One off documentary Myanmar: The Forgotten Revolution commissioned by Channel 4.
The documentary will delve into the truth behind three devastating mass killings, filled with video footage and eye witness testimonies.
The evidence will explain how potential war crimes have been committed, and how soldiers continuously target peaceful protestors, those trying to help the wounded and burn people alive.
Filmed over the course of a year, a group of young Burmese activists show the nation’s decline into civil war.
The Myanmar army has tried to crush civilian uprisings against military rule which have led to bloody conflicts between the two groups, but the unrest has been largely unreported by the rest of the world.
Peaceful protestors have found themselves up against one of Asia’s most powerful armies in a bid to save their own lives and protect their rights.
In honest emotional testimonies, protestors reveal why they risk their lives to fight for the restoration of democracy.
The documentary will also question why the international community has ignored protestors' calls for intervention after the 2021 coup.
Executive producer, Evan Williams commented: “By risking their lives to film this documentary, these brave young activists have provided a compelling case that Myanmar’s senior military leadership appears to be guilty of crimes against humanity in a war which is largely overlooked by the international community.
“Above all this is a film about the determined spirit of a new generation who refuse to allow their futures to be dominated and as they see it, their opportunities stolen, by a military dictatorship.”