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London to host Buddhist film festival

April 20, 2009

AIM Magazine (UK)
April 19, 2009

The International Buddhist Film Festival comes to
London in May, offering films from across the
world with a Buddhist touch - from documentaries to Hollywood blockbusters.

More than 40 films from 18 countries, including
27 UK premieres, will be screened at the Barbican
in London from Thursday May 7th to 17th.

It is the first time the International Buddhist
Film Festival (IBFF) has come to the UK.

The IBFF is being sponsored by The Robert H. N.
Ho Family Foundation whose new Gallery of Asian
Buddhist Sculptures at the V&A opens on 29 April.

A series of arts events including an
International forum on Buddhism and the Arts
Today and A Day of Rare Buddhist Dances will be
held at the V&A in celebration of the Gallery inauguration.

Media contact: annah@ideageneration.co.uk
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