THE TIBETAN PHOTO PROJECT presents with CAMERAS FOR CULTURES A BEGGING BOWL Production A TIBETAN PHOTO PROJECT Film FILMED IN INDIA AT THE TIBETAN EXILE COMMUNITIES IN DHARAMSALA, MAJNU KA TILLA, and MUNGOD
"SAVE TIBET... WHY?" Director of Photography JOE MICKEY Edited by JOE MICKEY Music by JACOB L. DAVIS, JEFF CALHOUN, NAMGYALl YESHI-SPIRTUAL NOMAD, NATURE and CORDELIA SHAMPANIER Executive Producers JOE MICKEY, CONNIE KORBEL-MICKEY Producer SAZZY VARGA-CALHOUN
Save Tibet...Why? (60 min approx) Produced by Joe Mickey and Sazzy Varga is the sequel to Visually as The Tibetan Photo Project co-founders return to India for an update that is again directed in Tibetan communities by Tibetans. Through the 10 years of work by The Tibetan Project, Mickey and Varga are given unique access into the communities and lives of Tibetans. Mickey has been a photographer, film maker and teacher for over 40 years. Varga works as a producer, actress and model in the Hollywood community. This will be a very special advance screening of this new film, scheduled for release world-wide through screening parties scheduled around the world later this year.
THE TIBETAN PHOTO PROJECT presents with CAMERAS FOR CULTURES A BEGGING BOWL Production A TIBETAN PHOTO PROJECT Film FILMED ACROSS INDIA; DELHI, DHARAMSALA, VARANASI, SARNATH, BANGALOR, HUBLI, MUNGOD.
"INDIA 101- Down To A Backpack " Director of Photography JOE MICKEY Edited by JOE MICKEY Hosted by SAZZY VARGA-CALHOUN Music by TOMMY BROWN, JACOB L. DAVIS, INDIA STREET PLAYERS Executive Producers JOE MICKEY, CONNIE KORBEL-MICKEY Producer SAZZY VARGA-CALHOUN
If you are dreaming, planning or have visited India, enjoy a journey of amazing sights, sounds and colors hosted by Sazzy Varga.
India 101 is packed with must-have travel tips, adventures, a few misadventures, foods, laughs and the wonderful mystical discoveries that are only possible in India.
Geden Choeling Nunnery - Sazzy Varga interviews Ani Seldon
Amazing Interview In India with a boy from the streets ~ Beyond Slumdog Millioniare / Video Update 4-2013
Amazing Interview In India with a boy from the streets ~ Beyond Slumdog Millionaire
Visually and Respectfully Yours, The Story of The Tibetan Photo Project (76 minutes) Produced by Joe Mickey and Sazzy Varga and directed in by Tibetans living in exile in India tells the story of an incredible accidental decade long journey of Mickey, a Western photographer. It begins with a monk and one disposable camera and grew into and effort that has expanded the voice of Tibetans through their own films and photographs. The film travels to Tibetan exile communities in Delhi, northern India and the rarely seen Tibetan colonies in southern India. As Tibetans direct this film, count on surprising and heartwarming moments. Click to enter and learn more about "Visually & Respectfully Yours"
Voices in Exile (65 minutes) By Tenzin Wangden Andrugtsang is the first feature documentary from The Tibetan Photo Project. Supplying Wangden with a camera and computer editing bay,Voices in Exile is the first feature documentary film made completely from the Tibetan point of view. Tenzin Wangden Andrugtsang has been a teacher and was a former secretary in the Office of the Dalai Lama. He has been a lifelong activist for Tibet. Click to enter and learn more about "Voices in Exile"
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