Opening Night for the London International Documentary Festival (LIDF) in the heart of London’s Chinatown. This is currently scheduled as a one-off screening.
‘This astonishing and revealing film is the result of three years of unrestricted access to the Dalai Lama. An intimate portrait of the exiled leader of Tibet as he struggles to negotiate a political settlement with China and contemplates his possible successor.’
Followed by a panel-led discussion with the director broadcast across the world via the web.
The film will sell out.
Book tickets today over the phone in advance – contact the Box Office on 0870 811 2559 for credit/debit card bookings (add 25p/ticket) Ticket price: £6.50. Box Office Open 1.30PM to 8.30PM.
If you miss out this time, we will in due course be gathering email addresses to keep you up-to-date regarding future screenings that arise across the UK and internationally.
The launch on the 29th March will be the start of an ongoing campaign to inform the debate on the Tibet issue. Recent days have seen rioting on a scale unprecedented since 1989. The spotlight is on China and our film will look at the one man who holds the key – there couldn’t be a better moment to raise this issue especially in the run up to the Olympics. Shortly our website will be up and running which will give regular updates and news of screenings and developments.
We hope you can make it. Thanks in advance for joining the debate by showing this film your support.
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