Film about artist Tsering Dorjee and San Francisco weekend culture School is now available on YouTube
“Scent of Juniper” is a real life story about a Tibetan exile folk artist, Tsering Dorjee who lives in the San Francisco Bay area and his initiative in passing down centuries old Tibetan literature and performing arts to younger generation Tibetans.
He does so through the community weekend culture school, which serves these youngsters who were born and raised in the US.
Here is the full film made available on YouTube.
The film won rising star award at the 2014 Canada International Film festival.
The film is made by US-based filmmaker and TV producer Tashi Wangchuk, who has many films to his credit including Richard Gere is My Hero released in 2010. His new film My Son Tenzin is ready to hit the international film festivals.