Inside Burma: Land of Fear
More than a million people have been forced to flee their homes and in accordance with the United Nations, thousands have been massacred, tortured and subjected to a modern form of slavery. Burma, says Amnesty International, is a prison in prison. John Pilger and David Munro go undercover in one of the most isolated and extraordinary in the world, Burma, which Amnesty International called “a prison without bars.” Discover the preparation of slave labor for tourism and foreign investment.
International Journalism Award real risk, Barcelona, Spain, 1996; bronze plaque in the category of “social problems – International Relations,” Chris Awards, Ohio, 1996, the division of film and video “Gold Award Special Jury Prize, WorldFest-Charleston, 1996; Award for Best Program of events, RTS Midland Centre Awards, Birmingham, 1996; Gold Apple in the politics of the category: The social organizations of other countries, the National Education Film and Media Network video competition in 1997 NEMN Apple Awards, Oakland, California, 1997, the updated version won a Gold Award Special Jury Prize in the film and video production division ‘, WorldFest-Houston, 1999.
Inside Burma: Land of Fear,