A 25-min documentary about earthquakes in Nepal, featuring interviews with scientists and villagers, easy-to-understand animation, and new scientific discoveries that can help to minimize casualties from future seismic activity. A production of the Earth Observatory of Singapore in collaboration with the National Seismological Center of Nepal.
Director: Isaac Kerlow
Isaac Kerlow (Director, Ratu River) is an independent filmmaker, artist and writer. He grew up in Mexico City and has lived in Asia for over 10 years. His work typically deals with change, and the human condition.
Genres:Nepal, Nature, Science, Earthquakes
Runtime:25 minutes 10 seconds
Completion Date:September 1, 2015
Country of Origin:Singapore
Country of Filming:Nepal