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Visually and respectfully, Joe Mickey and Sazzy Varga, founders of The Tibetan Photo Project and producers of "Voices
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Voice in Exile

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Come back for more screening info. We are creating a list of individuals who are currently doing independent screening. We are very excited about how this is growing!

Screening History

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and for "Voices in Exile"

Tibet Routes Event - Revival Bar-Toronto, Canada

Nov. 2008-Tibetan Movie Night Caspar, CA

Sept 2008 Tibet Routes Event - Revival Bar-Toronto, Canada
DVD screenings and photo exhibit from The Tibetan Photo Project

Sept 16.2008
DVD screenings and showing of photos from The Tibetan Photo Project
plus silent auction

Ukiah, CA Mendocino College
Oct . 19.

Colby College, Waterville, Maine
April - May2007
screenings of "Voices in Exile" and "Visually and Respectfully Yours - The Story of The Tibetan Photo Project." Screenings are sponsored by Colby College Students for a Free Tibet.

Premiere in Healdsburg, California.
Raven Theatre, Healdsburg, CA. Independent films double feature 7 p.m.
7 p.m. "Jumping Flea" by Paul Kraus
8:30 p.m. "Voices in Exile" by Tenzin Wangden Andrugtsang

Date: Saturday-November 5, 2005
Premiere reception at 6:30 p.m.

Golden Gate Club at the Presidio-San Francisco, CA
See "Voices in Exile" at the 20th anniversary of Tibet Day in San Francisco at the Presidio. Get more information by contacting Bay Area Friends of Tibet

Date: November 20, 2005

Antioch University-Herndon Gallery Yellow Springs, Ohio , 7 p.m.
Date: October 11, 2005

Community Public Television - MCCET 3, Fort Bragg, CA

Date: August 16th and 19th, 7 p.m.
MCCET has over 10,000 viewers on the coast.
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In July and August, Tibetan support groups in New Zealand, France, England, Alaska, Washington state, Michigan, South Carolina, and The San Francisco Bay area have responded to the offer by The Tibetan Photo Project to give public screenings of "Voices in Exile" at no charge to raise awareness and for possible fundraising activities. Scheduling of dates is in the works.
Toronto Film Festival

TibetMichigan & SFT GVSU Screening
August 16, 2005 Grand Rapids Michigan
Tibetmichigan and Students For A Free Tibet (SF
T) Grand Valley State University combined a screening of Tenzin Wangden Andrugtsangs' "Voices in Exile," with a going away party for going away party for Dorjee/Choekyi. While some people had already left for the eve, organizer Glenn Freeman and Martha Steele pulled the remaining group together for a photo. You can read Steele's comments on "Voices in Exile" on the Voices In Exile review page

Michigan screening

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Menodo Cinema
Perfume Mendo/Gallery of the Senses/Audio Nouveau
Main & Lancing in Mendocino, CA
Saturday, July 23
Producer's, wine and cheese
reception 7:30 p.m. (Includes ocean view) Screening begins at 8 p.m.

Tibetan Film Festival 2005 Melbourne, Australia
Dates Thurs. 7 July - Sunday 10 July 2005 Location Cinemas -Australia (See review)

The Tibetan Photo Project work-in-progress screenings of "Voices In Exile".
April 27, 2005 6 and 8 p.m. Redwood Coast Senior Center
490 N. Harold Street -Fort Bragg, CA

Premiere of "Voices In Exile" a first cut work-in-progress. By Tibetan documentary filmmaker Tenzin Wangden Andrugtsang. Q&A with the producer and cofounder of The Tibetan Photo Project
Sponsored by the North Coast Photography Club

The Tibetan Photo Project work-in-progress screenings of "Voices In Exile".
February 27, 2005 at
The Meadows Museum at Centenary College
2911 Centenary Blvd.
Shreveport, Louisiana 71104

Lakeshore college Pamloa Center
Click photo to enlarge. See more images from Shreveport screening in Gallery #34

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