[namasˈteː]

When the outside is shut down, the focus turns inwards again.
Of all things, the pandemic makes possible what travellers around the world are looking for: to immerse themselves deeply in a foreign country. World travellers Anna Baranowski and Michael Moritz tell of travelling in times of pandemic, where community is more important than ultimate self-fulfilment.
A touching discovery tour in the Himalayas, where a small village suddenly means the world - and the stirring report about what can happen when you allow yourself to accept the unchangeable.

the film

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Namaste Himalaya
by Anna Baranowski & Michael Moritz

about us

Filmmakers. Authors. Travellers.
We, that's Anna and Michael, two modern nomads on a journey around the world, who collected hundreds of hours of footage and countless pages in the diary during the pandemic in Nepal, to share with you today...

"A story about self-discovery, love and cohesion." (Süddeutsche Zeitung)