6 films Found
Embarking on a deep journey through one of the most remote ethnically Tibetan areas of China's Sichuan Province, filmmaker Miguel Cano hitchhikes, motorbikes and takes to foot to reach parts of the region that usually go untouched by tourists. With incredible cinematography, he journeys throughout the holy region to discover those fighting to preserve their spiritual and national identity, exposi…
It's hard to achieve inner peace with crippling stomach pains. Luckily for one group of Tibetan monks fate has brought a solution to their endemic problem, which may finally cure an ancient affliction.
Tibetan temples, traditions, religion, culture and art evoke a lost world in Dharamsala, India. And yet, Tibet lives in the hearts and souls of all exiles. Their most cherished dream is to return home.
"The truth is Tibetans are not free to speak of their suffering". In a small Tibetan tea room people sob as they watch George Bush meeting the Dalai Lama on the television. It's powerful and evocative.
Narrated by Susan Sarandon, and winner of the prestigious Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival, this beautiful, evocative documentary profiles the amazing adaptability and resilience of the nation's exiled women, and the vital role they play in preserving their country's endangered culture.
Since China invaded Tibet, more than a million Tibetans have been tortured or executed. This award winning film. made in 1993, indicates the enduring nature of the Tibetan struggle.