Film | 1992 | 15 minutes

written, narrated and edited by Tenzing Sonam

a film by Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam

a White Crane Films production for the Royal Academy of Art, London

Using archive footage and images from the Tibetan religious paintings known as thangkas, the film concisely presents a brief history of Tibet emphasizing the growth of Buddhism and its role in the development of the sacred arts.