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Kate Humble: Living with Nomads (Nepal - Full Documentary) | TRACKS

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Kate Humble: Living with Nomads (Nepal - Full Documentary) | TRACKS

Kate Humble and a camera crew enter the rugged and nomadic life of the Nepalese Raute people, roaming the altitudes of Nepal's mountains. They are not immediately welcomed into the tribe but as Kate proves helpful in moving the camp and as a contributing part of the workforce, she is able to get closer to the tribe - and by that closer to an understanding of the Raute people's way of life, including the challenges and possible new lessons for Kate to learn.

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Kate Humble: Living with Nomads (Siberia - Full Documentary) | TRACKS

In this episode, Kate Humble enters the deep, cold Siberian desert of snow and ice to live with some of the strongest surviving nomads of the world.

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Kate Humble: Trying to Befriend the Raute Nomads of Nepal | TRACKS

Kate Humble is trying to befriend the nomadic Raute people roaming the altitudes of Nepal. She is not exactly welcomed by the nomadic tribe and merely considered a way to make money, little by little she may win their respect carrying heavy loads of wood and helping out with other similar heavy duty work.

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Life With Mongolian Nomads (Kate Humble Documentary) | Real Stories

Kate Humble lives with the Mongolian nomads from the secluded Hugh land steppe, where she will learn about the challenges faced by these ancient nomadic tribes.

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Peru | Wild Shepherdess with Kate Humble | BBC Documentary

In Peru, Kate Humble discovers that the alpaca industry is on a knife edge.This programme contains scenes of animal slaughter


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Living With Nepal's Last Nomads (Global Documentary) | Real Stories

In a demanding and emotional journey, Kate Humble travels with the Raute, Nepal's very last nomadic community of just 140 hunter-gatherers.

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Afghanistan | Wild Shepherdess with Kate Humble | BBC Documentary

In Afghanistan, Kate Humble meets traditional shepherds in the remote Wakhan Corridor.


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Kate Humble Opens Up About Not Wanting To Have Children | Lorraine

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Kate Humble is in the studio chatting about her dog Teg and the Welsh sheepdog breed. She also opens up about why she's chosen not to have children.

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Last Nomads of Everest| Award Winning Documentary || 2020

Maroon Studio Presents Last Nomads Of Everest

Last Nomads of Everest is a documentary exploring the wilderness of the snowy Himalayas. Covered in the snow is the Nurkum village that lies around Everest region at the height of 4000 m above sea level. This documentary tells the story of the last Sherpa family holding the traditional Sherpa profession of Mountain cow husbandry in the most extreme weather condition. Aesthetically presented, this documentary tries to show the redemption and pain while holding the old way of tradition in the backdrop of modernist way of life. The poignant and spiritual glimpses of the Sherpa village, the people, the amazing costumes and their religious ceremonies are the glares of this cinematic treat.


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Director: Nischal Poudyal
Producer: Hiraz Babu Gorkhali
Executive Producer: Nirjal Poudyal
Script Writer, Researcher & Narrator: Serku Sherpa
Cinematographer: Prajwal Raut (Gokul)

Official Selection
Sheffield Docs,United Kingdom
35th Torello Mountain Film Festival,Spain
West Nordic International Film Festival,Norway
Tryon International Film Festival,United States
Reedy Reels Film Festival,United States
Pokhara International Mountain Film Festival,Nepal
International Film Festival ZOOM - ZBLIZENIA,Poland
Central Alberta Film Festival,Canada
Green Mountain Film Festival,United States
Asinabka Film & Media arts Festival,Canada
Night Of The Short Film,Belgium
14th Mountain Film Meetings,Poland
Eugene Environmental Film Festival,United States
Nuovi Mondi Mountain Film Festival,Italy
Wairoa Māori Film Festival,New Zealand
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नेपाल अमेरिका अन्तरास्ट्रिय चलचित्र महोत्सब , बाल्टिमो

The Nomadic Night | SLICE | Full documentary

At an altitude of 4500 meters, on the highest plateaus of Karnak in the Himalayan région of Ladakh, in a lunar setting where the sky blends with the mineral immensity, director Marianne Chaud filmed the movements of these last nomads. Immersed for months in their community, speaking their language, she placed her camera as close as possible to their voices and gestures, offering viewers encounters of a rare intimacy. As much as the splendor of the landscapes, the extreme harshness of the living conditions or the emotion shared with these nomads, it is this closeness that creates the magic of the film.

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Himalaya, Land of Women | Full Documentary | SLICE

At an altitude of nearly 4,000 meters, Sking is one of the most isolated villages in the Himalayan region of Zanskar. In just three months, from August to October, the Zanskaris have to harvest and store all their food for the coming year. All the women-young and old alike-work nonstop, from dawn to dusk, and worry about the arrival of winter.

Filmed from the point of view of a subjective camera by a young female ethnologist, Land of Women offers a sensitive and poetic immersion in the life of four generations of women during harvesting season. We share their rare intimacy and gradually grow attached to them.

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The Frankincense Trail 4/4 Israel & Jordon

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The Frankincense Trail is a documentary series that traces the ancient frankincense trade route of Arabia across the modern world of the Middle East. Intrepid presenter Kate Humble follows the 2,000-mile trail that first connected the Arab world with the West on a quest that is steeped in history, searing with desert heat, and full of characters and adventure.

