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  • The Evolution of the Bhutanese Cinema
    The Evolution of the Bhutanese Cinema In 1888, the earliest surviving motion-picture film, a mere 2.11 second clip by French inventor Louis Le Prince, called Roundhay Garden Scene was filmed. Though at the time, the leap from still pictures to motion captured on film didn’t answer anything; it merely posed one question: what next? Over a century later, in 1989, Bhutan answered with Gasa Lamai Singye, our first feature film. Admittedly, it’s nothing more than facetious to say the amalgamated [click to read more]