The 2011 film Embrace, part of last year's Museum of Modern Art Contemporary Asian Film series, was shown last week at the Tibetan Center in Kingston. It features heavenly landscapes, swiftly moving clouds, and the lives and traditions of the Himalayan region.
The Center's website describes the film: "Embrace documents the ritualized relationship with the environment of a community engaged in tantric, rarely-seen practices. Engaging the deities of local mountains and the spirits of water and weather, a father and son share their yogic understanding of their environment as a reflection of consciousness-in-place."
You can find a list of the Center's upcoming films on their website. They ask for an $8 donation to share in the experience and free iced tea and popcorn, which I think is more than fair.
Embrace trailer: www.vimeo.com/43804906
The Tibetan Center: www.tibetancenter.org