Villagers watch Qinghai nomad Lhaze’s film Yak Dung.

Novice filmmakers in rural China depict their lives thanks to course on documentary making

  • A former Buddhist monk has made films about the many uses to which nomads put yak dung, and the ecological value of the pika, an animal on the Tibet Plateau
  • He is one of nearly 300 beneficiaries of a programme to teach villagers how to make films about their environment and way of life
Topic |   Chinese language cinema

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Villagers watch Qinghai nomad Lhaze’s film Yak Dung.
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