How the Buddhist art of Gandhāra spread to Central Asia and China is shown by Osmund Bopearachchi
A talk by Prof. Dorothy C Wong on Xuan Zang and Wu Zhou and the emergence of mass production in medieval China.
A Korean film about a young woman who joins a nunnery and later returns to lay life, bringing Dharma into the lives of those she meets (Korean with Eng subs).
A modern-day Sudhana on his quest for the meaning of life in industrial Korea (Korean, with Eng. subs).
A journey across Korea in the footsteps of the best-loved Korean master, musing on Korean Buddhism along the way.
Kalu Rinpoche at the age of six, attending the Dalai Lama led Kālacakra initiation in Bodhgayā, with his friend Joost.
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.
This is a fly-on-the-wall type documentary made by Gong Jae Sung during the 90-day meditation retreat at the 10th century Baek Hung Nuns’ Temple on the Palgong Mountain in Korea during 2001/2.
This is a hauntingly beautiful and deeply meditative film by Bae Yong-kyun, who spent 7 years making and editing the film, which is permeated by Buddhist themes and is built up around Zen koans and Zen-like dialogue.