Screening of Short Movies & Documentaries [INVITATION]

This month ‘April’ seems to be movie month, here in Kathmandu. Short Nepali Movies and Documentaries are screening everyday, but I guess I’ll miss them all.

We have got invitations for following Movie shows for this week. If you love to watch short Movies and Documentaries then you can join them. 

Cine-saptaha: generation zed and between the line

You are invited to Screening of "Between the line" a film by Kailash K Shrestha and AbhiManyu Dixit's Film "generation ged" at Docskool Film Centre, Gaurighat Right next to Vice-President Parmananda Jha's Resident.

generation zed

Screening date: 8th April to 14th April
Time : 4.30 pm everyday
Ticket: Rs. 30
Venue : Docskool Film Centre, Gaurighat

NYAP film series

UNYAP (United Nations Youth Advisory Panel) takes great pleasure in inviting you to the 1st episode of UNYAP film series. The film series is a regular event organized by UNYAP and hosted by UNCT (United Nations Country Teams).

There will be screening of two documentary viz: "New Data on rise of Women by Hanna Rosin and Asia's rise -- how and when by Hans Rosling followed by a discussion on Census 2011: Data for Development facilitated by UNFPA.

Date: Friday, April 8, 2011
Time : 3pm
Venue:United Nations Conference Hall, UN House, Pulchowk

Rato Ghar Documentaries & Films Show

With immense courtesy we heartily welcome you to participate in fortnightly documentaries and films shows.SALGI based on novel “Salgi ko Balatkrit Aashu” of Parijat by Badri Adhikari is the feature film  to be screened this Sunday, 10th April.

A brief talk session will follow among participants to analyze the different perspective in which your inputs will be highly motivational. Come speak your mind for change of society!

Title : Salgi (Documentary)

Time: 4 pm sharp.

Date : 10th April 2011 (Entry Free)

Venue: Rato Ghar, Ravi Bhawan. (between Korean Embassy and Lincoln School)

1 comment :

  1. These are the times I wish I was in Kathmandu at the moment! so many good movies to see. One of the only Nepali documentaries I've seen is 'Sari Soldiers' and it was brilliant!