OLO THE BOY FROM TIBET is a moving and timely film. Olo was six when he fled from Tibet when his mother gave him a push forward and said ''Study hard''. Living in Dharamsala, northern India, Olo asks ''Why did my mother urge me to leave my homeland?'' The camera films him as he looks for answers. Serious global attention and real concern is being paid to the potentially genocidal situation occurring in Tibet. This experience will update you on how Tibetans are surviving and maintaining their religion and culture - against the odds.
Just by attending you are showing your support.
Come along on Monday 24th September at 8pm. Tickets $15.