Lifelines Film

By Dr. Jane Dyson

Jane Dyson has recently produced the short documentary film ‘Lifelines’. The film is set in the Indian High Himalayas, in a village where she has been conducting ethnographic fieldwork for more than a decade. It looks at one man’s story, in a village undergoing rapid social and economic change.

The film has been nominated for a number of awards, including being shortlisted for the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival.

To watch it, and to access a selection of accompanying teaching materials designed for secondary and higher educational students, click on on the picture below, or this (link).

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