LoveOsho podcast E027 Mutribo
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- This is one of the LoveOsho podcasts. It was recorded on 30 October 2018.
- Episode E027: The Osho filmmaker
- with Sw Deva Mutribo
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- Mutribo was one of the main videographers during Osho’s time, to the point that most of the material used by Wild Wild Country’s directors was originally recorded by Mutribo. Mutribo has thus contributed to making Osho’s vision available to future generations. For the first time in the history of mankind, the words, acts and gestures of a Buddha are recorded in their original forms. In this episode, Mutribo talks about his experience of relating to Osho from behind the camera.
- Today our guest is Swami Deva Mutribo. Mutribo took sannyas in 1978 and was one of the main videographers during Osho’s time. Much of the footage available in the docuseries WWC was recorded by Mutribo.
- Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:
- How Mutribo came across Osho
- How Mutribo happened to become one of the main videographers during Osho’s time
- Mutribo and his contribution to making Osho’s vision available for future generations
- Mutribo talks about the experience of relating to Osho from behind the camera
- How Osho trusted Mutribo to do his job as a filmmaker
- Mutribo talks about the famous controversial video which still shocks people today
- Mutribo explains the huge gap between life in the commune with Osho and life out in the “normal” world
- Mutribo talks about the experience of filming Osho’s body straight after his death
- Mutribo talks about his journey to Mount Kailash in Tibet to film a documentary
- Mutribo talks about living a very quiet and private life
- Being with Osho is like a life accelerator
- Mutribo's morning routine
- Mutribo's favourite meditation
- Mutribo and Osho today
- Mutribo’s take on Wild Wild Country
- Most of the material and footage used by the directors of Wild Wild Country was recorded by Mutribo
- Mutribo speaks about the fact that no credit was given to the people who made the original filming used by Wild Wild Country
- see also
- The LoveOsho podcasts