Escape over the Himalayas

A film following the plight of Tibetan refugee children as they struggle to leave their oppressive society and relocate to India.

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HUMAN, Volume Two

The second of this series of films in which people speak about the things that matter to them in their lives.

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The Tibet Within

A film about the suppression of the Tibetan peoples and culture in China, and the attempt to maintain it in the diaspora.

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Economics of Happiness

A documentary on how globalisation is adversely affecting local cultures, together with an alternative approach to economics.

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Can We do it Ourselves (Economic Democracy)

A thought-provoking documentary about economic democracy, which presents a different view of the workplace and how it could be run.

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The Dalai Lama, Inner Peace and Non-Violence

A record of a talk on the subjects of the promotion of human values, religious harmony, the practice of non-violence, determination, compassion and inner disarmament by H.H. the Dalai Lama.

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Tibet’s Stolen Child (the Panchen Lama)

A film about the abduction of Tibet’s second highest ranking Lama by the Chinese authorities.

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Vandana Shiva: Growth = Poverty

Vandana Shiva gives a talk on the modern economic model at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas.

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Leaving Fear Behind

Lama Jigme Gyatso and Dhondup Wangchen talk to ordinary Tibetans to get their views of the situation they face in Tibet today.

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They Call it Myanmar: Lifting the Curtain

Filmed over a two-year period before the 2011 elections that started the slow changes that Myanmar’s reformist government introduced, this 80-minute documentary by Robert Lieberman shows what an uphill struggle the country is going to face simply to catch up.

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