BHUTAN: LAND OF THE BLACK NECKED CRANE
(c) Greg Pope
BHUTAN: LAND OF THE BLACK NECKED CRANE (USA, 2011, 15 min.)
Embark on an exotic journey to the small Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan high in the Himalayan Mountains. See how a benevolent king promotes Gross Domestic Happiness for his citizens while fostering respect for the environment and natural resources. Travel with George Archibald, Co-founder of the International Crane Foundation, to see the rare and endangered black necked cranes. Directed by Greg Pope and Rhett Turner.
Panel moderated by Bruce Bunting, President, Bhutan Foundation. Panelists are 86 Centimetres filmmaker Henk de Jong, Tshering Yangzom, Program Officer, Bhutan Foundation, and Tshewang Wangchuk, Conservation Advisor, Bhutan Foundation.
Shown with 86 CENTIMETERS
FREE. No reservations required.