Interview: Benjamin Johns on 'Medicine Buddha' film

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Interview: Benjamin Johns on 'Medicine Buddha' film

Last week, London filmmaker Benjamin Johns won a prestigious Asian film award for his documentary on Buddhist leader, Khamba Lama Natsagdorj.

He is the first Briton to win the Mongolian Academy Award's Documentary prize.

His work on this film required a great deal of adventure, including shooting in temperatures of -35 degrees.

The documentary is narrated by Sir Ben Kingsley. 

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