37 uses for a dead sheep the story of the Pamir Kirghiz / an Anglo-Turkish-Kirghiz collaboration ; a Tigerlily Films production for BBC and ARTE France ; producers, Nikki Parrott, Natasha Dack, Ben Hopkins ; director, Ben Hopkins

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Course/Professor: IMC GENERAL RESERVE *
Subjects: Kyrgyz--Turkey
Kyrgyz--Social life and customs
Turks--Asia, Central
Motion pictures--Production and direction--Turkey
Asia, Central--History--20th century
Documentary films
Ethnographic films
Historical reenactments (Motion pictures)
Nonfiction films
Feature films
Formats: Video Recording, DVD
Material Type: Projected medium -- Monograph
Language: English, Kyrgyz (translated from), Accompanying material in English, Kyrgyz
Audience: Unspecified
Published: London : Distributed by The Royal Anthropological Institute, [2006]
LC Classification: D, DR
Physical Description: 1 videodisc (85 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in
Alternate Titles: Portion of title: Story of the Pamir Kirghiz
Thirty-seven uses for a dead sheep : the story of the Pamir Kirghiz
Additional Authors: Producer : Parrott, Nikki
Producer : Dack, Natasha
Director : Hopkins, Ben
Cinematographer : Clarke, Gary
Film editor : Welzen, Marco van
Costume designer : Orsel, Seda
Musician : Lewis, Paul
Producer : Tigerlily Films
Associated name : British Broadcasting Corporation
Associated name : ARTE France
Distributor : Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
Notes: DVD-R ; NTSC, all regions; widescreen
In English and Kyrgyz with English subtitles
This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play on all DVD players or drives
Credits: Director of photography, Gary Clarke ; editor, Marco van Welzen ; art director, costume designer, Seda Orsel ; music, Paul Lewis
Summary: "The Pamir Kirghiz are a tribe of some 2,000 people from the Pamir region of Central Asia. For the last 27 years they have lived in exile in Eastern Turkey. In 2005 an Anglo-Turkish film crew arrives in their village to work with the tribe to tell their story"--Container. Told through interviews and reconstructions
OCLC Number: 690010331