Children of the Snow Land

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  • Bear Grylls Nov 30, 2017

    "An incredibly inspiring story from the roof of the world where families struggle and sacrifice everything to help their children."

  • Joanna Lumley Nov 30, 2017

    "Imagine not seeing your parents and home for 12 years!  The remote mountain villages in Nepal are notoriously difficult to get to; and yet imagine the black and white choice between home life or being educated miles away.  This is a stunning film."

  • KATE HUMBLE Dec 7, 2018

    "AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY FROM THE VERY ROOF OF THE WORLD, TOLD WITH GREAT SENSITIVITY AND SKILL.  BOTH HEARTBREAKING AND UPLIFTING, THIS IS A FILM FULL OF INSIGHT AND WONDER.  I URGE YOU TO SEE IT."


  • LEVISON WOOD Nov 29, 2018

    "A JOURNEY LIKE THIS IS NO MEAN FEAT EVEN FOR THE MOST EXPERIENCED TREKKERS."


  • Sir Chris Bonington Nov 30, 2017

    "Congratulations on your wonderful film.  I greatly appreciate how valuable your work is and do hope your film leads to generous donations for the wonderful work you are doing to promote better pastoral care in these remote Himalayan areas."

  • Nasana Bajracharya Dec 16, 2017

    Nepali Stories Through International Perspective

    KATHMANDU, Dec 16: With more than 70 films from 37 countries, the 15th Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KIMFF) kicked off on December 14 at QFX Kumari Cinemas, Kamalpokhari. The festival has been a platform for artists, filmmakers and audiences alike to discuss several arrays of documentaries, fiction, short films, experimental films and animation that tell the stories of people from around the world.

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  • Soniya Mar 11, 2018

    UK’s CHIDREN OF THE SNOW LAND Bagged Top Honor At Nepal Human Rights Film Festival

    ‘Children of the Snow Land’ has bagged top honor in Nepal Human Rights Film Festival on Saturday at Kathmandu. Zara Balfour and Marcus Stephenson directorial UK’s 90 minute long film won in ‘best international non-fiction category.’

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