Directed by Kim Shelton
Country: Myanmar
Year: 2016

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Shot on-site at a 118-year-old nunnery on the banks of Myanmar’s Irrawaddy River, this short film takes an unprecedented look into the daily grind of pink and saffron-robed Buddhist nuns, ranging from age seven to seventy, who have found refuge, education, and friendship amid external hardships.

Join us on January 29 and 31 at the Here Now Space in the heart of the West Village in New York City, where we’ll be hosting a live screening of these five award-winning short films, followed by a Q&A with a few of the filmmakers. Beat the rush and book your tickets in advance.

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