28 Jan '16, 4pm

Mongolian eagle huntress who broke gender barriers steals the show at Sundance

Inspired by the images captured by photographer Asher Svidensky, director Otto Bell knew there was an opportunity to continue telling the story of this young woman. The pair flew to the remote Mongolian mountains where Aisholpan and her family live and were surprised to be greeted with an invitation to join and film Aisholpan as she took on her first challenge in becoming an eagle huntress: stealing a baby eagle from its nest sitting precariously on the side of a cliff. “Not a lot of documentary filmmakers get this chance. It’s a rare opportunity to be there right at the beginning of a story arc,” said Bell.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/mongolian-eagle-huntress-who-broke-g...

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Japanese Artist Creates Tasty Vegetable Weapons to Show the Stupidity of War

Japanese Artist Creates Tasty Vegetable Weapons...

inhabitat.com 28 Jan '16, 5am

travels around the world collecting local foods and assembling them into tasty Vegetable Weapons ! The aim of the project ...