Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.
Tsering Wangmo is a filmmaker raised in a Tibetan refugee settlement in India. She is an alum of New York University where she completed her master's degree in journalism, specializing in News and documentary film production. In the past she has worked as a photojournalist and reporter for the Hindu and the Indian Express.
With her recent documentary projects, she explores complex questions facing the Tibetan refugees in India. She is particularly interested in representing the experiences of working class families.
Best movie cameraman work Finalist
Tibetan Nomads in Exile
International Festival of Cameramen "Golden Eye"
Official selection
Heart feels warm
Pasadena, California
Semi-finalist Best Short Screenplay
Heart feels warm
Changing Face International Film Festival
Sydney, NSW
Best International Drama ShortFilm Script
Heart feels warm
ShortScript by FICCH
new york university
Current City
Dreams about riding a horse on the green pastures of Tibet.
“I love making films. I'm happiest when I'm doing it. For me, the fear is not being able to make the next thing and not being able, as a woman filmmaker and as a filmmaker of color, to put together the resources to make another thing.”
-- Ava DuVernay
Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.