Hannah, Buddhism’s Untold Journey

Hannah, Buddhism

A film following the life of Hannah Nydahl, one of the founders of Diamond Way Buddhism, and her encounters with many high Lamas.

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Reactor with Michael Stone

Reactor with Michael Stone

A film that follows Michael Stone on his unusual pilgrimage to Japan in 2012.

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Transmission of Diamond Way Buddhism

Transmission of Diamondway Buddhism

A look at Lama Ole, the founder of Diamond Way Buddhism, a European lay organisation teaching in the lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.

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Lost in the Midst of Time

A film following the research into the original author of a famous Dhamma book in Thai, who turns out to be a Thai lay woman (Thai, English subtitles).

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Buddha in Zululand

A short documentary about the Buddhist Retreat Centre in South Africa and the impact it is having on the local community.

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David Eckel: Buddhism 1-2 of 24

The first two lectures by Prof David Eckel on the history of Buddhism gives a course overview and a look at the background to the society the Buddha was born into

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Zen Buddhism

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.

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U Nu speaking about Buddhism

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).

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Bright and Shining Mind in a Disabled Body

Remarkable true life story of Khun Kampol Thongbunnum, a Thai man, whose life was turned upside down by an accident that left him paralysed from the neck downwards.

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