AsiaLENS: The Song Collector
Time:Begins at 7:00 PM
Event Type:Film Screening
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Through the intimate interactions of three generations of the Namgyal family, The Song Collector explores the uneasy relationship between culture and development and ultimately offers a new vision, inspired by the Buddhist concept of the ‘middle path’, that seeks to find a lasting coexistence between tradition and modernization. (Directed by Erik Koto. 2016. Ladakh, India. 54 minutes.)
Cost: Free and open to the public!
Registration: None required.
Information about the AsiaLENS Series
AsiaLENS is a series of free public film screenings and discussion programs—organized by the Asian Educational Media Service (AEMS)/Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies (CEAPS) in collaboration with the Spurlock Museum—presenting recent documentary and independent films on issues reflecting contemporary life in Asia. Local and visiting experts introduce the films and lead audiences in post-screening discussions.