My Reincarnation

A film about the troubled and eventually reconclied relationship between a Dzogchen teacher and his son born in the west.

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Tibetan Buddhism in Europe

A discussion with some of the participants of a conference called to discuss the future of Tibetan Buddhism in Europe.

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Bon, The Light of the Golden Sun

A look at the history of the Bön religion, and how it has been transmitted to the West following the invasion of Tibet.

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Act Normal

A documentary covering the life of the English monk Ven. Dhammanando over a period of about a decade.

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America before Columbus (the Columbian Exchange)

A pair of films that look at the ecological state of the Old World and the New World before Columbus sailed to the Americas, and again what the impact was after they had made contact

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Uranium, is it a Country?

A film tracing the extraction of uranium, which is used in the production of nuclear energy and nuclear bombs.

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Buddhism in Russia

Two documentaries from Russia Today about Buddhist regions of the country, the one is the farthest west Buddhism was established in pre-modern times, and the other the farthest north.

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Kalacakra: Wheel of Time

This is Werner Herzog’s record of the 2002 Kalacakra event in Bodhgaya, and same event later in the year held in Graz, Austria. The film also includes a visit to Mt. Kailash

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The Genius of Photography 4: Paper Movies

This week’s episode looks at the way photographers found their own terrain on the streets of the cities, the highways and beaches of the post-war world.

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The Genius of Photography 3: Right Time, Right Place

This week’s episode is about the evolution of photojournalism, from its beginnings with the Frenchman, Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of the great photographers of the 20th century, up and to the coverage of the aftermath of 9/11.

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