November 24th, 2017


Movies to Watch at the Australian Film Festival in Thimphu

In celebration of the 15 year bilateral relationship between Bhutan and Australia, the Australian High Commission is organizing a small film festival showcasing some of the best films from the country. Here are the details on the films, timing and venue. Film: The Dressmaker (2015) Synopsis: Accused of murder when she […]

October 15th, 2017


Her World Brides Magazine’s Wedding Shoot in Bhutan

Jesseca Liu and Jeremy Chan, two of Singapore’s popular singers/actors, visited Bhutan with the Her World Brides Magazine to shoot a spectacular wedding photoshoot in Paro and Thimphu. The stunning evening gowns set against the backdrop of Bhutanese architecture and luscious green landscape. by Hannah Park Videos from Her World […]

September 3rd, 2017


Imtiaz Ali Tries Bhutanese Food

When Imtiaz Ali, the Director behind Bollywood gems like Highway, Rockstar, Jab We Met and so many more, came to Bhutan for Mountain Echoes Literary Festival, he took some time to have lunch with us and waiiiii….he’s so humble la! This special zhimmey segment is Imtiaz Ali trying Bhutanese food but […]

March 7th, 2017


Interview with the Cast & Director of ‘THIMPHU’.

Together with the celebration of International Women’s day, Filmmaker Chand R.C releases his second feature film ‘Thimphu’, supported by RENEW. Yeewong sits down with the cast and Director of the film to talk about the film.

January 17th, 2017


Hema Hema: Behind the Masks

“YOUR POWER IS THAT YOU’RE NOT KNOWN.” Masked dancers glow in the light of a bonfire, twirling between the shadows, lurking behind a false identity. Every twelve years, hundreds of souls gather in the forest, embroiled in a lucid journey of transformation. Text by Jessica Vernon Studio Shoot by Solly […]

December 16th, 2016


Hema Hema: A Review By Sonam Wangmo Dukpa-Jhalani

The title “Hema Hema: Sing Me a Song While I Wait” evokes a story that belongs to the past and also to the present. This is the unusual space the movie occupies; it is of this world and of another at the same time.