The second annual Ottawa Tibet Film Festival 2014 is coming up March 21-22 at the St. Paul University Amphitheatre.
6:00 PM: Doors open
6:45 PM: Introduction: Traditional Tibetan dance performed by newly arrived Tibetans: Opening ceremony
7:00 PM: Milarepa, (2006). Made by Neten Chokling. Discussion with Ian Prattis, professor at Carleton University, Zen teacher and founder of Friends of Peace.
9:00 PM: The Tibet within, (2013). Made by Eva Cirnu.Discussion with volunteers and newly arrived Tibetans from the Tibetan Resettlement Project Ottawa.
Saturday, March 22nd:
1:00 PM: Summer Pasture, (2010). Made by Lynn True, Nelson Walker, and Tsering Perlo
3:00 PM: Scents of Juniper, (2012). Made by Tashi Wangchuk
4:30 PM: Silent Holy Stones. Made by Pema Tseden
7:30 PM Angry Monk, (2013). Made by Luc Shaedler
Discussion with Brian Given, associate professor at Carleton University (Sociology and Anthropology)
For any additional information or questions about the films/documentaries that will be shown at the festival, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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