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Take flight with the heavenly bird of the Himalayas, the Black Necked Crane. Behold the heart and mind of the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan, a land the world has called, “The Last Shangri-La.”

Journey to the cloud kingdom’s 17th century fortress monasteries (Dzongs), and discover its artistry, dance, music, unmatched natural beauty and ancient spiritual beliefs.

Learn why this peaceful nation of Buddhists believes in “Gross National Happiness” and what inspires them to teach their children that conservation comes first.

Canadian filmmaker, musician and Craniac, Peter Prince, shares a story of cultural adaptation and celebration, where global influences challenge Bhutanese farmers and their traditional way of life. At stake are the pristine alpine meadows of Bhutan’s Phobjika Valley: the magnificent wetland habitat of the endangered Black Necked Crane.

Director: Peter Prince

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