• Daughters of Dolma

    In the heart of Nepal, a distinct group of people maintains a unique way of life. They are bound by a tradition handed down through countless generations. They shave their heads, dress in maroon robes and commit to monastic vows.
    Here is a story about being a woman in the midst of an ancient tradition, living with modernity in a city like Kathmandu, a community of diverse backgrounds and personalities aspiring for the same goal.

    Daughters of Dolma
  • European Week of Sport

    The European Week of Sport takes place at EU, national, regional and local level, and is structured to include themes and activities that appeal to all audiences.

    Public authorities, the sport movement, civil society organisations, the private sector, grassroots initiatives and individuals are working together to inspire people to be more active.

    The Week is structured around four Focus Days: Education environment, Workplace, Outdoors, Sport Clubs and Fitness Centres. These ar...

    European Week of Sport
  • The Legacy of Menla

    Traditional Tibetan Medicine has cured many and given hope to many more. Despite this reality, it is still sidelined as spiritual, alternative, and irrational with questions raised about its efficacy. Understanding its underlying science, or asking the individuals involved in its curing process, has rarely been the focus. This documentary film reveals an outlook of Tibetan Medicine on modern illnesses, and takes a very close look at what this medical system has to offer - through the p...

    The Legacy of Menla

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