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Myanmar:Bridges to change

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micheal

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I think it has been one year that i' was waiting that film. It's now on Cinema finally. But sadly, not availiable in everywhere. Hoping to see this one in Myanmar. 



'Myanmar: Bridges to Change' screens at Spud

 

Event fundraises for Andy Tyson Memorial Fund

When a massive avalanche buried climbers on Everest in 2014, Andy Tyson was one of the first on the scene. He had been preparing to guide on the mountain, but the rescue effort took precedence. This winter he traveled with his wife, Molly Tyson Loomis, to volunteer at the Khumbu Climbing School in Nepal, just one of many times the mountaineer shared his time and talents with eager students.

 

Tyson, who perished along with two other Teton Valley residents this spring, had it in his nature to help. This Saturday, the community has the chance to give back. Funds are being raised for the Andy Tyson Memorial Fund, which provides training and employment opportunities for outdoor leaders in developing countries, at a showing of “Myanmar: Bridges to Change” at the Spud Drive-In. Doors open at 6 p.m. on Friday, August 28 and tickets are $12. Check out raffles for outdoor gear, and watch a short film explaining the goal of the fund.

 

http://www.tetonvall...fdd9a085d1.html



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So, this is the movie based on true story? Itll be better if you can share the trailer link also. Thanks in advance. 



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So, this is the movie based on true story? Itll be better if you can share the trailer link also. Thanks in advance. 



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It's just like the documentary. Not like the film. Anyway, the teaser is so interesting! If this one will be showed in Myanmar cinema, It'll be better. Hope someone can bring to mm cinema! 







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