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Code for Nepal & Nepal American Film Society Announce Partnership

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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Nepal-America International Film Festival Announces Dates & Invites for Entries

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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First NAIFF is Concluded

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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NAIFF: 2017 Submissions Closed

Nepal America Film Society would like to thank all the filmmakers from the world who submitted films for the first “Nepal America International Film Festival”. We’ve got 2657 film submissions so far, and deadline is closed. We will announce program lineup as our
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Kalo Pothi’s Special Screening

Nepal America Film Society (NAFS) has organized a special screening of ‘Kalo Pothi’ (The Black Hen) at Maryland in the US. The film, directed by Min Bahadur Bham and selected as Nepal’s official submission for the Foreign Language category in this year’s Oscars, was
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INAS Award 2016

Nepali movie industry became richer by two more film awards in this weekend. One was held in India and another in the USA. Like all other awards, the award ceremonies were equally controversial. It’s not only the artists uninterested in the film awards, now the media
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Kalo Pothi for the Oscars

Min Bahadur Bham’s ‘Kalo Pothi’ (The Black Hen) is Nepal’s official submission for this year’s 89th Academy Awards (Oscars) in the Best Foreign Language Film category. Nepal’s selection committee, headed by Film Development Board’s Chiranjibi Guragain, announced
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