Free Burma Rangers


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The Free Burma Rangers (FBR) is a multi-ethnic humanitarian service movement. They bring help, hope and love to people in the war zones of Burma. Ethnic pro-democracy groups send teams to be trained, supplied and sent into the areas under attack to provide emergency assistance and human rights documentation. Together with other groups, the teams work to serve people in need.

 
Fear and Hope: Responding to Burma's Internally Displaced

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[Contains Graphic Content] A short documentary that provides a look at the history of the conflict in Burma and the plight of internally displaced people in the country. Includes personal accounts from IDPs and an overview of what the Free Burma Rangers are doing to help.

 
Good Life Club

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A short video about the Good Life Club program, which provides practical ways to take action to help IDP woman and children in Burma.

 
In Hiding: A Year of Survival Under the Burma Army

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[Contains Graphic Content] Ten minute documentary depicting the lives of internally displaced peoples in the Karen, Karenni, Shan and Arakan States of Burma over the course of one year, 2004-2005. The video depicts villagers fleeing into the jungle and living in hiding, victims of Burma Army landmines, and documentation of forced labor, and features firsthand accounts of life under the military regime.

 
Love In Action

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[Contains Graphic Content] A ten-minute documentary introducing the conflict in Burma and outlining the training and operations of FBR relief teams, including testimonies from survivors of Burma Army attacks.

 
Prayer of Peace: Relief and Resistance in Burma's War Zones

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A 30-minute documentary that follows FBR relief workers on the front lines of the conflict in Burma, as they aid internally displaced people suffering under the Burma Army. If follows Karen FBR teams as they provide IDPs with medical care and conduct testimony interviews, and is told through the personal stories of FBR team members including a medic and a videographer.

 
Raging Forest

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[Contains Graphic Content] A short video outlining the history of Burma and the mission of the Free Burma Rangers.

 
Steps To Freedom

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[Contains Graphic Content] This twenty minute documentary details FBR team preparations and operations. It follows relief teams through their extensive field training and as they separate on their missions into attack areas across Burma, and includes excerpts from testimonies from IDPs.

 
The Cold Air

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A short video montage of life in Burma and the work of the Free Burma Rangers.

 
The Enemy Came

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[Contains Graphic Content] Depicts internally displaced people in hiding, with excerpts from IDP testimonies. The video details the conditions of a group of IDPs surviving in the jungle during the rainy season, and the help which FBR and its partners give them.

 
This Is Our Home: Standing For Freedom in Burma

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[Contains Graphic Content] A short and concise look at the nature of the conflict in Burma, the persecution of ethnic minorities by the military regime, and the work done by relief organizations to help and protect internally displaced peoples.

 
White Monkey

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The first of two short films about the life of White Monkey in Burma, following her as she takes part in a Good Life Club mission in Karen State.

 
White Monkey On A Mission

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The second of two short films about the life of White Monkey in Burma, following her as she takes part in a Good Life Club mission in Karen State.