Travel films for Southeast Asia

We're not all that handy with a video camera ourselves, but plenty of travellers keen on Southeast Asia are, and it's their work we're highlighting here.

Every Monday morning, 52 weeks a year, we'll be adding a new film that we think is great.

Some may have snazzy editing and fabulous talent, others might be rough around the edges but just get you so excited to get travelling that you'll be out the door before the piece is over.
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Featured this week

Trouble in paradise

Writes Matt Hannon: "The people of Mentawai, especially those of the traditional persuasion are easily the most welcoming, humbling and richest of communities I have come across in my travels. I believe they (like many indigenous cultures) represent a time and a world that demands respect for the natural environment, community and balanced spirituality. Theirs is a paradigm long forsaken by the modern trappings of big cities and belligerent profit margins. Information is not always easy to obtain, but to my knowledge many areas within Mentawai have in 2014, managed to deter the palm oil companies, whilst other villages are still in negotiations. Other villages still have relinquished traditional titles of the land, and have consequently been locked into development concessions that render the land in question 'State owned'."