Gyalmu’s House has been selected for the Ulju Mountain Film Festival, South Korea’s only dedicated mountain fest. Very happy, and hoping to go.
I’ve just been sent a digest of some of the feedback about Gyalmu’s House from the Banff Film Festival tour, it is truly rewarding when you realise that your film spoke to people, and more importantly that the situation of those in Langtang was effectively put on screen. – It’s important to not forget what … Continue reading Feedback from Banff
Today, April 25th, is the 2 year anniversary of the Nepal earthquake. Aeon magazine, the on-line journal of ideas, science and culture has posted a special exclusive cut of Gyalmu’s House to mark the event. This cut is shorter than the version currently on Steep Edge and playing at festivals, and was prepared especially for … Continue reading Aeon marks 2nd anniversary with release of Gyalmu’s House.
Gyalmu’s House was playing before the remarkable full length doc, Holy (un)Holy River at Boulder, a beautiful but terrible portrait of the Ganges and its suffering at the hands of those who worship it, it won best adventure film at Banff. It therefore made an extremely apposite partner piece to Gyalmu’s House. We’re delighted to … Continue reading Gyalmu’s House well received at Boulder