Filmmakers and human rights groups are seeking answers from the Chinese authorities after award-winning Tibetan director Pema Tseden ("Silent Holy Stones") was arrested and brutalized. The China Film…
Centered on the rivalry between two ace archers from neighboring villages, "The Sacred Arrow" is a reductionist fable with a moral about how to be a good sport.
Former farmer had served six years for subversion.
DreamWorks topper Jeffrey Katzenberg was in Beijing to unveil "Tibet Code," a swashbuckling project from its Chinese unit, Oriental DreamWorks, which is aimed firmly at the booming local market.
A father and son tussle over whether to sell the family's mastiff in "Old Dog," a spare but stealthily powerful tale set in contempo Tibet from local up-and-comer Pema Tseden.
"Once Upon a Time in Tibet" presents China's most contentious territory as host to a glorious, picturesque WWII-era love story that grows beyond its occasionally wobbly thesping to engage the heart.
Maybe it's the Palm Springs desert air, but the staid-sounding third annual Palm Springs Women in Film and TV Broken Glass Awards at the Renaissance Hotel on Friday was as raucous as it was uplifting…
London Eye: Ever since producing "Little Buddha," Jeremy Thomas has nurtured a special connection with Tibetan Buddhist filmmakers. He acted as exec producer on Khyentse Norbu's debut "The Cup" as…
Sure to stir the indignation over the Himalayan country's plight, "Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion" functions better as an educational and agitprop film than the sort of artistically daring, personally…
An engaging odd-couple portrait, Solveig Klaben's debut feature "Out of Tibet" draws plenty of human interest -- if little larger thematic resonance -- from the wedlock of an exiled Tibetan lama and…
Brad Pitt climbs lotsa mountains and meets the young Dalai Lama, but doesn't carry the audience with him for much of the odyssey in "Seven Years in Tibet." Director Jean-Jacques Annaud's true-life…
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