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Maryland, USA – Nepal-America Film Society (NAFS), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Maryland, proudly announces the 3rd Nepal-America International Film Festival (NAIFF). The film festival will take place from 28-30 June 2019, in the Washington DC metro area. We are now accepting submissions of all genres; feature films, documentaries, animations, experimental and short films...
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The second Nepal America International Film Festival was concluded on May 21, 2018 with the following winners: Best Narrative Feature – Bijuli Machine For its originality and inspiring story that celebrates science and ingenuity. An audience-pleasing film that is well made with good performances by the lead actors. Honorable Mention – In Search of Nation...
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Maryland- Nepal America Film Society proudly unveils official banner of Nepal America International Film Festival 2018 for the public. The film festival is taking place on May 18-20, 2018 at AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center and Regal Cinema, Hyattsville, Maryland. The festival will be organized in partnership with Nepali Diaspora organizations of America, film...
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Code for Nepal and Nepal American Film Society proudly announce the partnership for the short video competition “Kata Nepali?” titled where is Nepal/Nepali heading? The winning videos of the competition will be screened at the Nepal-America International Film Festival in Washington DC area from 18- May to 20 May 2018, organized by Maryland based non-profit...
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Maryland, USA – Nepal-America Film Society (NAFS), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Maryland, proudly announces the 2nd
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Dir. Nabin Subba. Nepal. 2017. 133 minutes In the winter of 2004, as Nepal is shaken by a rebellion led by Maoist guerrillas, three young men in Kathmandu are deciding what to do with their lives. Goodbye Kathmandu is three family stories woven together with affection and some preachiness by Nabin Subba against the background...
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The first Nepal America International Film Festival was concluded on May 7, 2017 with the following winners:         The Best short film Dadyaa directed by Bibhusan Basnet, Pooja Gurung – Nepal       The Best feature film narrative Serdhak The Golden Hill directed by Rajan Kathet – Nepal      ...
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Global Peace Film Festival Sidebar Genre: Drama Country:  Canada/India Runtime: 92 mins Director:  Mitra Sen Language(s): Hindi Subtitles: English
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Global Peace Film Festival Sidebar   Genre: Documentary Country: Mexico, USA Runtime: 48 mins Director:  Francisco Alarcón Language(s):  Mexico, USA Subtitles: English
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Short Film Genre: Short Country: USA Runtime: 15 Min Director: Rajendra Thakurathi Language(s): English Subtitles: English
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