Tenzin Phuntsog is an award winning filmmaker, and emerging artist. He was recognized as a Flaherty Fellow for his commitment to the art of the moving image. Rituals of Resistance a feature length film about three generations of resistance in exile won the Emerging Documentary Feature Award at the AAIFF42 Asian American International Film Festival in New York in 2019. His most recent contributions are in print in the latest Flaherty Seminar Catalogue: Action, published in collaboration with the Flaherty, Union Docs and World Records. His films have screened at BlackStar, Camden International, Margaret Mead, Video Brasil, Anthology Film Archives, Microscope Gallery and the Eye Film Museum in the Netherlands. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Film at Montana State University. He earned his MFA at Columbia University in New York as a Moving Image Artist and Agnes Martin Fellow. BA in Media Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles. Through a Film Foundation Fellowship, he studied Film Preservation at Cineteca Bologna, Italy. He was also Blue Mountain Center Artist in Residence. He has served as an advisor for the Prince Claus Funds in Amsterdam. He manages the Tibet Film Archive. He is currently working on several new projects including organizing Stateless .
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