Germany 2020 – Director: Minsu Park – Original language: English, Ladakhi – Subtitles: English – Length: 89 min.

Even in the world’s most remote mountain regions, globalisation leaves its mark: on fashion, waste and a teenager’s dreams to become a software developer. Her parents support her wholeheartedly, for as farmers they get to feel the consequences of climate change.




Minsu Park is a German director and cameraman of South Korean origin. The film AMMA & APPA (camera) celebrated its premiere at the Berlinale and was shown at the DOK.fest Munich. His graduation film at the University of Television and Film in Munich SEWOL – DIE GELBE ZEIT (2017) won Studio Hamburg Prize for Best Documentary and Grimme Prize (2018).


SEWOL – DIE GELBE ZEIT, DE / AT 2016, 77 min.



For VIKTOR DOK.horizonte (worth 5,000 Euros, sponsored by Petra-Kelly-Stiftung)


FFF Talent Award Documentary Film (endowed with 5,000 Euros, sponsored by FFF Bayern)


English/Original Title: CHADDR – A RIVER BETWEEN US. Writer: Gregor Koppenburg. Camera: Minsu Park. Sound: Andreas Goldbrunner. Editing: Ulrike Tortora. Music: Henrik Ajax. Production: Karbe Film GmbH. Producer: Lena Karbe. Koproduktion: NDR. Redaktion: Eric Friedler, Silke Schütze. Co-Producers: Minsu Park. International Sales: TBA Distribution: Film Kino Text.

DOK.horizonte Competition – Cinema of Urgency 2020

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