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Three young Tibetans struggle for freedom against the Chinese communist regime. Windhorse was filmed clandestinely inside Tibet and in Nepal. It was the first digital feature film, shot in... See more »

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Dadon ...
Dolkar
Jampa Kelsang ...
Dorjee
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Duan-Ping
Yu Lu ...
Du Han-Shen
Taije Silverman ...
Amy

Directed by

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Paul Wagner

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Julia Elliot ... (writer)
 
Thupten Tsering Mukhimsar ... () (as Thupten Tsering)
 
Paul Wagner ... (writer)

Produced by

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Tom Grant ... line producer
Ellen Casey Wagner ... executive producer
Paul Wagner ... producer

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Sam Chapin
John Dana
Tommy Hayes

Cinematography by

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Steve Schecter

Film Editing by

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Tony Black
Paul Wagner

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Susan Scott ... assistant editor

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Harikumar Pillai ... sound mixer / sound / supervising sound editor
Skip SoRelle ... post-production audio

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Three young Tibetans struggle for freedom against the Chinese communist regime. Windhorse was filmed clandestinely inside Tibet and in Nepal. It was the first digital feature film, shot in 1996 on a Sony DVW-700WS and a consumer Sony DCR-VX1000 and edited on avid with digital finishing and color correction at RolandHouse in Washington, DC.

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Also Known As
  • SzĂ©llovas (Hungary)
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  • 97 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $16,718, 14 Feb 1999

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