Sunday Afternoon Film Series

In our continuing effort to present the art, history, culture of Tibet to a wide audience, the Museum holds Sunday Afternoon Film Screenings at 2:00 PM. This program began in 2012 and since then, the Museum has screened over 30 feature films and documentaries, some of which were filmed in Tibet by Tibetan filmmakers and directors, that highlight Tibetan art and culture.
Upcoming films include:

Summer Pasture

Please join us on August 2nd and 16th at 2:00 PM. Filmed in the high grasslands of Eastern Tibet, Summer Pasture offers an intimate glimpse into the life of a young nomad couple and their infant daughter. Locho and his wife Yama live in Dzachukha, eastern Tibet – nicknamed ‘5-most’ by the Chinese for being the highest, poorest, coldest, largest and most remote county in Sichuan Province. They depend on their herd of yaks for survival, however Dzachukha has undergone rapid development and Locho and Yama are finding their traditional way of life increasingly more difficult to maintain. Click here for more information.