Previously at the ICA - Films
3 Jul 2008 – 5 Jul 2008
Ten years in the making, Cry of the Snow Lion takes us through rarely seen rituals in remote monasteries, from the brothels and slums of Lhasa, to spectacular Himalayan peaks. Secrets from Tibet's recent history are told through personal accounts and interviews, providing an insight into Tibet's troubled past.
Screening on 5 July followed by a talk by Karma Chungda, Tenzin Jigme and Tenzin Losel of International Campaign for Tibet.
Dir Tom Peosay, US 2002, 104 mins, Cert 15