July 9th, 2014
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" Wakhan could be described as a psychedelic documentary, the viewer is left with an unforgettable whiff of the uncanny, with the sense that he has been given a privileged look at what it really going on, and that he is the walrus."
Alex Shoumatoff, explorer and author for Vanity Fair, New Yorker, Smithsonian.

Dear friends, followers and collaborators !

My 78 min feature film "Wakhan" is now available on video on demand for just 10$.
I hope you will like it and share it  :)

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Wakhan, a cinematic poem, sketches two tribes: the Wakhis and the Kyrgyz.
Filmed in furthest reaches of this mythical, Hindu-Kush plateau, and far removed from the Taliban, it's an exploration in the pursuit of pure, non-verbal sensations.
This journey through the Wakhan Corridor connects with the daily lives of these reclusive peoples living at altitudes of 4,000 m. Artistic, experiential and impressionistic, Wakhan peers into this mysterious Afghan reality.

Best 1st or 2nd documentary at RVCQ Festival ( Canada)

To (re) discover the whole project and
National Geographic Traveller winning images :
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