We just got back from Transylvania, Romania where we filmed the third stage of our upcoming documentary, A Magyar Nóta Belga Mestere (The Belgian Master of Hungarian Nota).
We just got some incredible news! We were chosen to be a funded project at the Hungarian National Media Fund. Yeeeeeeeeesssssssss!
We are thrilled to go into production with a project that grew from a 5 min short for PBS into a feature length film.
Last year upon the success of our recent documentary film The Legacy of Menla, the main character from our film Dr Dorjee Rapten Neshar visited Hungary to hold lecture series throughout the country. This year he returned again!
The Legacy of Menla is on the cover of Tricycle Magazine’s Website as being part of the magazine’s film club.
We are very extrmely happy that The Legacy of Menla is featured in the Tricycle Magazine in the United States.
As some of you might already know The Legacy of Menla won the Best Documentary award at Brasov International Film Festival last year in September but we just received our trophy!
A few weeks ago we received a very humbling request from the Dharma Gate Buddhist College to screen The Legacy of Menla and have a talk afterwards.