Tibet`s cry for freedom
2008 USA, directed by Lara Damiani, 52 minutes
Filmed in Tibet and elsewhere in 2007-8, this powerful, well-filmed documentary includes exclusive interviews with HH the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan Prime Minister, as well as with political prisoners and activists, and addresses issues around the past Olympics. NOTE: DVDs are now in NTSC version, for use on U.S. computers and U.S. or Canadian DVD players.
Tibet's Cry for Freedom uncovers the truth about Tibet's long suffering non-violent freedom struggle. It provides a history of Tibet from the time of the Chinese occupation through to the present-day debate between the Middle Way and Independence and examines issues of human rights, political persecution and the environmental destruction of this land known as "The Roof of the World."