One World Film Festival announcement!

Great news! MY REINCARNATION has been accepted into the  One World – International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, which will take place in Prague, Czech Republic from 8 to 17 March 2011. You can find more information about that festival, along with other future festivals, on our screenings...
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“O.F.F. #2” Exclusively Live on Website!

Our new Holiday Video O.F.F. #2 “SINGING PRAYER” (1989) is live exclusively on our website: www.myreincarnationfilm.com. I remember shooting this scene well: Each week I followed Chögyal Namkhai Norbu and his wife, Rosa, on their trip to Naples from their apartment in Formia so Rinpoche could teach at the University. Rinpoche and Rosa stayed at Bruno Irmici’s house when in...
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LAST SCREENING IDFA COMING FRIDAY!

For all of you who have not been able to get into the sold out screenings of the film, please try to come to the last IDFA screening in Amsterdam on Friday, November 26 at 11 am in the Munt Cinema 11 in Amsterdam. Pass the word! I will already be gone, but Babeth M. Van Loo, our co-producer from the Buddhist Broadcast Foundation, will be there to answer questions after the screening. It has been...
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Crazy Wild! Love at IDFA!

Oh my God! There is some crazy, good news from the International Film Festival in Amsterdam (IDFA) IDFA festival sells tickets ahead of time online. They wrote me amazed: the first screening of MY REINCARNATION on November 18 sold out within 7 hours of opening the on-line ticket sales three weeks ago! As far as I know almost no other film did that in the entire festival – they have like 500...
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Lost in Space: Arriving In Amsterdam for the Festival IDFA

I just flew from Florence to Amsterdam for the International Documentary Festival (IDFA) where the film will premiere on November 18 and then have three more screenings. My head is spinning. I still want to show you pictures of the gorgeous cinema THE ODEON in Florence (photos are being sent to me from the wonderful Italian photographer, Lorenzo Carlomagno, who was freelancing for the Festival...
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