This video captured the beautiful created art piece depicts the historic birth of Sakyamuni Buddha based on Buddhacarita.


This animation documents the life of the Buddha who was born for the welfare of the world. After he was awakened to the root of suffering, ignorance, and a path to remove suffering. (By The One Academy Penang, Malaysia, 2013)

The Life of Venerable Master Hsing Yun depicts how one Buddhist monk has dedicated his years to the service of Buddhism and humanity.

This video combines both chronological and spatial aspects to create a visual image of the spread of Buddhism around the world. The video begins from the birth of the Buddha and ends with the establishment of Humanistic Buddhism.

This short film documents the motivation behind the architectural drawings and animation of an altar carriage in the Later Zhao kingdom of northern China.

This carriage showed dragons spewing water over a Buddha’s image and wooden monks circumambulating and offering incense to the Buddha.

This documentary presents the history and shares with us the participant and volunteer stories behind 25 years of Buddha's Birthday Festivals in Sydney.

This video was first aired at the 25th Buddha's Birthday Festival in Sydney at Darling Harbour over the 7-8 May 2016 weekend. (By Chalk Box Production, 2016)

The Buddha's Birthday Festival has been celebrated across Australia in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Wollongong with a history spanning 25 years. The video highlights some of the activities across each of the Buddha's Birthday Festival locations and the importance of the occasion in the Buddhist calendar.

This documentary presents Buddha and I” is presented by the Buddha’s Birthday Education Project team. The team’s passion lies in bringing the ancient wisdom of The Buddha to help navigate the challenges of modern life. Through the stories of The Buddha’s life, we encourage you to find your personal story of wisdom and enlightenment. What is Truth to you? How will you face your struggles, doubts and challenges? Tell us your story. (By Greg Twemlow, DT Digital Media, 2018)