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
*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…
The Forbidden Team
This is the story of the first ever international football match played by the Tibetan national football team against Greenland.
*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…
Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion
Documentary exploring Tibets recent history from rarely seen rituals to the spectacular Himalayan peaks.
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.
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…
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…