Tenzing was born in Darjeeling to Tibetan refugee parents. He graduated from St Stephen’s College, Delhi University, and then studied broadcast journalism at the University of California, Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. Working through White Crane Films, they have made more than 20 documentaries, several video installations and one dramatic feature. A recurring subject in their work is the issue of Tibet, with which they have been intimately involved: personally, politically and artistically. Through their films, they have attempted to document, question and reflect on the questions of exile, identity, culture and nationalism that confront the Tibetan people. Another concern is the transformation and transmutation of societies
 through globalisation.
Fish Tales
Fish Tales

Ritu Sarin, Tenzing Sonam.

1997, India. vo Hindi, English. 33’