"Unmistaken Child" is a documentary film created, directed, and written by Israeli filmmaker Nati Baratz. It follows a Tibetan Buddhist monk’s search for the reincarnation of his beloved teacher.
(Embassy of Israel, Yangon)
The Third Israeli Film Festival was held in Yangon, Myanmar from October 25-27, 2015, hosted by the Israeli Embassy. Two flims were screened on the opening day of the festival: a documentary "Unmistaken Child" by Director Nati Baratz and a short student film entitled "How I killed Rabin". Israel’s Ambassador to Myanmar Daniel Zonshine addressed a memorial ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the assassination of former Israeli Prime Minister and statesman Yitzhak Rabin.
"Unmistaken Child" is a documentary film created, directed, and written by Israeli filmmaker Nati Baratz. It follows a Tibetan Buddhist monk’s search for the reincarnation of his beloved teacher, the world-renowned Lama Geshe Lama Konchog. It follows the deceased Lama’s closest disciple, a modest young monk named Tenzin Zopa, as he seeks to find the child who is his master’s reincarnation.
"Unmistaken Child" attracted much attention and interest from film fans and media on opening day. The director, Nati Baratz, attending the screening. Among the film festival fans are the U.S. Ambassador to Myanmar, heads of UN missions, actor Lu Min who serves as Chairman of the Myanmar Motion Picture Organization, local actress Swe Zin Htike and director Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi.
While in Myanmar, Nati Baratz also took the opportunity to meet with the Myanmar Motion Picture Organization and Human Rights Human Diginity International Film School, where he shared his knowledge and ideas in film making.
Director Nati Baratz holds workshop at the Human Rights Human Diginity International Film School in Yangon
Copyright: Embassy of Israel, Yangon