Through an Exile Lens – Thoughts and Imaginings of Tibet

Through the eyes of some incredibly talented, and often young and emerging artists, this season will take a look at what it means to be Tibetan today, offering a window into a fascinating culture protected and developed within the exile community.

Season in association with the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
Partners: day for night, School of Oriental and African Studies, Foundation for Universal Responsibility of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Bridges to Understanding, Raise Tibetan Flags Campaign

Previously in this season

Mountain Patrol

*CHANGE TO ADVERTISED LISTINGS* In Tibet, the 5,000 meter high Kekexili animal reserve is home to rare species and a draw for poachers. The local…

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The Forbidden Team

This is the story of the first ever international football match played by the Tibetan national football team against Greenland.

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*CHANGE TO ADVERTISED LISTINGS*This replaces the advertised screening of MOUNTAIN PATROL.A moving documentary following a group of Blind Tibetan students as they attempt to climb…

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Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion

Documentary exploring Tibets recent history from rarely seen rituals to the spectacular Himalayan peaks.

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Exile Lens Shorts Painters, Musicians and Rebel Poets – Creativity in Exile

Two short films showing as part of the Tibetan film season which explore the preservation of cultural identity in Tibet.

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Poetry Reading:Tenzin Tsundue

This poetry reading will feature work from prolific Tibetan poet and high-profile activist Tenzin Tsundue. A variety of speakers will read from his works Kora…

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Panel Discussion: The Forbidden Team

Karma Chungda and Tenzin Losel from International Campaign for Tibet will talk about the exiled Tibetan community in Dharamsala and their specific work in light…

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