If the culture of Buddhism fascinates you, or if you live and breathe films, you may want to pay attention to this. The Lion’s Roar & BuddhaFest Online Film Festival is back for this year. The film festival that is brought together through a partnership between Lion’s Roar and BuddhaFest offers a deep insight into Buddhism through the deft representation of its art, wisdom and philosophies through cinema.

The Online Film Festival will be featuring six talks, each from a different teacher, including the likes of New York Times Bestselling author Sharon Salzberg and musician Ani Choying Drolma. The six noted teachers will be speaking on several different spiritual subjects including:

  • Sharon SalzbergReal Love: The Art of Mindful Connection
  • Noah LevineAgainst the Stream: Buddhism as Rebellion
  • Ani Choying Drolma and Dawa Tarchin Phillips in Conversation – The Power and Beauty of Awakening in Modern Times
  • Christiane WolfIntegrity: Respecting and Living in Accordance with Our Core Values
  • Mushim Patricia IkedaHealing the Divide: Diversity, Compassion and Interconnection
  • Dzogchen Ponlop RinpocheWorking with the Emotional Mind: How to Change the World from Within

The Lion’s Roar & BuddhaFest Online Film Festival, which will last six weeks through June 12-July 23, 2017, will also feature six films. From the plateaus of Tibet to the Zhenru Chan Monasteries in China’s Jiangxi Province, these films will take you on an enlightening journey like no other. To register for tickets, click here.

A Thousand Mothers

A Thousand Mothers from Greg Moore on Vimeo.

Don’t Know

Don’t Know – A tribute to Zen Master Wu Bong – Trailer b from raitiniaugula on Vimeo.

Tzu Chi: Doing Good in the World

TZU CHI: DOING GOOD IN THE WORLD – Trailer from California Film Institute on Vimeo.

One Mind

ONE MIND film teaser from Edward A. Burger on Vimeo.

Wandering

Drokpa

DROKPA Trailer from yan chun su on Vimeo.

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