Film about a boy in Scotland who can remember with uncanny accuracy the details of a previous life and his visit to his old ‘home’.
This is an hour long documentary with Harada Roshi giving many interviews on his visit to America in 1991
This is a dramatic reconstruction of the Life of the great Japanese monk Dogen who flourished in Japan in the 13th century.
A short video about the Jewish-American Soto Zen teacher, Norman Fischer, a disciple of Shunryu Suzuki, and his wife Michelle Meyrink, who is a Rinzai practioner.
In this episode of The Long Search Ronald Eyre goes in search of the Buddha in Japan, and finds himself increasingly farther away from his subject the nearer he gets.
Interview with the Burmese Premier U Nu around 1956 for the American series See It Now, in which he discusses Buddhism and appears to claim to have entered the first path (sotapatti).
Here is a wonderful film by one of my favorite film-makers, Satyajit Ray, about the land, people and culture of Sikkim, made in 1971 while Sikkim was still a sovereign state.
Recollections of my visit to Wat Suan Mokkh in the early 90s and a documentary about the great Thai monk Buddhadasa Bhikkhu.
A remarkable film about a monk living in the Golden Triangle area on the Thailand/Myanmar border, who together with a nun is bringing up and training poor children from the nearby villages.