22 results for your search

Becoming a Man, Becoming a Man in Siberia
See details
directed by Benoît Ségur, in Becoming a Man (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2004), 52 mins
Becoming a Man in Siberia follows the epic ordeals of young men who live in different countries of the giant Siberia. Each will face a grueling initiation quest to make the difficult passage to manhood. If they fail, they will remain children forever. In Siberia, Edik has to face wolves to protect his 4000 reindee...
directed by Benoît Ségur, in Becoming a Man (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2004), 52 mins
×
Depending on Heaven
See details
directed by Peter Entell, fl. 1988; produced by Peter Entell, fl. 1988 (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 1988), 53 mins
This two part film focusses on Mongols living in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China. Both sections would be excellent as teaching aids, particularly when accompanied by appropriate literature. The cinematography is stunning, evoking a strong mixture of the power of the environment-the expanse of the des...
directed by Peter Entell, fl. 1988; produced by Peter Entell, fl. 1988 (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 1988), 53 mins
×
Disappearing World, Mongolia, Part 1: On the Edge of the Gobi
See details
directed by Brian Moser, fl. 1960; produced by Brian Moser, fl. 1960, in Disappearing World (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 1975), 53 mins
Mongolia is a country the size of Western Europe with under 1.5 million people but over 23 million head of livestock. This film concentrates on life in the great plains of Mongolia, at the foot of the Altai mountains, where the ancient skills of the Mongol horsemen coexist with the new methods of the socialist rev...
directed by Brian Moser, fl. 1960; produced by Brian Moser, fl. 1960, in Disappearing World (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 1975), 53 mins
×
Endangered civilizations, Children of a Wide Space - The Mongolian from Gobi
See details
directed by Alain Bourrillon, fl. 1995; produced by Pascal Bensoussan, fl. 1987, Telewizja Polska, Walewska Productions, Samarka Productions, ArcH'Organisation, Cinquiéme and F Productions, in Endangered civilizations (Paris, Ile-de-France: 10 Francs, 1999), 51 mins
Tunga is 20. She is a provincial girl in town to study journalism. Life in Ulaan Bator is hard when one has to live on a small budget: but she scrapes by. She has to return home because her father has had an accident. We discover life in Mongolia countryside. There is nothing much there except for immense, wide-op...
directed by Alain Bourrillon, fl. 1995; produced by Pascal Bensoussan, fl. 1987, Telewizja Polska, Walewska Productions, Samarka Productions, ArcH'Organisation, Cinquiéme and F Productions, in Endangered civilizations (Paris, Ile-de-France: 10 Francs, 1999), 51 mins
×
The Frozen Tomb of Mongolia
See details
directed by Cédric Robion, fl. 2007 (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2014), 53 mins
In the frozen steppes of the Altay, a Franco-Mongolian archeological expedition prepares to excavate the tomb of an Eastern Scythian warrior, 2 300 years old. Their ritual practice of deep burial of the dead, in combination with extreme climatic conditions, may mean that these scientists will discover the last fro...
directed by Cédric Robion, fl. 2007 (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2014), 53 mins
×
Little Man, 19, Solta & Souvta
See details
directed by Benoît Ségur; produced by Manuel Catteau, fl. 2007, in Little Man, 19 (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2006), 6 mins
Life is not always taught on school benches. In many countries, children must first learn ancestral traditions and know-hows. This series invites kids to travel the world and discover other lifestyles and ways of growing up. Each episode features a different child who is initiated by an elder to a special task in...
directed by Benoît Ségur; produced by Manuel Catteau, fl. 2007, in Little Man, 19 (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2006), 6 mins
×
Living Cultures, Morin Khuur: The Soul of the Mongolian Horseman
See details
directed by Benoît Ségur; produced by Manuel Catteau, fl. 2007, in Living Cultures (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2006), 52 mins
In the Mongolian steppes, a family of horse herders welcomes four city children for several months. They have come to learn the Morin Khuur, an ancestral fiddle, and the untamed nature of the plains are a great source of inspiration. Omba, a wise old musician, teaches them this magical instrument, said to have hea...
directed by Benoît Ségur; produced by Manuel Catteau, fl. 2007, in Living Cultures (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2006), 52 mins
×
Adventure High
See details
written by Liivo Niglas, 1971-; directed by Liivo Niglas, 1971-; produced by Liivo Niglas, 1971- (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 1 hour 30 mins
Five young men - including the filmmaker - take a four-month break from their responsible adult lives to travel by bicycle from Mongolia to Nepal hoping to experience old-fashioned travel adventures.
written by Liivo Niglas, 1971-; directed by Liivo Niglas, 1971-; produced by Liivo Niglas, 1971- (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 1 hour 30 mins
×
Balapan, the Wings of the Altai
See details
directed by Hamid Sardar (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2005), 52 mins
In the Deloun valley of western Mongolia, men struggle to keep their sheep herd alive from hungry wolves. To fight back, they have decided to organize a massive wolves hunt with their tamed eagle. Khoda Bergen, is 14 years-old and dreams of participating in the hunt. Before that however, he will first have to capt...
directed by Hamid Sardar (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2005), 52 mins
×
Call for Grace
See details
directed by Laetitia Merli, 1969-; produced by University of Manchester. Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology (Manchester, England: University of Manchester. Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology, 2000), 31 mins
During Mongolia's seventy years of domination by the Soviet Union, shamanism, like many aspects of Mongolian tradition, was forbidden by the Communist authorities, and went into decline. Since the early 1990s, however, it has been undergoing a revival, and is rapidly regaining its place in Mongolian cultural iden...
directed by Laetitia Merli, 1969-; produced by University of Manchester. Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology (Manchester, England: University of Manchester. Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology, 2000), 31 mins
×

Pages