Tenzin PhuntsogStill: Pure Land
Tenzin PHUNTSOG is a Tibetan-American filmmaker and artist who works with film, installation, multimedia and performance. He studied Media Arts at the University of California and gained an MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University. His works have exhibited and screened at renowned galleries and museums including Anthology Film Archives in New York, Microscope Gallery in New York and The Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam. Phuntsog is based in San Francisco and New York.
Four Rivers (2010), A Singing Blade (2014, short), Rituals of Resistance (2018, doc), The Day the Sun Died (2019, short), Pure Land (2022, short), Dreams (2022, short), Pala Amala/Father Mother (2022, short), Mother Tongue (2023, short)