Music by Michel Tyabji, Techung & others. 

Directed by Khashyar Darvich, produced by David Mueller (A Good Day to Die), with music director & composer Michel Tyabji.  The film has won more then 20 awards at film festivals the World over.
"This is the film that began my career as far as writing music for film in the US.  I have no idea why Kahsayar Darvich chose me as I am sure he had a lot of folks with tons of experience in film music knocking on his door!  We worked for 2 years on the music and during this time I met many of the folks I now work with on a daily basis, who now define my person (Techung, Roop Verma, Heyraneh and many others).   Because of this film Rosa & I got to realize the life long dream to be around Kundun (HH Dalai Lama) and to contribute towards more understanding, compassion and Love in the World.  There are no words to express my deep thanks and gratitude.  I can only do it through music and I hope the 
 sound track album demonstrates this.  


Rosa and I also mixed the film at the first Limitless Sky studio in Los Angeles." - Michel Tyabji

 

 

 

Reviews and Praise for "Dalai Lama Renaissance"

"SPELLBINDING . . . An uplifting cathartic journey that grips the soul."
"An inspirational revelation for mankind . . . An everlasting awakening of the heart and mind."

- Actress Diane Ladd - 3-time Oscar & Emmy nominee, winner of the British Academy Award, and author of "Spiraling Through the School of Life"

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"Yes I like your questions..."
"Certainly, your effort can make some contribution—there’s no doubt."

- The 14th Dalai Lama - (to "DLR" Producer-Director Khashyar Darvich)

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"I narrated ‘Dalai Lama Renaissance,’ because I believe His Holiness is making a positive influence in our world. For me, the film represented an opportunity to continue assisting the optimistic efforts of an extraordinary individual."

- Harrison Ford - actor, narrator of "Dalai Lama Renaissance"

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"a provocative, even enlightening film."
"fascinating, ravishingly beautiful and sonically soothing."

- John Griffin - Montreal Gazette (review)

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