Mickey Lemle has made documentary films about some of the most brilliant individuals in the modern world.
From His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama to Ram Dass to Sir Laurens van der Post, Lemle has been rubbing shoulders with great minds who all have very spiritual & compassionate ways of living. Lemle has had the splendid fortune to be able to tell their stories.
how Lemle’s time in Nepal in the Peace Corps informed him about Tibet and in turn led to his making his first documentary film
how/why he treats doc filmmaking as personal exploration
how to make one’s spiritual documentary accessible to a wider audience
the power of a meditation practice to doc filmmakers
tips for interviewing the most incredible minds of the world
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