The Last Frontier

The Last Frontier

Christian Missionaries Conquering Mongolia

In the thinly populated Mongolia steppes, wedged between China and Russia an army of foreign spiritual do-gooders fight for the minds and souls of three million needy Mongolians. One of them, an African Catholic from the Congo, decides that his missionary work doesn’t suit this time and age anymore. After 70 years of Socialism Mongolia is rediscovering it’s own Shamanist and Buddhist roots and missionaries like him are controversial to say the least.


Details

Original Title: De Leegte en het Woord
English Title: The Last Frontier
Directed and written by: Floris-Jan van Luyn
Co-producer: BOS
Producer: Submarine
Release: 2011
Length: 60 minutes


Credits

Director, scenario and local production: Floris Jan van Luyn
Poducers: Bruno Felix, Femke Wolting
Photography: Stef Tijdink
Sound: Rik Meier Film
Editor: Menno Boerema
Music: Daniël Hamburger
Rapper: Gee
Sound mix: Alex Booy Coloring Martin Klein
Title design: Fons Schiedon
Line producers: Fabie Hulsebos, Janneke van de Kerkhof
Production: Anne Buiter
Local producer / production coordinator: Ganbat Namjilsangarav
Commissioning editor: Babeth M. VanLoo
Production BOS: Jasja Arian
Publicity: Yaniv Wolf

This production was made with the support of Dutch Cultural Media Fund, CoBO Fund
A Submarine production, in co-production with BOS- Buddhist Broadcasting Foundation

© 2011 Submarine / Boeddhistische Omroep Stichting

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