A Song for Tibet

A Song for Tibet

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Filmed in the Indian Himalayas and in Canada, A Song for Tibet tells the dramatic story of the efforts by Tibetans in exile, including the Dalai Lama, to save their homeland and preserve their heritage against overwhelming odds. Since the invasion of their territory by China in the late 1950s, Tibetans have been struggling for cultural and political survival.

This film contains scenes of violence. Viewer discretion is advised.

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A Song for Tibet, Anne Henderson, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Anne Henderson
  • editing
    Anne Henderson
  • producer
    Anne Henderson
    Kent Martin
    Abbey Jack Neidik
  • executive producer
    Abbey Jack Neidik
    Colin Neale
  • associate producer
    Ali Kazimi
  • cinematography
    Ali Kazimi
  • script
    Anne Henderson
    Erna Buffie
  • animation camera
    Pierre Landry
    Lynda Pelley
  • sound
    Hans Oomes
    Diane Carrière
    Juan Gutiérrez
  • sound editing
    Jackie Newell
    Danuta Klis
  • music
    Neil Smolar

  • Alex

    Another 30 years have passed, the situation got worse. Human rights abuses should never be tolerated. Sadly, money and trade relations count more than our common human values, so it seems.

    Alex, 31 May 2020
  • Aladdiny

    I have to say this film is too old. It offers a point of view, but not from the majority definitely.

    Aladdiny, 4 Oct 2010

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