Team: The Women

 Director  The Maw Naing    The Maw Naing studied at Yangon Film School in 2005 and FAMU Prague in 2008. A poet, artist and filmmaker, he co-directed NARGIS: WHEN TIME STOPPED BREATHING (IDFA, CPH:DOX 2010), first under a pseudonym. His debut feature THE MONK (2014) premiered at Karlovy Vary and later attended Busan & Rotterdam.

Director
The Maw Naing

The Maw Naing studied at Yangon Film School in 2005 and FAMU Prague in 2008. A poet, artist and filmmaker, he co-directed NARGIS: WHEN TIME STOPPED BREATHING (IDFA, CPH:DOX 2010), first under a pseudonym. His debut feature THE MONK (2014) premiered at Karlovy Vary and later attended Busan & Rotterdam.

 Producer  OH Youngjeong   OH Youngjeong received her Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts in South Korea. An artist, writer and filmmaker, her first project as producer is THE WOMEN with director The Maw Naing. With the project, she has attended Busan Asian Project Market, Sørfond Pitching Forum, and Locarno Open Doors, with the latter garnering them the Open Doors Award (ex-aequo).

Producer
OH Youngjeong

OH Youngjeong received her Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts in South Korea. An artist, writer and filmmaker, her first project as producer is THE WOMEN with director The Maw Naing. With the project, she has attended Busan Asian Project Market, Sørfond Pitching Forum, and Locarno Open Doors, with the latter garnering them the Open Doors Award (ex-aequo).

 Producer  Jeremy CHUA   Jeremy CHUA (Singapore) is a screenwriter and producer who has co-produced  A Family Tour  by Ying Liang (Opening Film of International Competition, Locarno IFF 2018),  Brotherhood  by Pepe Diokno (Karlovy Vary IFF 2016),  A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery  by Lav Diaz (Alfred Bauer Silver Bear, Berlinale 2016) and  A Yellow Bird  by K. Rajagopal (Cannes Critics' Week 2016), which he also co-wrote.

Producer
Jeremy CHUA

Jeremy CHUA (Singapore) is a screenwriter and producer who has co-produced A Family Tour by Ying Liang (Opening Film of International Competition, Locarno IFF 2018), Brotherhood by Pepe Diokno (Karlovy Vary IFF 2016), A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery by Lav Diaz (Alfred Bauer Silver Bear, Berlinale 2016) and A Yellow Bird by K. Rajagopal (Cannes Critics' Week 2016), which he also co-wrote.