วันอาทิตย์ที่ 24 มีนาคม พ.ศ. 2556

The life of Buddha flim.

The life of Buddha  is a 2007 Thai animated feature film about the life of Gautama Buddha, based on the Tripitaka. The film was released on December 5, 2007, in celebration of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 80th birthday.


 
 The Life of Buddha Animation - Trailer (ENG Subtitle)
The life of Buddha animation
The life of Buddha animation

Directed by
Kritsaman Wattananarong        

Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Aumpira Wongthamma         screenplay

Cast (in credits order)

    Sarut Wijittranon        ...     (voice)
    Supattra Thiwanon     ...     (voice)
    Komgrit Triwimol        ...     (voice)
    Panrapee Rapeepan    ...     (voice)
    Tankhun Jititsara        ...     (voice)

Produced by
Wallapa Pimthong    ....     producer
 
Original Music by

Kaiwan Kulavadhanothai         

Production The life of Buddha

Production of the film started in 2004 as a personal project by Thai businesswoman Wallapa Phimtong, who was beset by financial difficulties and delays. Initially, Wallapa sought backing and expertise through a Thai government agency, but the funding never came through, and Wallapa become embroiled in a lawsuit over the production.

Wallapa continued with the financing of the film on her own, and at first estimated the cost of making the film at 50 million baht, but those costs doubled. She then sold off her cars, land and personal assets to make the film.

Wallapa said a businessman offered to buy the rights to film for 200 million baht but she refused the offer.

"My ultimate goal, after the film has been screened in theatres, is to distribute free copies to schools nationwide. If I sell the project to the firm, that won't be possible," she said in an interview.

วันเสาร์ที่ 23 มีนาคม พ.ศ. 2556

New Buddha in Nepal?

New Buddha in Nepal ?



Pilgrims flock to see 'Buddha boy' said to have fasted six months'
Thousands of pilgrims are pouring into the dense jungle of southern Nepal to worship a 15-year-old boy who has been hailed as a new Buddha.

Devotees claim that Ram Bomjon, who is silently meditating beneath a tree, has not eaten or drunk anything since he sat down at his chosen spot six months ago.

News at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main