A River, So Long is part of a year-long collaborative documentary project combining photography, videography and text to create a visual narrative of the Mekong river from its terminus in southern Vietnam to its source in the Tibetan plateau. Told through a series of localized micro-stories, the project weaves together a complex portrait of the Mekong in a time of turbulent change, as the forces of urbanization, industrialization and commoditization strain the river’s resources to its breaking point.