Asian Environmental Documentaries

Nick Deocampo (filmmaker)
2014. API Fellowship Programs
19cm x 13.7cm, 2 DVDs in slipcase (all region)
ISBN 0133836817871

RM160.00

This complete collection of documentaries bring viewers into the heart of ecological challenges faced by Asia’s endangered natural habitats and the struggle of local communities to counter man-made and natural disasters.

Asian Environmental Documentaries 6 Full-Length Documentaries on ecological challenges faced by Asia s endangered natural habitats and the struggle of local communities to counter man-made and natural disasters. Beautifully shot in Batanes (Philippines), Biwako (Japan), Kali Code (Indonesia), Khiriwong (Thailand) and Tasik Chini (Malaysia) by multiple award wining director, Nick Deocampo. Central to the study of the region s environments is the discovery of how communities develop indigenous ways to respond to environmental challenges. Two stand out as notable responses: Spirituality and Community Action. Studying the community initiatives made by five characters facing the brunt of nature’s calamities, lessons are drawn from their local wisdom, initiatives and experiences both successes and failures which can be shared with the wider public towards developing better responses in the future. The documentary series includes one full-length documentary embodying all the sites titled.

Weight 250 g
Dimensions 19 × 13.7 × 3 cm