English | Dzongkha Friday, September 21, 2018

Japanese Opera singer encourages world peace through music

Encouraging world peace through singing, music brought Meiko Tsurusawa, an accomplished Japanese Opera singer in the country.

Local music bands struggle to make ends meet

Local music bands in the country are struggling for firm footing due to lack of audience.

‘Switched Off,’ a book authored by Bhutanese writer launched

A book titled “Switched Off”, written by the Bhutanese author Karma Tenzin was launched in Thimphu, today.

PSY and 4 other K-pop bands cancel Bhutan visit

A global Korean sensation, PSY, and four other K-pop bands cancelled their visit to Bhutan, a day ahead of the much awaited Bhutan-K-pop concert tomorrow.

Honouring best documentaries, short and animation films

Lyonpo, a documentary film on former minister Ugyen Tshering won the best documentary film award at the 4th Documentary and Short Film Awards. The award ceremony held in Thimphu yesterday also honoured outstanding works in the short and animation film categories.

Film ‘Prophecy’ bags best narrative feature award

Zuri Rinpoche’s feature film, ‘Prophecy’ won the best narrative feature award in “SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York”.

Filmmaker accuse BFA of manipulating film awards criteria

The director and the co-producer of the Bhutanese movie “Tshorwa-The Inner Call”, Karma Lhatrul Rinpoche, is accusing the Board members of the Bhutan Film Association (BFA) of manipulating the criteria for the 16th Bhutan National Film Awards, which was held last month.

Jurwa- a new TV series and graphic novel launched

Jurwa, a 2013 educational radio programme will soon hit the television sets as well as book shelves.

Hema Hema wins Audience Choice Award at Malaysia Golden Global Awards

The film “Hema, Hema: Sing Me a Song While I Wait” has won the Audience Choice Award at this year’s Malaysia Golden Global Awards, which was held yesterday.

Serga Mathang bags Prime Minister’s Award for best film

Serga Mathang bagged the Prime Minister’s award for best film at the Bhutan National Film Awards 2017, yesterday. The Prime Minister’s award, instituted for the first time this year, carries a cash prize of Nu 1 M.

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