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Edit Storyline The film follows Dave, Karen, and their three young children, as they venture into war zones where they are fighting to bring hope. Viewers will follow the family into firefights, heroic rescues, and experience life-changing ministry. Plot Summary, Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 24 February 2020 (USA) See more ?? Also Known As: Free Burma Rangers Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs ??.
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May God Bless you all. All ethics participation is the right way to protect their own rights of secure, safety, healthy, sustainable for peace & progress. Thanks for people who share human kindness, love, generous to protect all ethics in Burma. Free Burma. Free Burma Rangers is a documentary film exploring the extraordinary 20-year journey of missionaries Dave and Karen Eubank. The film follows Dave, Karen, and their three young children, as they venture into war zones where they are fighting to bring hope. Dave Eubank is a rare hero of the faith. He is a former U. S. Special Forces soldier turned missionary to conflict zones. The film is a real life adventure movie. Viewers will follow the family into firefights, heroic rescues, and experience life-changing ministry. In the midst of this unprecedented journey, you will witness amazing lessons of faith from one of the most inspiring families in the world. The Free Burma Rangers was founded over 20 years ago by Eubank, in response to conflict in Burma, and now offer help, hope and love to internally displaced people around the world. They live by six principles: Love One Another Unite for Freedom, Justice, and Peace Forgive and do not hate each other Pray with faith Act with Courage Never Surrender Viewer Discretion Advised? ? Includes Intense, Graphic Sequences of War Violence THE FILM IS PRODUCED BY DEIDOX FILMS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH LIFEWAY FILMS.
Free burma rangers mosul. Free burma rangers youtube. Free burma rangers movie. ABOUT BURMA: Information from the CIA World Factbook) Area: 676, 578 sq km (slightly smaller than Texas) Population: 55, 746, 253 (July 2014 est. ) Capital: Naypyidaw Ethnic Groups: Burman 68% Shan 9% Karen 7% Rakhine 4% Chinese 3% Indian 2% Mon 2% other 5% Religion: Buddhist 89% Christian 4% Baptist 3% Roman Catholic 1. Muslim 4% animist 1% other 2% Myanmar shares borders with China, India, Laos, Bangladesh and Thailand. The United States officially still calls the country Burma. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees estimates that there are 1. 5 million stateless and internally displaced people in Myanmar. TIMELINE: 1824-1886 ? Burma becomes part of British India after fighting three wars with Great Britain over 62 years. 1941-1945 ? World War II; ethnics fight on the Allied side, while the Burmans fight on the Japanese side. January 1947 ? After negotiating with the Anti-Fascist Peoples Freedom League (AFPFL) Great Britain agrees to give Burma its independence. July 1947 ? AFPFL leader Aung San is assassinated. January 4, 1948 ? Burma gains independence from the United Kingdom. January 31, 1949 ? Rising tensions between the Burman and Karen erupt in full blown conflict. This date marks the start of the civil war in Burma. March 1962 ? The military government is established under General Ne Win, who abolishes the federal system and inaugurates “the Burmese Way to Socialism”- nationalising the economy, forming a single-party state with the Socialist Programme Party as the sole political party, and banning independent newspapers. The Kachin withdraw their support for the Union and become de facto an independent state. Fighting intermittently between the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) and Burma Army carries on until 1994. 1972-1974 ? Major Burma Army offensives and the beginning of implementation of the “4 Cuts” policy. February 1978 ? Burma Army attacks muslim Rohingya in Arakan State. 250, 000 people flee to Bangladesh. 1982 -The Burmese Citizenship Law is adopted. This law isolates ethnic groups such as the Kachin, Karen, Chin and Rohyinga as “associate citizens” denied the rights/relief offered to full citizens, including the right to serve in public office. 1984 ? Burma Army begins “Four-Cuts” policy to destroy the Karen resistance. August-October 1988 ? Mass anti-government demonstrations take place throughout Burma. The official Radio Rangoon figure is 450 dead; the actual number is believed to be into the thousands. September 1988 ? Gen. Saw Maung takes over in another military coup. 1989 ? Burma changes its name in English to Myanmar and the name of the capital from Rangoon to Yangon. May 1990 ? General elections are called by the junta. Aung San Suu Kyis party wins easily, but the military refuses to hand over power. 