Of Iranian origin, Hamid Sardar graduated from Harvard University where he obtained a doctorate in Sanskrit and Tibetan studies. A director committed to the preservation of endangered cultures and habitats, his work on indigenous peoples and in particular the nomads of Mongolia and Tibet has been rewarded several times. Recently, the La Rochelle International Adventure Film Festival awarded him the first prize for his film “The Mongol Horseman”, broadcasted on ARTE in February 2020. He presents at the HEGOA gallery a selection of mythical and unpublished photographs. Above all a film and photo director, Hamid Sardar has developed an aesthetic...
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