Kathmandu. The trailer of the first season of Netflix-produced film ‘Aftershock: Everest and the Nepal Earthquake’ on the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal in 2072 has been released.
Set in a documentary style, the series is produced for three seasons, directed by British filmmaker Ali Lambert.
The trailer of the series, based on dialogue with 25 earthquake victims during the Corona epidemic, looks poignant and powerful. Filmmaker and women’s rights activist Pooja Pant is the Nepali producer of the documentary.
The cinematography of the film, where all the technicians are Nepali, was done by Vishnu Kalpit and Vikil Santhama. Footage from the time of the earthquake is included. We have also set up a studio and shot for it,’ producer Pant told Khabar Online.
Filming has been done in Kathmandu, Langtang and Everest region. The first season of the docu-series will be released on Netflix on the next day of Dashain Teeka i.e. Asoj 20 (October 6).
The powerful earthquakes that occurred on the 12th and 29th of Baisakh, 2072, claimed the lives of about 10,000 people and damaged millions of homes.