1996 ? Dave meets Aung San Suu Kyi in Rangoon. January 1997? ? The historic Mae Tha Raw Hta Agreement is signed by some 15 ethnic leaders, calling for tripart dialogue between the NLD pro-democracy group, the military and the ethnic nationalities. 1997? ? Major Burma Army offensives displace more than 500, 000 people in Karen, Karenni and Shan states. Free Burma Rangers is begun by Dave Eubank and Eliya, in response. 2000 ? 2001 ? Major Offenses carried out by Burma Army against Karen people. March 2002 ? Burma Army attacks villages and IDPs throughout Karen State. 28 April, 2002 ? FBR documents the murder of 12 civilians in Karen State by Burma Army. March, 2003 ? FBR documents rapes by Burma Army in Shan State and opium production. October, 2003 ? Operation “Power Over the Land” offensive launched by Burma Army against Karen. 4th October, 2003 ? Rape, murder and mutilation of Karen woman by Burma Army. December, 2003 ? Sporadic fighting between Burma Army and Karen and Karenni resistence forces. 2004 ? Burma Army conducts offensives in Karenni and Karen State against civilians. 2004-2007? ? Ongoing Burma Army offensives. September 5, 2007 ? Soldiers gunfire breaks up a monk protest in Pakokku. September 24, 2007 ? Buddhist monks lead about 100, 000 in the largest anti-government demonstrations since 1988. September 26, 2007 ? As protests continue, Myanmar security forces crack down ? clubbing and gassing protesters and arresting as many as 200 monks. May 4, 2008 ? A cyclone causes utter destruction, killing more than 22, 000. It is later reported by the government that 41, 000 people are missing and up to one million are homeless. June 5-10, 2010 ? Clashes between the Karen National Union and Myanmar army. November 7, 2010 ? Myanmar holds its first elections in 20 years. The Union Solidarity and Development Party backed by the military, claims victory with 80% of the votes. November 13, 2010 ? Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is released from house arrest. January 31, 2011 ? Myanmar convenes its first parliament in more than two decades in the capital, Naypyidaw. February 4, 2011 ? The parliament elects Prime Minister Thein Sein as president. Aung San Suu Kyis National League for Democracy party boycotts the elections, calling it a sham. March 30, 2011 ? A notionally civilian government is sworn in to replace the military junta. In practice the military continues to dominate the government. June 9, 2011 ? Fighting erupts between the Kachin Independence Army and Myanmar Army troops when government forces broke the ceasefire and attacked KIA positions along the Taping river east of Bhamo, Kachin State, November 30, 2011 ? Hillary Clinton arrives in Myanmar, the first visit by a U. S. secretary of state in more than 50 years. March 2012? ? FBR meets Aung Min, former Burma Army general and the minister in charge of ceasefire negotiations. April 1, 2012 ? Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi wins a seat in parliament in the first multi-party elections since 1990. April 28, 2012 ? The EU suspends most of the sanctions it had imposed on Myanmar. June 2012 ? Unrest breaks out in the western state of Rakhine. Religious violence leaves more than 200 dead and close to 150, 000 homeless ? predominantly members of the Rohingya Muslim minority. November 19, 2012 ? President Barack Obama becomes the first sitting U. president to visit Myanmar. He meets with President Thein Sein and activist Aung San Suu Kyi. March 10, 2013 ? Aung San Suu Kyi wins re-election as Myanmars leader of the National League for Democracy. March 22, 2013 ? A state of emergency is declared as ethnic clashes between Muslims and Buddhists lead to killings. April 7, 2014 ? The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Myanmar, Tomas Ojea Quintana, reports that the recent persecution of the Rohingya group “could amount to crimes against humanity. ” Myanmar presidential spokesman Ye Htut tells CNN the government rejects the remarks. February, 2015 ? The Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army begins an offensive?to retake the Kokang self-administered zone in Shan State. The Burmese Army launches a counteroffensive and defeats the MNDAA and their allies, displacing 40, 000 to 50, 000 civilians in the process and sparking a diplomatic incident after bombing the Chinese side of the Kokang border. November, 2015 ? The Burmese Army and their allies begin a coordinated assault on Taang National Liberation Army positions in Shan State. November 8, 2015 ? The 2015 Myanmar elections end with a landslide victory for Aung San Suu Kyis National League for Democracy. January-April 2016? ? Burma Army attacks against Kachin, Shan, Taang, Kokang and Arakan.
