The documentary film “Into the Heart of the Mountain,” follows Roshi Joan Halifax on her path to empower women and indigenous people to preserve their culture via Upaya’s Nomads Clinic.
“In my life I’ve been so touched by the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh,” said Benedict Cumberbatch.
“States of Grace” is a documentary about, Grace Dammann — a doctor, mother, and Buddhist — and the accident that changed her life.
Gelek Rimpoche, founder of the Jewel Heart organization of Tibetan Buddhist centers, is the subject of a new documentary film.
Filmmaker Edward Burger has announced a new project to look into the contemporary life of one of China’s most ancient Chan monasteries.
Konchog Norbu reports on the new Showtime documentary series, Time of Death, to see how it approaches a difficult topic.
Filmmaker Wiriya Sati has announced the online release of The Buddha’s Forgotten Nuns.
By Canadian filmmaker David Cherniack, a new documentary film follows thirty-five Westerners as they attempt an eight-week, silent retreat.
Souls of Zen — Buddhism, Ancestors, and the 2011 Tsunami in Japan is a new documentary that looks at Japanese Buddhism after the disaster.
The Central Tibet Administration has released a documentary titled “The Burning Question: Why are Tibetans Turning to Self-Immolation?”