Synopsis

French, 1 x 77 min.

Feature-length documentary, shot undercover over a period of eight years, about the survival of the non-violent resistance movement in Tibet. A Tibetan refugee based in Quebec delivers to Tibetans under Chinese law a clandestine video message recorded for the film by Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.

2009

GÉMEAUX

Best Editing for a Public Affairs or Documentary Program

2009

GÉMEAUX

Best Documentary Script

2005

Mountain Film Festival (Telluride)

Award for Best Film of the festival

2005

Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois

Association québécoise des critiques de cinéma Award for Best Feature Film

2004

Top 10 Canadien

International Film Festival Group – Selected as one of 10 Best Canadian Films of 2004

2004

Hollywood Film Festival

Best Documentary Film

2004

International Film Festival (Vancouver)

Federal Express Award for Most Popular Canadian Film, ex-aequo with Being Caribou

2004

Festival du film de l’Atlantique

Award for Best Canadian Feature Film

2004

Festival du Film de l’Atlantique

Audience Award

Production years
2017
Format
Documentary and Esperamos
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