Film Screening and Talk by Yi Cui

February 23, 2018

FROM OUR EYES

The Tourists (16min) by Douke Gyal

A group of Tibetans are guiding tourists through the beautiful land of Nyanpo Yuzee. One of them, the young herdsman Douke Gyal, curiously observed the interaction between the locals and the outsiders through the lens of his video camera … …

Tibetan New Year  (32min) by Kunsang Shampa

The filmmaker offers us a close look at the rituals and activities in an ordinary family in Lhasa during the Tibetan New Year.

Sunshine on the Pilgrimage (28min) by Lhape Lokar

A group of young boys are going on a pilgrimage. Their journey gradually turns into a mosaic of spiritual pursuit, as well as jokes, games, laugh and moments of daydreaming… …

SPEAKER

Yi Cui was born and raised in northwest China and currently lives between her homeland and Canada. Before starting to make films, she worked in conservation ecology. She received her MFA in Film and Video from York University in Toronto. Her body of work consists of experimental, documentary, narrative and essay films. The constant search for poetics in film medium is a recurring theme in her films.

Co-organizers:

  • SFU David See-chai Lam Centre
  • Department of Sociology & Anthropology

Date
Friday, February 23, 2018

Time
11:30am

Place
SFU Burnaby
West Mall Complex (WMC)
Room 3255
8888 University Dr
Burnaby

Seating is limited.
Please register here.