A report from 1991 on the devastating purge of Buddhism and its adherents in Mongolia during the communist period.
Acclaimed video documentary on the traditional life of the Buddha. Quite realistically portrayed, and a very positive film, even though it presents myth as history.
A documentary from 1995 on the ancient civilisation maintained in Tibet and its overthrow by the communists.
The seventeenth and eighteenth lectures by Prof David Eckel on Buddhism look at the various schools of the Tibetan tradition, and then focus on the institution of the Dalai Lama specifically.
A look at the continuation of the traditions of India’s great monastic learning centres in the Vajrayana by one of India’s leading cultural historians.
A record of the Dalai Lama’s one week visit to Norway in 1989 in order to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
A pilgrimage tour to some of the most famous sites in Tibet with Glenn H. Mullin.
This film was shot between 2007 and 2008 during the run up to the Beijing Olympics, and interviews most of the main players on the Tibetan side.
A documentary by David Cherniack that looks the place of the oracles in Tibetan Buddhism, their history and their role in the current tradition.