Yeshey Tshering

Vice President


Yeshey Tshering is a multi-talented filmmaker and a prominent figure in the Bhutanese film industry. As a producer, director, and editor, he has played a significant role in shaping the industry and has contributed to several hit movies and TV series.

In addition to his work in film production, Yeshey is also a respected leader in the industry, serving as the Vice President of the Film Association of Bhutan. In this role, he has worked tirelessly to promote and support the development of Bhutanese cinema, advocating for policies and initiatives that benefit filmmakers and industry professionals.

Yeshey’s passion for filmmaking was evident from a young age, and he has worked hard to develop his skills and knowledge in the field. He began his career in the industry as an assistant director, and over time, he gained experience and expertise in various aspects of film production, including editing and producing. Throughout his career, Yeshey has been involved in numerous successful projects, including popular movies like Nge Hingi Rewa, Selwai Karselma, and Finding Phurba Thinley. His ability to tell engaging stories and his attention to detail have made him a sought-after producer and director in the industry.

Despite his success, Yeshey remains committed to learning and improving his craft. He has attended various film festivals and workshops to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and techniques in the industry, and he continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in Bhutanese cinema. As a prominent figure in the industry, Yeshey also recognizes his responsibility to give back to the community. He is actively involved in various social causes and has used his platform to raise awareness and support for important issues in Bhutan.

Yeshey Tshering is a talented and driven filmmaker who has made significant contributions to the Bhutanese film industry. His passion for storytelling and his commitment to excellence have earned him a well-deserved reputation as one of the leading figures in the field, and his work has helped to promote and preserve Bhutanese culture and heritage for future generations.