Nepal Film And Cultural Academy (NFCA) is going to Start five days film festival programme at Pokhara, namely Nepal International Film Festival (NIFF). In a recent press meet held at Kathmandu NIFF’s Chair person K.P Pathak and Festival Director Manoj Pandit Summarized about the happening Festival.
In the press meet chairperson Pathak revealed that more than 400 films throughout the world were received and among them 53 films (Short, Feature and Nepali Panorama) are officially selected for screening by NIFF’s Pre-Selection Comittee . These 53 films are going to be screened at pokhara, from 2-5 feb 2018 in different venues simultaneously. Officially selected 53 films list can be viewed here.
The primary aim will be to provide a platform for Nepalese as well as foreign film makers to showcase their creative storytelling in a competitive way.The event will also help Nepal garner some global exposure which it lacks. The festival will also showcase lots Nepalese films and foreign films made in Nepal, and will help promote Nepal as a filming destination.Starting from February 2017, NIFF aims to repeat itself every year in the same month, and establish a national as well as global presence. NIFF’s consistency will be vital in establishing a film culture in the country, which is NFCA’s foremost goal, “Festival director Pandit said”
Nepal International Film Festival (NIFF) is going to start from Feb 2-5 2018 .