SEIN LYAN TUN  is a founder and executive director of Dosicine.

He is a  filmmaker from Myanmar, currently residing in Recollets Residency, Paris. He worked as a film festival coordinator at Human Rights Human Dignity International Film Festival, Yangon in 2013. Every year he reaches out to more than 300 schools around Myanmar to screen short films and documentaries. He also organized open air cinema to engage more audiences from different cities and villages. In 2015, his first short documentary film “Charred Brick” was premiered in One World Human Rights Film Festival in Prague.

His documentary Unsilent Potato is well-recognized in Myanmar and Southeast Asia. He also directed and co-produced the TV documentaries: “Border Boy”,”We Are Nuns”,“ Dream Over Monsoon” for Inside Lens, NHK World!’s new documentary strand. He is an alumnus of Berlinale Talents 2022, FAMU summer filmmaking campus 2022, Talents Tokyo, American Film Showcase Fellowship.

His short film Late Blooming In A Lonely Summer Day’ has been selected for many international competitions like the Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur, Festival Du Court Métrage de Clermont Ferrand, and Locarno Filmmakers Academy. His first feature documentary The Bamboo Family which was selected at IDFA Academy. In 2023, selected to VdR–pitching forum and won “Cannes Docs Award” and “Doc Leipzig Award”. The Beer Girl In Yangon is his first feature film, which won two Development prizes from CNC and Swiss Films under Locarno Open Doors at Locarno Open Doors 2021. which was selected at Cannes L’atelier Cinéfondation 2022, Torino Feature Lab 2023. His latest short Everybody’s Gotta Love Sometimes was selected in Busan International FF 2023 and received Sonje Award Special Mention.