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Journey In Diphonia's English web page is online!

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Journey In Diphonia's English web page is online!

Time: February 11, 2017 to March 31, 2017
Location: Online
City/Town: France / Mongolia
Website or Map: http://voyageendiphonie.com/e…
Event Type: film
Organized By: Routes Nomades / Les Films du Rocher
Latest Activity: Feb 11

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The documentary maker Jean-François Castell has started the shooting of the film Journey In Diphonia, a sequel of Masters of Overtone Singing. This new film traces back the adventures of the project 'Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii', to present the Mongolian khöömii in all its diversity and contemporaneity.

To create this film, we have started a crowdfunding campaign until the 31 March 2017.

Please find out more about this project and contribute according to your possibilities: www.voyageendiphonie.com

Here's the film trailer on youtube:
https://youtu.be/xinUw4uq0R0?list=PLdpuMKYoIDrDe_-VHzmTJTzNEwrHwbSpZ

Please feel free to disseminate this information, sharing is a precious contribution, too!
Follow the Facebook page of the film for timely updates.
Thank you very much indeed for your confidence!

As we promised, here's the English information on the film, its crowdfunding campaign and quid pro quoi:
http://voyageendiphonie.com/english

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