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Aiya’s Apples Aisha’s Eye
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directed by Keith Khan, 1963-; produced by Jack Grossman, fl. 1962-2013 (England: Arts Council England, 1991), 21 mins
In this video, directed by Keith Khan, two women tell fables that reflect on the modern South Asian experience in Great Britain.
directed by Keith Khan, 1963-; produced by Jack Grossman, fl. 1962-2013 (England: Arts Council England, 1991), 21 mins
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Bound
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directed by Kimi Takesue, 1968-; produced by Kimi Takesue, 1968- (England: Arts Council England, 1995), 15 mins
This art film, directed by Kimi Takesue, is about a Chinese British woman who takes a symbolic journey to discover her identity.
directed by Kimi Takesue, 1968-; produced by Kimi Takesue, 1968- (England: Arts Council England, 1995), 15 mins
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Iqbal: Two or Three Things I Know About Him
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directed by Nasser Aslam, fl. 1988-1995; produced by Analisa Barreto, fl. 1994-2004 and Ramona Adhikari, fl. 1994, Arts Council of Great Britain (England: Arts Council England, 1994), 23 mins
This film, directed by Nasser Aslam, is about Mohammed Iqbal.
directed by Nasser Aslam, fl. 1988-1995; produced by Analisa Barreto, fl. 1994-2004 and Ramona Adhikari, fl. 1994, Arts Council of Great Britain (England: Arts Council England, 1994), 23 mins
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Tibetan Arts in Exile
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directed by Ng Mian Har, fl. 1991; produced by Andy Francis, fl. 1991, Wangmo Productions (England: Arts Council England, 1991), 19 mins
Since the Chinese occupation of Tibet in 1959, Tibetan religion and culture have been systematically destroyed. This programme explores how in exile the rich, ancient and unique Tibetan culture is being preserved.
directed by Ng Mian Har, fl. 1991; produced by Andy Francis, fl. 1991, Wangmo Productions (England: Arts Council England, 1991), 19 mins
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Trilogy on Tibet, Part 2, Radiating the Fruit of Truth
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directed by Graham Coleman, fl. 1984; produced by David Lascelles, 1964-, Thread Cross Films and Arts Council of Great Britain, in Trilogy on Tibet, Part 2 (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1978), 2 hours 1 mins
The essence of tantric Buddhism as expressed in some Tibetan Buddhist rituals, in particular, the invocation of the female deity Tara, “A Beautiful Ornament.”
directed by Graham Coleman, fl. 1984; produced by David Lascelles, 1964-, Thread Cross Films and Arts Council of Great Britain, in Trilogy on Tibet, Part 2 (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1978), 2 hours 1 mins
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Surviving Sabu
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directed by Ian Iqbal Rashid; produced by Liz Legum, fl. 1993 (England: Arts Council England, 1997), 16 mins
A dramatised story in which a young British Asian film-maker argues with his father about his proposed project on Indian actor, Sabu (1924-1963).
directed by Ian Iqbal Rashid; produced by Liz Legum, fl. 1993 (England: Arts Council England, 1997), 16 mins
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Tao. The Way and its power
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directed by Jeremy Marre; produced by Jeremy Marre, Arts Council of Great Britain and Harcourt Films (England: Arts Council England, 1976), 44 mins
Taoism as a cultural force, and its manifestations in Chinese society past and present.
directed by Jeremy Marre; produced by Jeremy Marre, Arts Council of Great Britain and Harcourt Films (England: Arts Council England, 1976), 44 mins
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Trilogy on Tibet, Part 1, A Prophecy
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directed by Graham Coleman, fl. 1984; produced by Arts Council of Great Britain and Thread Cross Films, in Trilogy on Tibet, Part 1 (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1978), 52 mins
The 14th Dalai Lama (Tenzing Gyatso, b.1935) in exile in India, and an exploration of the ways in which Tibetan Buddhist culture is maintained outside its country of origin during the Chinese occupation.
directed by Graham Coleman, fl. 1984; produced by Arts Council of Great Britain and Thread Cross Films, in Trilogy on Tibet, Part 1 (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1978), 52 mins
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A Bridge to the Past
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directed by Raymond Yeung; choreographed by Ching Hi, fl. 1981; produced by Raymond Yeung, Force 8 Productions; performed by Colette Koo, 1960-2010, Jacqui Chan, fl. 1994, Chowee Leow, fl. 1993 and Tom Wu, 1972- (England: Arts Council England, 1994), 21 mins
A stylised drama, incorporating elements of Peking opera and martial arts, which examines the beliefs underlying the Chinese Hungry Ghosts’ Festival.
directed by Raymond Yeung; choreographed by Ching Hi, fl. 1981; produced by Raymond Yeung, Force 8 Productions; performed by Colette Koo, 1960-2010, Jacqui Chan, fl. 1994, Chowee Leow, fl. 1993 and Tom Wu, 1972- (England: Arts Council England, 1994), 21 mins
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Synchro 1, Sampling London
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directed by Ranjana Sharda, fl. 1984; composed by Clive Smart, fl. 1993; produced by Ranjana Sharda, fl. 1984, Mix Productions, in Synchro 1 (England: Arts Council England, 1993), 6 mins
One of a series of short productions made by young black film- and video-makers, video artist, Ranjana Sharda, uses moving images, digitally-generated pictures, and painting to record the impact of black and Asian cultures on London.
directed by Ranjana Sharda, fl. 1984; composed by Clive Smart, fl. 1993; produced by Ranjana Sharda, fl. 1984, Mix Productions, in Synchro 1 (England: Arts Council England, 1993), 6 mins
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