Dalai Lama Renaissance Film chosen for special screening during the Dalai Lama’s Sept 25-26 visit to the Los Angeles area/ Long BeachPosted by Khashyar on August 23, 2009 "Dalai Lama Renaissance" Talk | Latest News and Articles | News | News about "Dalai Lama Renaissance" | Screenings and Events for "Dalai Lama Renaissance" (discussions and info) | The Dalai Lama | Tags: central committee of the communist party, China, Chinese, Chinese Communist Party, Chinese-speaking, communist party of china, constructive dialogue, Dalai, Dalai Lama, Dalai Lama Renaissance, Darvich, documentary, documentary film, harrison ford, Khashyar, Khashyar Darvich, Long Beach, long beach ca, mainland china, scottish rite cathedral, taiwan, Tibetan | No comments
‘Dalai Lama Renaissance,’ the award-winning documentary film narrated by Harrison Ford, has been chosen for a special screening during the Dalai Lama’s Sept 25-26 visit to the Los Angeles area, by one of the coordinators of the Dalai Lama’s visit.
The Tibetan Association of Southern California will screen ‘Dalai Lama Renaissance’ on the first night of the Dalai Lama’s public talk and teachings in Long Beach, CA on Friday September 25, at the Scottish Rite Cathedral in Long Beach.
Producer-Director Khashyar Darvich, as well as Tibetan special guests, will appear after the screening for a Q&A with the audience.
The screening of the documentary film, which Darvich has offered as a fundraiser for the Tibetan Association of Southern California, follows criticism of the film by the Chinese Communist Party, after ‘Dalai Lama Renaissance’ received front page press in Taiwan after it opened theatrically in that Chinese-speaking country.
In July, the People’s Daily, a daily newspaper and media arm of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, quickly and sharply criticized ‘Dalai Lama Renaissance’ in an article in its online edition.
Darvich has offered to travel to Mainland China and screen ‘Dalai Lama Renaissance,’ with the intention of listening to the views of the Chinese People and Government, and to foster a constructive dialogue.
For more information about the Long Beach, CA screening of ‘Dalai Lama Renaissance,” please visit www.DalaiLamaFilm.com
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