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She jumped up like Robin Hood and just nailed the guy! ” This was the 52-year-old founder of the Free Burma Rangers (FBR) a humanitarian relief outfit operating in Karen and other Myanmar states. Ill call him Scott, which is not his real name. (Because the FBRs work involves crossing into Myanmar illegally and could be shut down at any time?and because of the security risks I observed FBR teams take behind enemy lines?I agreed not to reveal the identity of the groups founder or members of his family. The blond girl is Scotts 12-year-old daughter, and what Id been witnessing was the kind of attack that has occurred many hundreds of times in the countrys ethnic regions?in the border states of Karen, Kayah, and Shan, among others, whose rebel militias have resisted Myanmars military since the country gained independence in 1948. Even as Myanmars government has made headlines for its recent reforms, the fighting has continued in some areas, and a full-fledged war has erupted in Kachin, where 90, 000 people have been displaced since June 2011. This time, however, the arrows were blunted and the bullets blanks. The mock village burning was the elaborate launch of the final two-day exercise at FBRs six-week training session, at a place called White Monkey Camp. A former U. S Army Ranger and ordained minister, Scott founded the Free Burma Rangers in 1997. Run by a staff of Western evangelical volunteers and funded mainly by Christian churches, FBR trains teams of ethnic rebels to go toward the front lines, help evacuate internally displaced people (IDPs) treat the sick and wounded, perform reconnaissance of enemy troops, inform villagers and allies of their whereabouts, and document the Myanmar Armys carnage with video, photography, and written reports, which they transmit to news organizations, NGOs, local governments, and church groups around the world. The FBRs work is dangerous. Rangers are often armed with whatever weapons they can find?shotguns, 22s, AK-47s?and have been the target of enemy fire on a number of occasions. Since 1997, 13 Rangers have died in the field?one caught and tortured to death by the Myanmar Army, others killed by land mines, malaria, and a lightning strike. Scott runs five training camps each year, with the largest, held each November, at White Monkey Camp. This time there were 76 trainees in attendance, ranging in age from 18 to 36, representing seven of the countrys 135 ethnic groups. Most of them were rebels sent by the Karen National Union (KNU) one of the largest movements fighting for autonomy from the Myanmar government. Over the previous few weeks, the trainees had attended seminars in strategic reconnaissance and wilderness rescue and received specialized instruction from volunteer medics, engineers, photographers, and videographers. Beginning at 4:30 a. m. each day, theyd also undergone grueling physical conditioning, including climbing canyon walls and hours of sit-ups, push-ups, and trail runs. During the final mock-fighting exercise, they wouldnt sleep or eat much. “Foods a crutch, Ranger, ” Scott said. He calls everyone Ranger. His Ranger name: Tha U Wah A Pa. It means Father of White Monkey. White Monkey? Thats his 12-year-old daughter, who earned the nickname crawling around this jungle as an infant. As the smoke cleared, veteran Rangers split up to oversee one of 19 test stations for, among other things, orienteering, security, and rappelling. I headed over to the land-mine station, run by a shy, slender woman named Hsa Geh, who is 29. When she was 16, Myanmar soldiers murdered her parents and little brother in their Karen village during an invasion similar to the drill Id seen today. One sister was raped and killed, the other shackled and imprisoned at a Myanmar Army base, never to be seen again. Geh escaped and lived on the run for two years before the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) took her in. She joined the FBR six years ago. “Talk about tough, man, ” Scott said as we watched Geh put her team through the paces. “A lot of our Rangers have stories like hers. ” Moments later, at the rappelling station, Scott?calves and biceps bulging, abs as ripped as a young Marines after basic training?was unhappy with the tie-off. After adjusting the line, he dropped over the edge of a river bluff, sans harness, and eased down, hand over hand, then smoothly climbed up before he allowed the first recruit to clip in. Id arrived at the camp a few days before. Id spend the next week here, then trek with Scott and his recruits deeper inside Karen to the village of Tha Da Der, the first stop on a three-month FBR relief mission. It would be a rare look at the front lines of one of the more unusual relief efforts in the world?a humanitarian movement with both Bibles and guns. I MET SCOTT IN Shan State in 2007, when I spent four days with him as he trained Shan State Army-South rebels for a relief mission there. My first impression: he is one Jesus-loving badass. On that trip, he told me about his U. S. Army career, his relief work in Southeast Asia, the triathlon hed won, and the mountains hed climbed. At times he would begin to pray spontaneously. The only son of a Texas oil speculator turned preacher and a Broadway star (his parents met before his mothers USO show during the Korean War) he was born in Texas but prior to his first birthday moved to Thailand, where his parents worked to build