In the past six weeks we have gathered over 30 hours of footage. Now that shooting is complete, the somewhat tedious task of organizing reels and translating three different dialects begins.
Grappling with electrical cuts and transferring issues took a bit of time to get video posted on the blog. My apologies. There is more to come. But I wanted to share a few very short clips with you for now.
These clips were all shot on Sony's EX1R HD camcorder. The camera has been an absolute dream.
Junita is the 5-year-old daughter of one of the main characters in the documentary. She is playing in a corn field in her village of Amahi, in Nepal's Terai.
An infant feeds his mother in Dolakha, Nepal. We shot this in the recovery room at a government sponsored health camp for 'fallen womb.' Over 130 hysterectomies were completed in three days.
Buddhist prayer flags catch a breeze at sunset.