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Kesang Tseten honoured


Kathmandu-based writer/filmmaker Kesang Tseten's stirring documentary film We Homes Chaps has been selected by the American Museum of Natural History's prestigious Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival as part of its year-long travelling show, to be screened at 25 venues around the world. The documentary follows the scattering and homing instincts of former students of Dr Graham's Homes, a Scottish Presbyterian orphanage in Kalimpong, India, as they reunite as adults, still deeply affected by the social and family displacements that originally landed them in the orphanage. We Homes Chaps is being promoted as one of the highlights of the film and video festival, the largest showcase for independent cultural documentaries in the United States. The festival kicked off on 7 November with 39 documentaries from over 19 countries.



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(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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