Villagers watch Qinghai nomad Lhaze’s film Yak Dung. Villagers watch Qinghai nomad Lhaze’s film Yak Dung.
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
Villagers watch Qinghai nomad Lhaze’s film Yak Dung. Villagers watch Qinghai nomad Lhaze’s film Yak Dung.
Villagers watch Qinghai nomad Lhaze’s film Yak Dung.
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