Stories Tagged 'Kathmandu international mountain film festival'
Afghan filmmaker Sahra Mani’s A Thousand Girls Like Me won first place in the international category, as the 2018 Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KIMFF) came to a close. The award comes with a purse of $1500.
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The 16th iteration of the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival begins today, December 7, at City Hall on Exhibition Road, Kathmandu. Over five days (Dec 7-Dec 11), the festival will screen 72 films—including documentaries, fiction, and animation—representing 32 countries.
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Death of a Sound Man (directed by Sorayos Prapapan), a movie that depicts the life of a member of a film crew, won the best film award at the recently concluded Ekadeshma International Short Film Festival.
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The venue for Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival has been moved from the City hall to Kumari hall after the government refused to rent the space out for the gathering.
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