Himalayan Film Festival: Short Films on Tibet

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Sydney Sacred Music Festival

Himalayan Film Festival: Short Films on Tibet

Venue Raffertys Theatre
Dates 08 September 2013

Tibetan Communities across Australia are an emerging community in today’s multicultural Australia. In NSW, Dee Why has the largest number of Tibetans in Australia. Most of them come as humanitarian entrants and are former political prisoners in Tibet. As a Tibetan himself, Tenpa Dugdak often uses various form of medium to tell very diverse stories within the community. All short videos were commissioned by the Australian Human Rights Commission in 2013 for a project ‘Tell me your Story’. 

Q&A with Tenpa Dugdak at the conclusion of films

Dates & Times:
1:00pm, Sunday 8 September

All tickets free


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