Our final feature-length documentary in the Peoples of the World trilogy is The Last Kazakh Nomads of Mongolia (Peoples of the World: The Altai Kazakh) (2018). This film is not rated; it contains scenes, such as hunting, that some viewers may find disturbing. We advise viewer discretion.
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A people for all seasons, a culture for all reasons. "Among the last of the world's nomadic people, the Kazakh endure the harshest climate on Earth as they tenaciously preserve their culture. This documentary offers a fascinating glimpse inside that culture. Learn how a boy's coming-of-age is marked by his first haircut. Hear about Mongolia's first, legendary eagle huntress who is only now being honored. Spend a day with Kazakh eagle hunters. And witness how this ancient, rich lifestyle is slowly changing." Presented in HD (1280x720p), High Dynamic Range.
Watch the trailer below.
Teach with it: The educational edition is available to non-commercial educational institutions in a dual-pack DVD/Blu-ray combination, accompanied by extensive teachers' notes, for US$ 49. Please contact us if you are interested in further information on how to obtain the educational edition for your school, college or university. Private, commercial, for-profit educational institutions may also contact us for commercial educational licensing.