The student documentaries in Beskop Tshechu 2011 were all from a media workshop for high school students, conducted by the Bhutan Center for Media and Democracy.
THE STORY OF TSHERING
by: Karma Gyeltshen, Kuenzang Jambay, Pema Rinchen
In this film, the students follow a woman working in the vegetable market as a cleaner. It is an intimate portrayal of her work, her background and the simple things she wishes for in life
LIFE OF AN INDIAN IMMIGRANT
by: Choney Wangmo, Khina Maya
2 young female filmmakers set out to learn what life is like for the average Indian laborer who comes to work in Bhutan on a building construction.
Santosh Rai, Yeshi Tsomo, Chimi Wangmo
3 student filmmakers are concerned about what they notice around Thimphu—a growing poverty and the try to investigate it further
THE LIFE OF A TAXI DRIVER
by: Khenrab S.T, Lungten Dorji
Student filmmakers focus on the lives and economic and social realities of working as a taxi driver in Bhutan.
BURIED IN GARBAGE
by: Zuki Nima, Sonam Lhaki, Thinley Tobgay
Students investigate the growing waste problem in Bhutan, and also speak to a few people who are trying to make a difference.