Victress Hitchcock: When the Iron Bird Flies

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VividLife Radio’s Ed and Deb Shaprio welcome Victress Hitchcock, Award winning film maker to discuss her new project entitled, When the Iron Bird Flies, Tibetan Buddhism Arrives in the West. The film investigates the question can these age-old teachings help us find genuine happiness and create a saner, more compassionate 21st century world? 

Victress Hitchcock is writer and director of numerous programs aired on Public Television including: Song of the Open Road, a portrait of a composer living with AIDS; Children of Wind River, a documentary for the Ford Foundation and Wyoming Public Television; and Grandfather Sky, a short drama set on the Navajo Reservation produced for Native American Public Television.

 
A graduate of the London Film School and recipient of a Colorado Council on the Arts Creative Fellowship in Media
 
 
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