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The complete journey, starting in Lukla then finally the base camp of Mount Everest.
Every night 3,000 children vanish into the manholes of Ulan Bator, seeking shelter from the bitter cold. Q: “How long have you been living here? A: Two years…” When morning comes they emerge from the stinking sewers to look for
Here is an 8′ trailer to the 122 minute epic documentary of the lives of Ashiq, the Uyghur bards who live in the southern borders of the Taklamakan Desert of far west China. Unlike the traditional life of Sufi practitioners
A FEATURE DOCUMENTARY showing the adventure, peril and serenity of a group’s attempt to climb the world’s most challenging peak. Shot in Pakistan in the summer of 2009 by Ursus Films, K2: SIREN OF THE HIMALAYAS follows world-class alpinists Fabrizio
Nomads describe the ancient practices of water burial and sky burial, threatened by Chinese policies inside Tibet.
MONGOL MORI Producer and Director: Meta Mertens Featuring in Order of Appearance D. Altantsetseg G. Gankhulug (Ganaa) J. Ganbold Travel show Travel video
TAJIKISTAN – The glaciers of the Pamir mountains, which provide over 50% of Central Asia’s water resources, are rapidly melting at a rate similar to Greenland’s continental glacier. Three generations of of Pamiri women share the impacts of the
A horse trainer and his 10-year-old jockey face the biggest day of their year at Mongolia’s Naadam festival, which dates back to before Genghis Khan’s time and celebrates the ‘manly sports’ of wrestling, archery and racing.
RUSSIA – Slava Cheltuev, Telengit community leader and shaman from Russian Altai’s high altitude Kosh Agach Raion traverses the Altai’s sacred lands. He reflects on our 21st century world and stresses the importance of reviving vital traditional knowledge –
Adams hitches a ride with the Taliban to cris-cross Afghanistan: a county where few westerners dare to go. He finally reaches the Bamiyan Buddhas, just before they are destroyed.
Heading to the rough and tumble frontier of western China, Jeff and Peter venture to the city of Kashgar – their first stop on the “Silk Road”.
Documentary charting the history and geography of China’s 5000-mile-long ‘Silk Road’, the channel of trade, commerce and culture that was famously followed by Venetian explorer Marco Polo in the 13th century when he became one of the first Europeans to
President Saparmurat Niyazov of Turkmenistan was the dictator famous in the West for his crazy decrees and bizarre personality cult. But for his people, there was nothing comical about his rule.
In the Northern Areas of Pakistan, amid the rugged Karakoram Mountains, lies a relatively isolated region called Baltistan. The Balti people have struggled in this beautiful and harsh environment, but because men were able to find work as porters to