Actually, he’s a driver… a driver for hire, but still lives in the forest, or what’s left it it.
Thanks to the folks at EngageMedia.org it’s now possible to subtitle Sarawak Gone in any of the languages supported by
The full 30 minute version of Sarawak Gone, re-edited for full length viewing. Go to EngageMedia to download, or view right here, right now
Explore the entire collection of stills from the series, from its inception to completion
From 2 – 4 July AGITPROP film festival goes live for the first time in Manila, Philippines. Sarawak Gone will
Seven generations of music are said to be held by a Sape Master living in the Bakun Dam resettlement scheme, 180km southeast of Bintulu
There’s a kind of anti-climax when one gets to the end of a project, but not this one. Despite completing the last official episode of this series, it’s far from over
On the 23 October 2007 Kelesau Naan, the Headman of the Penan village, Long Kerong, left his wife at a rest area in the forest to check on his traps. He never returned.
The next Sarawak Gone series, The Headman, is finally in post-production. It was shot in and around the Penan village, Long Kerong, located in the Ulu Baram.