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'Tibetan Hearts' Wins Award at La Femme International Film Festival

On Saturday, October 21st, La Femme International Film Festival screened ‘Tibetan Hearts’, a true story of star-crossed lovers in the Tibetan Plateau. The romantic leads fall in love despite the rivalry between their sheep-herding families. 

LAFIFF took place at the Regal Cinemas in LA Live, located in downtown Los Angeles. Now in its 19th year, it is a festival with a special focus on promoting and supporting films directed, produced, and written by female filmmakers.  

‘Tibetan Hearts’ producers Lynn Tang and Libo Li were in attendance, as well as Colleen Russel Criste, development officer at MOCA, and Tibetan documentary director Pema Dhondup. The film was very positively received by the audience. Director Brian Connors called it “a tender, touching film with sensational scenery”.

At the closing Award Ceremony, producer Lynn Tang was honored with the award for Best Foreign Producer. This was the culmination of so much hard work. When Lynn was approached to produce this film, she knew it would be incredibly challenging. Due to the tense political situation in Tibet, film permits are unattainable for most foreign filmmakers.  There were also the physical challenges of making a film during a pandemic and shooting on location at an extreme elevation. 

 

As a result of these challenges, Lynn produced the film remotely. While the cast and crew (comprised of locals) filmed on location in Tibet, she remained in Los Angeles.  

Lynn Tang would like to thank La Femme International Film Festival for granting her this award, along with the many people who have supported ‘Tibetan Hearts.’ 


 

 

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