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Retrospective Film Exhibition of Xie Fei:
Song of Tibet (Yeshe Dolma 益西卓瑪) and A Mongolian Tale (黑駿馬)
Friday, June 8, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The Presentation Room, Charles E. Young Research Library (11348 YRL), UCLA Library
The Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library is honored to present a retrospective film exhibition of Film Director Xie Fei's works, Song of Tibet (Yeshe Dolma 益西卓瑪) and A Mongolian Tale (黑駿馬) as part of its 70th Anniversary Celebration Program in 2018.
Schedule of Events
10:00 AM Song of Tibet (Yeshe Dolma 益西卓瑪)
12:00 PM Light Lunch Reception
1:00 PM A Mongolian Tale (黑駿馬)
3:00 PM Dialogue / Q&A
Song of Tibet displays the last century of Tibetan history by telling the love story of Yeshe Dolma, a Tibetan woman, her romance with three men and her whole life. The actors and actress are all of Tibetan nationality.
In A Mongolian Tale, Bayinbulag and Somiya are brought up, from a young age, as brother and sister by their adoptive grandmother. The three live happily in a yurt on the Mongolian steppes. Just before Bayinbulag is to leave for the city, to be trained as a vet, the grandmother suggests that Bayinbulag and Somiya should eventually marry. Bayinbulag, now training to be a musician, stays away for long periods of time without communicating with Somiya. He finally comes back expecting to marry her.
In the year 2018, the East Asian Library celebrates its 70th Anniversary since its founding in 1948.