Tanka

(David Lebrun, 1976, 9 min)

Historic Film, Short Film

“Tanka means, literally, a thing rolled up. The film, photographed from Tibetan scroll paintings of the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries, is a cyclical vision of ancient gods and demons, an animated journey through the image world of the Tibetan Book of the Dead.” -David Lebrun

16mm


Directed by David Lebrun


Showing:

Wednesday, March 20 6:59pm

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