The documentary film about Natsagdorj.D, Khamba Lama created by artists of England will be released in the next summer

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The film crew including Benjamin Johns, film director, producer of England, Konstantin Palvidis, consultant producer, and Gerry Vasbenter, cameraman made the documentary film about Natsagdorj.D, Khamba Lama of Manba Datsan Monastery, the bigger representative of Buddhism and Traditional Medicine of Mongolia and they finally completed their film and came back. Benjamin Johns, a famous producer for documentary film is creating the serial documentary films “World Enlighteners” and within the serial films, he chose to create the documentary film Natsagdorj.D, Honored medical doctor, Khamba Lama based on searching world people. Benjamin Johns, producer of the film said that we came Mongolia on Feb 24, 2017, began our film shooting and shooting in Mongolia lasted for a month and successfully finished it. In early of April, the final shooting will be made in London and an official film launching ceremony will be taken place in Mongolia.

He continued” Our first film of “The World’s enlightener” serials could bring a big success. Hence, we had a chance to resolve financial problem and conduct study of next film. Konstantin Pavlidis, my partner, who is working now as a consultant producer in the film proposed to create the documentary film about Khamba lama and researched more him. After visiting in Mongolia, when we were meeting and shooting fil Natsagdorj.D, Khamba Lama, we felt that Natsagdorj.D, Khamba lama is hardworking, enlightener and great person. I am confident that our documentary film will be very interesting and good. We believe our film shooting will be finished in April and its official launching will be in July or August. Moreover, the documentary film will be opened officially in Tsagaanchuluut soum, motherland of Khamba lama and Zavkhan aimag. Because of a part of our film shooting was done in Zavkhan aimag and Tsagaanchuluut soum, motherland of Khamba lama. The native citizens are main role of the film and so we respect and show our documentary film them.”

The first one of the serials named “World’s enlightener’ was “Uncle Max Dulumunmun of the Yuin Nation” which described senior citizen, Australian native. This documentary film was appreciated highly by international film festival. Benjamin Johns, producer has created numerous documentaries in England and also several documentaries were created in overseas. Such as, “The Nihang” about Sikh nomadic tribe in India, “Jose Louis Cortez” about jazz musician who is popular with people of the Republic of Cube. The most successful film is “The Huichols” created in Mexico which described the shamanists, hunters’ tribe that lives in mountain and engages farmer agriculture.

He had participated successfully in the London and international film festivals by his films. Moreover, he is planning to participate in the international film festivals by the documentary film about Natsagdorj.D, Khamba lama. This documentary film is important to show      

This documentary film about Natsagdorj.D, Khamba lama has much essentially significance not only to show his private business and work but also Mongolian history, culture, education, Buddhist religion and traditional medicine heritage to the world viewers and promote and raise Mongolia to the world. Natsagdorj.D, Khamba lama said “I am very pleased that the world film team intended to make film about the world’s enlighteners” and choose me among a billion people and visit in Mongolia. It is more delighted that this film not shows my work and achievement and raise or promote name of Mongolia to the world.

Gerry Vasbenter, cameramen of the film said “The shootings in Mongolia were extremely fascinating”. He is well-experienced cameraman and was working as a cameraman in prestigious movies such as “The Lord of the ring”, “Star wars” and “Gravity”.

Gerry Vasbenter shared his opinions about working in Mongolia”I was working as a cameraman in the many films around the world. During these times, I have never seen such a special appearance and wonderful people as Mongolian. As for a cameraman, there are the people with unique profile and glamorous nature or environment in Mongolia not losing unique moment by camera.

I have always dreamed to have been in Mongolia. I am very happy to come true my dream and make a great film there. Moreover, Gerry Vasbenter expressed his thanks to young artists who had worked and supported in the documentary film about Natsagdorj.D Khamba Lamaand appreciated highly their knowledge and skill. Purev worked as an engineer of film sound and Chadraabal.D as an assistant cameraman in the film and both of them has worked in many Mongolian films.

As for success, Benjamin Johns, a film director, producer awarded “The best short film” prize by his creation “Candy Bar Kid” from The British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 2003, and awarded “The best cartoon film” prize by “Traffic warden” movie from “HD FEST” festival in 2008.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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