Facing the Mountain

If you have a spare 20 minutes, perhaps in a lunch break, or waiting for the train, I can not more highly recommend Ross Harrison’s new film Facing the Mountain.

It is now available for free viewing on facingthemountain.com

Set in the sacred valley of Kedarnath in India’s lofty Garhwal Himalayas, Facing the Mountain explores what it means to live through disaster in a rapidly changing natural and social environment. The idea for the film was developed as part of his research into disaster risk and community resilience in changing high-mountain environments, which is supported by the University of Sheffield and the Dudley Stamp Memorial Award (administered by the Royal Geographical Society with IBG). More information can be found here.

Vimeo: vimeo.com/191685272

Youtube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYnIu6xeglE

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Read an article by Ross Harrison, the director of the film: http://www.bit.ly/2eY4imV

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3 responses to “Facing the Mountain

  1. Hullo, Tim! Very many thanks for your exceedingly kind blog post on Facing the Mountain! By the way, my other Himalayan research site is near the holy Mt Kangchengyao in Bhutia-Drokpa North Sikkim… If you are still in Oxford, I must

  2. Zemirah Moffat

    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing Tim

    Love

    Zem

    Dr Zemirah Moffat Flat 0/2 11 Carfin Street Govanhill G42 7QA 07803332344

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