This documentary from CCTV Channel 9 gives within a short compass a tour of the Longmen cave complexes in Luoyang, and recalls their history.
A National Geographic documentary looking at wildlife in the remote Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan.
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.
This episode of the series looks at the part faith plays along the Mekong River, and takes a look at the different traditions, ordination procedures, almsround, pagodas and palm-leaf scriptures.
A 90-minute film made for French networks in 2003 about the Life of the Buddha, featuring traditional story-tellers and interviews with archeologists, pandits and monks.
A film looking at the places associated with the great Tibetan yogi Milarepa both in Tibet and Nepal. The film also tells much of the story of his life along the way.
A wonderful record of a pilgrimage to Lapchi in a remote part of Nepal by Nubpa Rinpoche and his disciples to visit the holy sites associated with Milarepa.
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.
Documentary film about the introduction of the Goenka Vipassana system into the American prison service.