AICEF Prize for Cross-Cultural Filmmaking
Former herder Tumurbaatar works tirelessly as a garbage truck driver in the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar, striving to better his daughter’s education and compete in the modern economy. Torn between life in the city and his home and family in a countryside town, the pressures of distance and separation take a toll. An intimate portrait of one family navigating a changing world.
The American Indonesian Cultural and Educational Foundation has partnered with MNFF and the Bali International Film Festival to create a cross cultural exchange of filmmakers, with an Indonesian filmmaker’s film screening at Middlebury and an American filmmaker’s film screening at Bali. American filmmaker Anji Clubb will attend this screening of Nomad Meets the City.
SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: American Indonesian Cultural and Educational Foundation [AICEF] for its generous support
Date: Friday, August 27
Location: Town Hall Theater
Director: Anji Sauvé Clubb [Attending MNFF7]
Writer: Anji Sauvé Clubb
Producers: Dulguun Bayasgalan, Alice Tabery
Language: Mongolian w/English subtitles