Genre: Art & Environment Director/s: Jim McEachen Runtime: 52' Country/s: United States, Mongolia Year: 2015 Producer/s: James McEachen & Joe Rohde Language/s: English & Mongolian IMDB: Official Website: Festivals: Official Selection 2015 Ojai Film Festival, CA
Official Selection Docutah Int’l Film Festival, St. George, Utah
Official Selection American Documentary Film Festival
Official Selection Environmental Film Festival, Washington DC


Joe Rohde paints large scale landscapes in Mongolia to raise funds for Snow Leopard conservation.



Artist Joe Rohde sets out on a month-long horseback expedition across the Altai Mountains of Western Mongolia with the intention of painting large-scale landscapes to raise funds for Snow Leopard conservation.


Facing blizzards, rebellious camels and the rapidly approaching Mongolian winter, it is a pilgrimage that explores why we travel, how we interact with the world around us, and the monumental effect that this has on everything else – including the elusive and enigmatic snow leopard.