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Work-in-Progress, Expected 2022

Credit: Director, Producer

Synopsis: The Thai tourism industry marketed Zember Peh, her mother Mu Phou, and other Kayan women wearing traditional brass neck rings to tourists. Thousands of visitors paid admission fees and came to villages to photograph them. After 18 years, Zember removed her rings in protest. Here's what happened afterwards.

​Big Sky Documentary Pitch Finalist (2020)

American Documentary Film Fund Finalist (2019)

https://www.stuff.co.nz/nelson-mail/news/81625526/us-documentary-makers-in-nelson-to-tell-story-of-kayan-weavers

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