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A Blessing comes home

20 Jan 2014 | Needrup Zangpo | COMMENTS 0

Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche’s first English film, Vara: A Blessing is home. It is markedly different from his two previous films, The Cup and Travellers and Magicians.

11 Dec 2013 | Administrator | COMMENTS 0

Third Korean Film Festival underway in Bhutan

The 3rd film festival of the Republic of Korea, themed “Sharing Ideas” began yesterday at the City Cinema, Chubachu in Thimphu.

04 Oct 2013 | Chador Wangmo | COMMENTS 0

Handel’s Acis and Galatea in Bhutan

The Royal Textile Academy (RTA) in Thimphu will stage German composer George Frideric Handel’s beloved opera Acis and Galatea on October 12.

04 Sep 2013 | AFP | COMMENTS 0

Movie by Bhutan lama to open Asia's top film fest

Selected as curtain-raiser is "Vara: A Blessing", the third film by Bhutanese lama Khyentse Norbu. He wrote the screenplay based on an Indian short story "Rakta Aar Kanna" (Blood and Tears)".

21 Aug 2013 | Chador Wangmo | COMMENTS 0

MOIC launches animated series of Ro-Ngoedrup-Chen

The animation initiative is taken to promote local entrepreneurship, creativity and to generate employment in the creative industry

15 Aug 2013 | PTI | COMMENTS 0

Six short films from India to feature in Bhutan Film Festival

Films such as 'Journey to Nagaland', 'Do Flowers Fly', 'Gullak', 'Dopahar', 'Bidaya' and 'The Last Day' have been selected among 10 other foreign films.

16 Dec 2012 | Chimi Gyeltshen | COMMENTS 0

Bringing Lilliputs and Pemi Tshewang Tashi to life

09 Dec 2012 | Chimi Gyeltshen | COMMENTS 0

Gaawai Sem: Romance in bardo

Bhutanese films in general, like Buddhist masters, keep reminding the public of death and karma.

17 Nov 2012 | Karma Palden | COMMENTS 0

Sir Wang Drugay: A review

Sir Wang Drugay is a Dzongkha feature film based on legendary and the much loved character, Ap Wang Drugay, the notorious fraudster of Wang, Thimphu.

25 Oct 2012 | Sonam Kurtoep Tshomo | COMMENTS 0

Cartoons and Illustrations – Line of Thoughts: Media Training

Bhutan Media Foundation completed intensive training on Cartoons

24 Oct 2012 | Sonam Kurtoep Tshomo | COMMENTS 0

The new face of visual journalism

Bhutan Media Foundation completed two day intensive training on Infographics

22 Oct 2012 | Karwang Yohxen | COMMENTS 0

Should Children be in Reality Shows?

Reality shows have adverse effects on children with some even classifying it as child labour.

09 Oct 2012 | Riku Dhan Subba | COMMENTS 0

Thank you, Sir!!

This film is different and superhit. Thank you, Sir!! a film by Tshering Gyeltshen

18 Jun 2012 | Namgay Tshering | COMMENTS 0

Kabkab Su – A film with Alu Penjo spin

Kabkab Su, the latest film screening at Lugar Theatre in Thimphu, reminds the Bhutanese audience of one of Bhutan’s favourite love stories

08 Jun 2012 | Namgay Tshering | COMMENTS 0

Another film award in the offing

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