Director of The Cup Lands New Film at Key International Festivals

Hema Hema: Sing Me A Song While I Wait, the new film from Khyentse Norbu, had its World Premiere at the prestigious Locarno (Switzerland) Film Festival, and has been selected for presentation at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.

Norbu, a leading Tibetan Buddhist teacher from Bhutan who is widely known as Dzongsar Jamyang   more>


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    Golden Kingdom, the first dramatic feature filmed on location in Myanmar, opens in the US on June 17 in a limited theatrical release. A national expansion is set for fall with Kino Lorber distributing.  more>


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    This year's BuddhaFest (Washington, D.C.) will feature an online film festival June 13–July 24 to complement its several dharma talks. Buddhist Film Foundation advised on the film selections, which include Painting Peace (IBFF 2015 BAY AREA), Even Though the Whole World is Burning (IBFF 2015 BAY AREA),   more>


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    As news filters in about unmet needs and overlooked communities in Nepal, the organizations chosen as beneficiaries of the Benefit Nepal Film Festival (June 15, 2015) continue their vital work on the ground there.  more>