Confluence is where two rivers meet, in this case the Mekong and Khan rivers in Luang Prabang.
When the water levels, after the rains during the wet season, slowly go down it’s time to pick up the nets and go fishing.
Enjoy the scenery!
Filmed and Edited by Adri Berger
A project supported and managed by Friends Without A Border together with the Luang Prabang Medical Department. The hospital is being build on the grounds of the provincial hospital and is expected to open it’s doors early in 2015. The film was made to be shown during the annual gala dinner in April 2014 to raise money in support of medical care in SE Asia.
The film was shot and edited by Adri Berger
Special thanks to Friends Without A Border!
For donations please visit the website: www.fwab.org
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This short film shows part of the working seasons for most of the Hmong living in the mountains of Northern Laos. The film follows a couple while they slash and burn the hillside to prepare for planting rice. The rice will be mainly used for their own subsistence and after the harvest stored in the village where they live.
A CITY FULL OF LIFE
Bangalore or Bengaluru is the capital of Karnataka in the South of India. It’s India’s third most populous city and mostly known for being the hub of India’s information technology sector. On assignment for a Singapore based client I managed some time to capture part of street life and the colourful people living here, a city experiencing an incredible fast paced change, and becoming one of the top ten entrepreneurial locations in the world.
The city is full of life, and the food an absolute treat almost anywhere. One of my favourite places is the 13th Floor with great views over town. Yes a bit pricey but worth a visit at least once. Early evening is a good time to see the light change over the city and I had the lovely company of the people I was working for from Singapore. I left that evening with a heavy heart on the red eye to Bangkok.