Documentaries & reportages

Shivering Beauty - Soundscape of Mongolia

Shivering Beauty - Soundscape of Mongolia
Robin Noorda travelled in 4 years in several seasons trough Mongolia and ended up in quite a variation of places where a common tourist would not be able to come or dare to go. An unexpected and personal landscape of an intriguing Mongolia as few experienced was thus created. Noorda presents a critical visual impression of contemporary Mongolia. Besides the original charms of the land and culture, he focuses also on the contrasting struggle of the quickly westernizing land of which the people underwent a transition of unfree an equal to free and unequal.
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The last day of ‘Doe Maar’

The last day of ‘Doe Maar’
A film made during the very last day of existence of this Dutch pop band, part of the DVD ‘Hees van Ahoy’. (V2 records) Made together with Daniel Rooijackers
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Stelarc, Motion Prosthesis

Stelarc, Motion Prosthesis
Participation in, and reportage of the inverse motion capture project of the Australian artist Stelarc.
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'Shivering Beauty - Soundscape of Mongolia'

'Shivering Beauty - Soundscape of Mongolia'
A musical documentary on the harsh life in Mongolia and the transition of unfree and equal towards free and unequal after 70 years Soviet rule. With music of the famous ‘National Mongolian Ensemble’. Part of ‘The Shivering beauty of Mongolia’ a cross media project’ consisting of the photo book ‘Mindmapping Mongolia’ and the film. To obtain the book and film see: www.asoka.nl
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