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Mindful Eye: November Film at Tzu Chi Center

Learn More about Mindful Eye Purchase tickets November 10, 2021 is the first-ever Call to Earth Day, a CNN initiative that celebrates our planet, draws awareness to pressing environmental issues, and fosters engagement with conservation education. In honor of this occasion, Mindful Eye is proud to screen the documentary film, Gunda (2020), from November 10 to 16. Plus, catch our exclusive interview with the director of the film, Russian filmmaker

Mindful Eye: August Film at Tzu Chi Center

Learn More about Mindful Eye Purchase tickets This August, we’re looking at how the unique struggles of our lives may be eased through mindfulness and strengthened spirituality. That’s why we’ll be watching the documentary My Year of Living Mindfully (2020), directed by and starring Australian journalist Shannon Harvey who’ll join host Bart Shatto for a conversation on the journey we witness her take. Then, we’ll see the On the Buddha’s

Mindful Eye: June Film at Tzu Chi Center

Learn More about Mindful Eye Purchase tickets This June, we’re examining how art may be used to express compassion. We will be screening the documentary film, Monk With a Camera (2013), and will be joined by co-director TIna Mascara to discuss. Then, we’ll show a short clip from the Tzu Chi USA series, Good Deeds Blossom, that features artist and former Tzu Chi disaster case manager Bobbie Rae Jones. She

Mindful Eye: Film at Tzu Chi Center

Screening bi-monthly, the Tzu Chi Center presents films and conversations on global issues connected to core concepts in Buddhism, including compassion and mindful living. We have pointed our lens at documentary and fiction films that teach, challenge, and inspire us to act. We’re also inviting special guests to discuss the films, the issues they explore, and so much more. All proceeds from Mindful Eye ticket sales are donated to Tzu

Mindful Eye: April Film at Tzu Chi Center

This April, we’re celebrating Earth Day! Join Mindful Eye host Bart Shatto on a trip to New York’s Hudson Valley as we explore ideas on restoring our Earth. There, he’ll be joined in conversation by Amy and Gail Hepworth, the twin sisters who co-own and operate Hepworth Farms. But before that, enjoy a screening of the documentary film, Tea Mountain: A Life Steeped in Gratitude, about a hardworking tea farmer

Mindful Eye: Film at Tzu Chi Center

On February 25, we will kick off our film series with an exploration of the themes in the films Honeyland (2019) and the Tzu Chi USA film, Stung by Climate (2015). To walk us through the issues modern beekeepers face today – and our society, too – we will be joined by the directors of each film, Tamara Kotevksa and Nils Aucante (respectively), for a reflection on the films, how

Mindful Eye

Mindful Eye Film at Tzu Chi Center Coming in FebruaryKaruna February 24 – March 26, 2022 @ 8pm ET | 7pm CT | 6pm MT | 5pm PT This winter, discover how engaged Buddhism can change the world through a vivid documentary that takes you into the lives of a small, but mighty group of women in India and Nepal. See how they’ve been empowered by Karuna-Shechen, a non-profit co-founded

United in Action

United in Action episodes will explore topics related to UN and Tzu Chi missions, shedding light on inequity and action.

February – March 2022

Welcome to Mindful Eye: Film at Tzu Chi Center! This winter, Mindful Eye presents the transporting documentary film, Karuna, plus conversation between special guest, producer and filmmaker Ida Eva Zielinska, and host Bart Shatto, premiering on February 24, 2022 and available to view until March 26, 2022. To make the most of your viewing experience, please enter full screen. Enjoy the show! TUNE IN ON FEBRUARY 24, 20228pm EST |

June 2021

Welcome to Mindful Eye: Film at Tzu Chi Center! Tonight, Mindful Eye presents Monk With a Camera with special guest, filmmaker Tina Mascara. You’ll also see a clip from the Tzu Chi USA series, Good Deeds Blossom featuring the work of Chico-based artist and disaster case manager Bobbie Rae Jones, who’ll join our host, Bart Shatto for a conversation. To make the most of your viewing experience, please enter full

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