Puppet master Chen Xihuang's efforts to revive a fading traditional art have successfully brought Taiwanese glove puppetry to an international stage.
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How can important memories be conveyed to the next generation? In Japan, a country of forests and mountains, work methods that have long been at the heart of mountain life are quietly disappearing in the course of modernisation.
Indian filmmaker Ruchika puts herself in the process of an arranged marriage to take a look at the realities of the system.
Follow the story of Nang, as she guides three young boys through the dangerous pitfalls of the life of a runaway in Bangkok.
A 23-year-old girl opens an online shop selling “the rest of her life.” In her own words posted on the website: “It’s your right to arrange my life, and it’s my duty to serve you."
Living for the Dead takes viewers on an emotional journey through the eyes of three individuals who perform funeral rites for unclaimed dead bodies, giving them dignity in death.
This film is about the nomadic life of shepherds known as Bakerwals of Kashmir, as they journey from Jammu to Kashmir Valley and back, a place called “Paradise on Earth”.
Follow three Miao men, living in the northern part of Guangxi province, Southern China, who participate in horse fighting - a custom which started about 600 years ago.
Two men have been risking their lives for the past 17 years to hunt and capture wild buffaloes in their village at Kampung Lukut Kota Tinggi, Johor, Malaysia.
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