For 3,000 years before the birth of Christ, frankincense was more valuable than gold. Its sweet-smelling aromatic smoke was treasured by Pharaohs and Caesars. Their insatiable demand for frankincense created a trade route from the southern coast of Oman to the Holy Lands. Along its path, men waged war and civilisations thrived and crumbled.

The treacherous 2,000-mile journey from the Arabian Sea to the shores of the Mediterranean was undertaken by masterful desert traders. Vast camel caravans carried thousands of tonnes of frankincense across tribal lands constituting the modern-day Middle East. Following the trail, Kate explores ancient skyscraper cities, temples to long-forgotten gods, grand palaces and magical ruins buried in sand yet alive with legend.

In this final episode, Kate Humble concludes her remarkable frankincense trail from Oman, across seven nations to Jordan, and on to Israel. She reveals the secrets behind the ancient Jordanian stone city of Petra, flies with a daredevil female pilot over the Sinai desert, travels to the sacred city Jerusalem, and finds out why a small plot of land is the most contested site in the world. Kate ends her extraordinary journey following in the footsteps of the Three Wise Men to Bethlehem.

Nomadic tribes of Mongolia. Full Documentary

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This is the story of three nomadic tribes of Mongolia which, though they inhabit the same territory, have different cultures and traditions. But with one common denominator, they are all HEIRS OF GENGHIS KHAN.
800 years ago, this man, called Timuyin and better known as Genghis Khan, “The King of the Universe”, managed to create the largest empire ever known in the history of humanity.

It all begin in the year 1190 when Genghis Khan managed to bring together the different nomadic tribes of Mongolia in a single, powerful army of 200,000 men. This, and his undoubted military genius, enabled him to conquer vast territories, stretching from the Pacific to the heart of Europe, and from northern Siberia to India, Iran and Turkey.
His armies – relatively small, highly disciplined, extremely well coordinated and with innovative military skill and great mobility, were organised into “toumans”, a basic formation of 10,000 warriors on horseback. The Mongol hordes lived out in the field and their battle tactics consisted of surprise attacks, charging at the enemy flanks and rearguard before launching heavy cavalry assaults.

With the end of the Khan dynasty, a series of civil wars threw the country into confusion, until, in 1578, Buddhism was established as the form of government, under the leadership of Altan Khaan. Two centuries later, Mongolia came under Chinese control, until 1924 when, with the creation of the soviet bloc, the country converted to communism and became a satellite of the USSR.

With the arrival of the Russians, Mongolia underwent rapid changes, modernising and industrialising. Buildings, bridges, roads, railway lines, factories and schools were constructed…and the nomads looked on in astonishment as, virtually overnight, their country was transformed from a primitive feudal society to the progress of the twentieth century.

Ulan Bator became the new, cosmopolitan capital of this renewed country, designed in accordance with the cold, impersonal urban planning standards of the Soviets. The result is an atmosphere which gives the visitor the impression of having landed in a lost, remote city in Siberia.

But with the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989, and the consequent disintegration of the Soviet bloc, the Russians left just as quickly as they had arrived, and overnight Mongolia was completely paralysed, suffering political and economic collapse from which it has still far from recovered. Since then, the city has rapidly deteriorated, and its inhabitants struggle to survive as best they can.
The situation in rural areas is also dramatic, and every day hundreds of families arrive in the city, fleeing from poverty and hunger. The new settlements which have been established in recent years have doubled the surface area of Ulan Bator and it is calculated that around forty per cent of the city’s inhabitants still live in “gers”, the houses of the nomads.

But in any case, and despite the great empires, invasions, civil wars and political and social experiments, in the interior of the country few things have changed since the time of Genghis Khan.
On the vast Siberian steppes, where winter lasts for ten months, the life of these nomads is virtually the same as that of their ancestors. The horse is still their means of transport, and they continue to live by cattle-rearing and hunting.
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A Day in the Life of a Mongolian Nomadic Shepherd (Kate Humble: Living with Nomads) | TRACKS

Kate Humble is on an adventure to the vast Gobi desert in Mongolia, where she will live as a nomadic shepherd with a small family.

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Takasera: A Portrait of a Himalayan Village | Documentary Film | Nepal

This film is a portrait of Takasera and follows every day and festival life of the village. It is a slow-paced observational documentary that touches upon the cultural, political and social realities of the region, creating the feeling of “being there”.

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To the outside world, it may seem an isolated and forgotten place, but Takasera is, in fact, the centre of Kham Magar culture.

Takasera is settled on a hill above an ancient lakebed, composed of hundreds of tightly interwoven houses, giving an appearance of a giant buzzing bee-hive. Surrounded by the mountains, and connected only by a dead-end dirt road, it leads a life of its own.

This film is a portrait of Takasera and follows every day and festival life of the village. It is a slow-paced observational documentary that touches upon the cultural, political and social realities of the region, creating the feeling of “being there”.


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Nomad woman's life in Tibet Drokpa(Eng Chin Subtitles Full Documentary)

Across the Tibetan Plateau, many nomads no longer live in tents or use the tools that were once essential to traditional nomadic life. Those tools that remain gather dust in storerooms, while the people who know how to make and use them grow older. Nevertheless, these materials and the related oral traditions remain valuable features of Tibetan cultural heritage. the film concentrates on the daily life of Tibetan village women--fetching water, feeding livestock (swine, a yak, a mule), milking, cleaning the stables, cooking, household religious activity, weeding fields, transporting manure to fields, yak dung for fuel--along with commentary .Rare insight into Tibetan village nomad womens lives.

LIVING WITH NOMADS IN KYRGYZSTAN (A Night In A Yurt)

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