The government has forced a 51% partner on Dunkley and after the first election in 20 years their enmity explodes. Dunkley is arrested and imprisoned as his Immigration charges turn into a sexual smear campaign. His partner takes control and the government moves towards ending any foreign ownership of the Burmese media.

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Australia 18 November 2011

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