schools and cultivate Christians. “Back then, Thailand was a lot like here, ” Scott said, gesturing toward the surrounding mountains and jungles. “I learned to ride, swim, and shoot when I was five. I already knew that I wanted to be soldier. ” By the eighth grade he was an Eagle Scout. Ten years later, in the '80s, he was leading an elite airborne strike force in Central America. A few years after that, following a stint as a U. Army Ranger, he joined Special Forces and relocated to Thailand. During his time in the Army, he began participating in triathlons?winning the Panama Studman?and climbing. He has summited Nepals 21, 247-foot Mount Mera, Alaskas Denali, the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, and Mount Rainier (twice in one day. When he retired from the Army in the early '90s, he earned a postgraduate ministerial degree from Californias prestigious Fuller Theological Seminary, then moved back to Thailand to work in Karen and Shan refugee camps on the Thai border. In the mid-1990s, the Myanmar Army initiated a campaign to weaken rebel forces in the ethnic regions. Its a conflict that goes back centuries, between the central Burmans?who account for almost 70 percent of Myanmars population and are largely Buddhist?and the 135 ethnic minorities in the states, who are also predominantly Buddhist but have their own languages, traditions, and rites. Tensions escalated in 1947, after revolutionary hero Aung San, whod crafted a constitution for a federal democratic Burma, was assassinated. Following years of upheaval, a military coup in 1962 put dictator Ne Win in power, backed by a junta of ruling army generals. Win turned Burma into a police state, censoring the media, imprisoning political rivals, and declaring war on rebel ethnic armies?a war that has continued, with varying degrees of violence, ever since, and which many believe is as much about the states resources and key border locations as it is about quashing ethnic rebellion. The repressive regime, which changed the countrys name from Burma to Myanmar in 1989, has been most violent in the states of Karen and Shan. Since 1996, according to the Thailand Burma Border Consortium, an alliance of NGOs that provides aid to refugees and displaced people, 3, 724 villages have been torched, with more than a million people displaced and a large but unknown number dead. Scott entered this tragedy in 1997, during one of the most ruthless outbreaks of violence, when the Myanmar junta?which was renamed the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) that year?launched a major offensive in Karen, Kayah, and Shan, slaughtering thousands. 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I met four friends from University that were working with me on The Moderate and we began making a documentary covering the conflict against ISIS, with the assistance of the Free Burma Rangers and The Council on Global Security. All of a sudden, I found myself in the middle of a war-zone with four friends from university helping me to produce a documentary. We met a number of challenges along the way. One thing I learned from Iraq is that it is impossible to prepare a script or anything that resembles a plan. We constantly found ourselves changing plans and adapting to different situations on a daily basis. Fortunately, we were lucky to meet some of the most extraordinary people you can imagine and that had incredible stories to tell. Although Im not entirely satisfied with the execution of our documentary, it was premiered at the Hollywood Raleigh Studios and it won multiple awards at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. It was screened all over the world and managed to stir up some debate. Parts of our footage got international attention on news outlets and on YouTube alone it received almost a million views. It was this documentary, this experience, that caught my interest in the film industry. You can watch the teaser here! After a few months of publishing the documentary, I decided to launch my own film festival in Copenhagen. I renamed The Moderate to HF Productions and moved the company from London to Copenhagen in 2017. HF Productions emphasized more on production and film festivals and I got rid of the political news department from The Moderate. I initially worked part-time on the business as I joined the Royal Danish Army but since March 2018 I have been working full-time on HF Productions. Today we have 7 employees at our main office in Copenhagen, a cooperation with the Producers Guild of America, a network of over 10. 000 filmmakers, a collection of film festivals and a solid team working towards improving the quality of festivals and content that we produce. We are currently coordinating our launch into Asia where we will be opening an office in Jakarta, Indonesia by March 2019. Our aim is to establish a market presence and open up production possibilities in an otherwise untested market. In the festival department, we are developing a collective brand called Close:Up which aims to connect all of our festivals under one umbrella. We aim to launch this brand around the same time our office in Indonesia takes off. On the user-experience front, we just launched a brand-new website for HF Productions and we are in the early stages of developing an app for audience members to vote for their favorite films at our festivals, and receive special discounts. 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