"The acclaimed yatra trilogy films of john bush"  PBS

JOURNEY INTO BUDDHISM • A DOCU-SERIES

Cinematic pilgrimages in Bali, Cambodia, Java, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, & Tibet.

 
 
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VAJRA SKY OVER TIBET

Journey Into an Endangered World

89 minutes

 

"One of the top 100 world cinema masterpieces of all time."

-Dennis schwartz, Ozus World Movie reviews


“Viewers will be awed by this luminous world -
so rarely captured on film."

-Museum of fine arts, boston

 

A tonic for Buddhists, no doubt, it offers many pleasures to the atheist as well."

-Village Voice

 

"A well photographed inside look at a fascinating culture and its people."

-Los Angeles Times

 

"Could soften the most brittle heart."

-TIme Out New York

 

PRAJNA EARTH

Journey Into Sacred Nature

85 minutes

 

"A stunning cinematic journey."

-Asia society, New York

 

"In this magnificently produced film... one has the sense of a journey here into another time and place."

-LA Yoga Magazine

 

"Beautifully shot footage, Sharon Stone's melodious narration, and background chanting, imbue this soothing, meditative program."

-Booklist

 

"Prajna Earth is a film I will come back to time and again... a pleasure at every level."

-Mark Epstein, MD, author

 
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DHARMA RIVER

Journey of a Thousand Buddhas

81 minutes

 

"A spiritual film with a big heart that dazzles with amazing imagery for the eye and its poetics are pleasing to the mind."

-Ozus world movie reviews

 

"John Bush's commentaries about Buddha's life and teachings deepen an appreciation of local art, ceremonies, symbolism, and architectural imagery."

-Booklist

 

"A lush, timeless, and mystical cinematic journey."

-Flavorpill

 

"Dharma River delights... lyrically poetic and visually stunning. Don't miss this dazzling glimpse of a sacred world."

-Daniel Goleman,

AUTHOR - EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Learn more about the Journey Into Buddhism trilogy here.

Find more information on the dance films in collaboration with Nadine Helstroffer here.