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an uncharted landscape
by Nazla Bushra

Bangladesh is known to have six seasons that support the land for crop farming. However, as climate is changing, the season pattern has also started to evolve - deeply impacting on the country’s agriculture. Nazla Bushra tells her story with testimonies of how the lands of Bangladesh and its cultivation are forced to change because of this variation.

an omenliving in cloudsan uncharted landscapwater waterclimate confusion

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Number of films: 10 (Ten), Run Time: 35+ Minutes, Formate: DV PAL Widescreen, Series Producer: Tanjilur Rahman, Production: British Council/Wild Eye, 2011

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copyright Wild Eye 2009 photoright Rubaiyat Mansur Mowgli & Elisabeth Fahrni Mansur, Ingrid Kvale, Crhistina Greenwood & Adam Barlow, Tanjilur Rahman