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by Peter Brosens, Jessica Woodworth

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Everything is illuminated

Review: Khadak

Everything is illuminated

Khadak, screened at Venice (Lion of the Future Award), Toronto and Sundance, has won over audiences with its poetic portrayal - a blend of dreams and memories - of the sad reality of Mongolia 

"Bringing the sky down..."

Interview: Jessica Woodworth • Director

"Bringing the sky down..."

For more than ten years, they travelled the length and breadth of the Mongolian steppes. Now the documentary makers have successfully turned their hand to feature production 

Independence at all costs

Interview: Jessica Woodworth • Producer

Independence at all costs

As with previous documentaries, Jessica Woodworth and Peter Brosens have financed their debut feature through their Belgian-based production studio 





international title: Khadak
original title: Khadak
country: Belgium, Germany, Netherlands
sales agent: Telepool
year: 2006
directed by: Jessica Woodworth, Peter Brosens
screenplay: Jessica Woodworth, Peter Brosens
cast: Khayankhyarvaa Batzul, Dagvadorj Dugarsuren, Byamba Tsetsegee, Banzar Damchaa, Dashnyam Tserendarizav, Enkhtaivan Uuriintuya, Namsrai Otgontogos

main awards/selection

Venice 2006Venice Days (selection), Lion of the Future (Luigi de Laurentiis Award for a First Feature)
CultuurPrijs van Vlaanderen 2006 voor Film(2006 Flemish Culture Award for a film)

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