ISKCON Cinema Classics - 2 DVDs Set

During the 1970's when the Hare Krishna movement was spreading very fast all over the world one of the main preaching tools was the films produced by Yadubara Prabhu and his wife Visakha devi dasi. Srila Prabhupada personally encouraged Yadubara Prabhu to produce these films and enjoyed watching them personally. No preaching engagement in India would ever be complete without the screening of at least one of the ISKCON Cinema films.

These ISKCON Cinema films are very professionally produced and even today are still amazingly powerful preaching tools. Now for the first time all these films have been digitally mastered to two DVDs from the original master copies of the films and you can again watch them in their original sparkling clarity.

The films are:

  • The Hare Krishna People
    The first documentary film on the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) worldwide. (1974, 31 minutes, Audio in 3 languages)
  • Brilliant as the Sun
    A documentary on the production and distribution of Srila Prabhupada's books (sankirtan). Filmed in Los Angeles. . (1976, 23 minutes, Audio in 3 languages)
  • The Spiritual Frontier
    A very uplifting and enlivening documentary on ISKCON's first farm community: New Vrindavana in West Virginia, USA. (1976, 24 minutes, Audio in 7 languages)
  • A Spark of Life A dramatic film based on the Philosophy of Bhagavad-gita. Filmed on the campus of UCLA. (1977, 24 minutes, Audio in English only)
  • Vrindavan, Land of Krishna
    An award-winning documentary on the town of Vrindavan which is where Lord Krishna spent his childhood in India. (1978, 23 minutes, Audio in 4 languages)
  • The World of Hare Krishna ISKCON worldwide revisited. (1981, 33 minutes, Audio in 11 languages)
  • Your Ever Well-Wisher
    A film biography on the life of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Founder-Acharya of ISKCON. (1983, 55 minutes, Audio in 3 languages)
  • Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu -- The Golden Avatar
    A docudrama produced for the 500th anniversary of the appearance of Lord Caitanya. Filmed in Mayapur, West Bengal. (1986, 29 minutes, Audio in 3 languages)

Color, 242 minutes duration.