Film Screening: Voices of the Stone

Screening to be followed by Q&A with Filmmaker Dorje Tsering Chenaktsang

This film focuses on the mining industry in Central Tibet. Voices of the Stone (Rdo yis kha grags pa) follows two entrepreneurs as they attempt to enter the mining market, and the various paths and choices they face. The film is set against the vast and majestic landscape of northern Tibet—its fauna, its herdsmen, their customs and the struggle for survival; the pilgrims and the small anecdotes of daily life—these are shown in slow motion as one of planet Earth’s ultimate primeval environments.

The film is in Tibetan with English subtitles. 70 minutes.

Screening to be followed by Q&A with Filmmaker Dorje Tsering Chenaktsang

Monday, April 2, 2018
Doors open at 6:30pm
Film begins at 7:00pm

The International Campaign for Tibet
1825 Jefferson Place NW
Washington, DC 20036

Metro system:
Red line, Dupont Circle or
Orange line, Farragut West

Event is free and open to the public; venue is not wheelchair accessible. Please RSVP to [email protected].

Dorje Tsering Chenaktsang, the filmmaker is a poet, writer, and artist from Amdo, Tibet. His documentary films include Tantric Yogi (2005), Kokonor (2005), Ani Lachem (2005), and Yartsa Rinpoche (2014). He is the co-author of the screenplay of the acclaimed film Prince of the Himalayas. Dorje Tsering is also a well-established poet. His works, published under his penname Jangbu, have also been translated and published in different languages, including an English translation The Nine-Eyed Agate, and in French, Le Hachoir Invisibile. He currently lives in France.


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