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How to see The Tibetan Photo Project Films

You can always order from or donate directly to The Tibetan Photo Project while you are visiting this website. We will send you a copy of "Visually and Respectfully Yours - The Story of The Tibetan Photo Project when you donate online or by check.

You can also now rent or buy both "Voices in Exile" and "Visually and Respectfully Yours - The Story of The Tibetan Photo Project" feature length documentary films for online viewing at http://www.nomadsland.com where you will find our films by scrolling the list of titles on the right side of the screen at the site.

If you are shopping for Tibetan publications online you can get your copy of "Voices in Exile" from Snow Lion Pubishing in Ithaca, N.Y. at http://www.snowlionpub.com

Order a DVD copy of "Voices in Exile" when you shop for Tibetan items at Potalagate in Eugene, Oregon, at http://www.potalagate.com/Qstore/Qstore.cgi

Or have a screening party and while supply lasts and invite 10 or more people and promise to send us photos of your gathering and we will send the DVDs for free... (DVDs for screening parties is limited to what we can afford) We will even supply recipes for the momos and butter tea. Email us to get your screening party pack today!








 

 

 




Interview with co-founder Sazzy Lee Varga  
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The Tibetan Photo Project Presents
Voices In Exile Box
Voices in Exile postcard
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MTV Culture UnpluggedThe Tibetan Photo Project films at Culture Unplugged Film Festival

Voices In Exile, Produced by The Tibetan Photo Project and filmed by Tenzin Wangden Andrugtsang finished the 2008 year as the "No. 1 - Most Viewed" film on the online Culture Unplugged Film Festival.

Visually and Respectfully Yours - The Story of The Tibetan Photo Project finished the festival as the 3rd most viewed film.

Sazzy Varga and Joe Mickey would like to thank the organizers of Culture Unplugged for this great opportunity that allows the world to see these films in a high quality format online.

The Tibetan Photo Project films at Culture Unplugged Film Festival


Selling the DVDs is one way we hope to finance The Tibetan Photo Project Film Makers Education Centers in India, but we also know its important for as many people as possible to see these films. (We also share a percentage of sales with the filmmaker),
Please, after viewing the films, consider a donation if you can... but at the very least... please tell friends.
Visually and Respectfully Yours, Sazzy Varga and Joe Mickey


Here is what people are saying about "Voices In Exile"

"Voices in Exile," which chronicles the struggle of the Tibetan people for their culture and for their very lives, is the most important film you can see this year...a mini-masterpiece" -Norman Shoaf, City Editor, Antelope Valley Press

"Tenzin has managed to capture an impressive, yet complex picture of the Tibetan community in Exile. It is refreshing to find an entirely Tibetan expression of refugee life and hope for the future." - Huw Slater, Secretary, Victorian Branch Australian Tibet Council


2005 Interviews and Exhibit Video courtesy of Louisiana Public Broadcasting www.lpg.org For the upcoming film from The Tibetan Photo Project Release Date: Fall 2007


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Past Events and Attendance- Complet list here

Also see the Screening Room Gallery for coverage from "Voices In Exile" screening events, as well as the "Voice In Exile" review pages.
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"Visually and Respectfully - The Story of The Tibetan Photo Project"
Online video clips
lDancing Child India 01:02 (youtube)

Buddhism 05:20 (google)

Dancing Child India 01:12
(google)

March 28, 2007-Duke University- Conversations with The Tibetan Photo Project co-founders,Sazzy Varga and Joe Mickey--Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
Duke University Sazzy Varga

The Tibetan Photo Project co-founder Sazzy Varga presented a katka to Duke Conversations host Kyle Knight. Click photo to enlarge


March 13 at 7pm and Thursday March 15 at 7pm.-
MCTV, Cable channel 3, broadcast the documentary "Visually and Respectfully Yours - The Story of The Tibetan Photo Project"

March 13 at 7pm and again on Thursday March 15 at 7pm. "Visually and Respectfully Yours - The Story of The Tibetan Photo Project"
premiered in Mendocino
it was photographed in Tibetan exile communities throughout India.

November 4th 2006
Premiere at Abalone Hall at the Little River Inn of "Visually and Respectfully - The Story of The Tibetan Photo Project"

Date: May 1 2006-Much press recently as "Voices In Exile" is being seen all around India click links for media coverage.
Tibetan Film Festival
Phayul.com articl
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Date: October 11, 2005
Antioch University-Herndon Gallery Yellow Springs, Ohio , 7 p.m.

Date: Saturday-November 5, 2005
Premiere in Healdsburg, California.
Raven Theatre, Healdsburg, CA. Independent films double feature 7 p.m.
7 p.m. "Jumping Flea" by Paul Kraus
8:30 p.m. "Voices in Exile" by Tenzin Wangden Andrugtsang
Both films- $9 at the door.
Premiere reception at 6:30 p.m.

Date: November 20, 2005
Golden Gate Club at the Presidio -San Fransico, CA

See "Voices in Exile" at the 20th anniversary of Tibet Day in San Francisco at the Presidio.
Get more information by contacting Bay Area Friends of Tibet

Community Public Television - MCCET 3, Fort Bragg, CA

Menodo Cinema
Perfume Mendo/Gallery of the Senses/Audio Nouveau
Main & Lancing in Mendocino, CA
Saturday, July 23
Producer's, wIne and cheese reception
7:30 p.m. (Includes ocean view) Screening begins at 8 p.m.

Tibetan Film Festival 2005 Melbourne, Australia
Dates Thurs. 7 July - Sunday 10 July 2005 Location Cinemas -Australia

In July and August, Tibetan support groups in New Zealand, France, England, Alaska, Washington state, Michigan, South Carolina, and The San Francisco Bay area have responded to the offer by The Tibetan Photo Project to give public screenings of "Voices in Exile" at no charge to raise awareness and for possible fundraising activities. Scheduling of dates is in the works.

The Tibetan Photo Project work-in-progress screenings of "Voices In Exile".

April 27, 2005 6 and 8 p.m. Redwood Coast Senior Center in Fort Bragg, CA.
Premiere of "Voices in Exile" a first cut work-in-progress. By Tibetan documentary filmmaker Tenzin Wangden Andrugtsang.
Q&A with the producer and cofounder of The Tibetan Photo Project
490 N. Harold Street
Fort Bragg, CA
Sponsored by the North Coast Photography Club

February 27, 2005 at The Meadows Museum at Centenary College
2911 Centenary Blvd.
Shreveport, Louisiana 71104
Phone: 318.869.5169


Images from
Shreveport screening can be seen in
Gallery #34

 

Voices in Exile
(19.95 includes s/h)

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