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Dharamshala:- The second day of the Dharamshala International film festival featured two documentaries with very different themes – one on the issue of conformity to tradition versus the pursuit of individual happiness, the other on the pain of exile.

Dharamsala:- A former Dharamsala resident and filmmaker, Tenzin Choklay, now based in New York, had his home premiere of the documentary, Bringing Tibet Home, to a packed auditorium on the evening of November 1.

Dharamshala: – From October 30 to November 2 of this year, the Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF) will descend upon the multi-cultural town of McLeod Ganj in Dharamshala, bearing a robust lineup of films to educate and entertain festival attendees.

Dharamshala: - A partnership between Harvard Library and the Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center (TBRC) will lead to the upload of 10 million pages of Tibetan literature that survived the Cultural Revolution into its digital storage system in July 2014.

Dharamshala: - The Dharamshala International Film Festival's (DIFF's) co-directors, husband and wife Tenzing Sonam and Ritu Sarin, enthused over their brainchild's third season, taking place between October 30 – November 2, over tea and cake at their spacious mud-built home in Sidphur, close to the Norbulingka Institute.

Dharamshala: - The 2014 Hong Kong Tibet Film Festival will be held in Hong Kong, on September 26-28. With the help of the organizer of Zurich Tibet Film Festival, the film festival will show screen films and a large number of micro movies related to Tibet.

New Delhi: - Today Tibet is mostly known to the majority of nations around the globe as a synonym to his Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Buddhism or as a part of China. Everyone seems to only be talking about Tibet's political or religious affairs.

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