Bangkok International Buddhist Film Festival

Monday 11 Jan– Japan
The Burmese Harp, 1956

Tuesday 12 Jan – Korea
Why Has Bodhi-Dharma Left for the East?, 1989
(with special guest, the senior nun from the Bangkok Zen Centre)

Wednesday 13 Jan – Korea
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring, 2004

Friday 15 Jan – China
Amongst White Clouds: Buddhist Hermit Masters of China’s Zongnan Mountains, 2005

Friday 15 Jan – Vietnam
Peace Is Every Step—Meditation in Action: The Life & Work of Thich Nhat Hanh, 1997

Monday 18 Jan – Bhutan
The Cup, 2000

Tuesday 19 Jan – Bhutan
Travelers and Magicians, 2004

Wednesday 20 Jan – Tibet
Wheel of Time, 2003

Friday 22 Jan – Germany
Siddhartha, 1972

Monday 25 Jan – Germany
Enlightenment Guaranteed, 2002

Alternate Spiritualities

Tuesday 26 Jan – France
Into Great Silence: Inside the Famed Carthusian Monastery, 2005

Wednesday 27 Jan – USA
Bill’s Mountain, 2009

Location:
Pridi Banomyong Library
Thammasat University
Tha Phra Chan campus
Chao Phraya River
Bangkok

All showings are from 1:30-4:00 p.m.

curator:
John Solt

organizers:
Chutatip Umavijani
Kanjanaporn Chitsangh
Chooman Tirakit
Comsan Yuwaponpongkul

library foyer exhibit:
drawings by poet Yasuo Fujitomi

Links:

http://marcusjournal.blogspot.com/2009
Littlebang: Film Festival 2009

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Author: Krisadawan Metavikul (Kalsang Dawa)

Dharma teacher, founder and president of the Thousand Stars Foundation, promoting Tibetan wisdom, engaging in charity work.

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