Snoqualmie Dharma Film Festival

The First Annual . . . 
   Snoqualmie Dharma 

     Film Festival


     Tibetan Buddhist film festival to be held
     in downtown Duvall, (King County, WA)
     Sat, June 9 . . . all invited, free admission!
   Film is an effective medium in which to communicate
   ideas both engaging and informative, and it is to this 
   end that we at the Chenrezig Project, are hosting the
   first Snoqualmie Dharma Film Festival, being held at 
   the Duvall Visitor Center on Saturday, June 9 from
   The Festival provides (interested and/or curious) local
   audiences with an opportunity to discover films that
   communicate and share the beauty of Tibetan 
   Buddhist culture, spirituality and sensibilities — ideas 
   and methods that many find meaningful regardless of
   faith, philosophies or religion.
     This is a free event, a gift to the community; 
     there is no charge to view any or all of the four 
     films being screened.
   We believe there is a simple, universal message of 
   wisdom and compassion in Buddhism that can benefit
   everyone, regardless of faith or background. 
   We provide a safe atmosphere for people to gather, 
   listen, discuss and learn these ancient, meaningful
  The Films . . . 
      We’ll kick off the screenings at 1:00pm on June 9th 
      with a biography of the 14th Dalai Lama titled 
      Dalai Lama: The Soul of Tibet (an A&E production).
      At 2:15pm we’ll be screening Unmistaken Child – a
      profoundly moving documentary of a Tibetan 
      Buddhist monk’s search for the reincarnation of 
      his beloved master.
      At 4:30pm we’ll be sharing Tibetan Book of the 
      Dead: The Great Liberation — narrated by Leonard
      Cohen, a short film providing a remarkably clear 
      explanation of the dying process (during and after)
      we’ll all encounter according to classic Tibetan
      After a dinner break, we’ll reconvene at 7:00pm 
      for the day’s final film, Saint Misbehavin’ (aka 
      The Wavy Gravy Movie) providing an entertaining
       — and inspiring — trip through the extraordinary
       life of poet, clown, activist and modern-day 
       Western Bodhisattva Wavy Gravy.
   There will be ample discussion time between 
   screenings, so come on down, expose yourself 
   to these thought-provoking films, learn about 
   one of humankind’s richest spiritual traditions, 
    and have fun while doing so. 
    (Mark your calendars . . . bring a friend and/
     or make new ones.)
Please click here for a larger, downloadable 
version of the above Festival flyer.   
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