KATHMANDU:- The ninth ‘Nepal Human Rights International Virtual Film Festival’ is scheduled to be held from November 22 to 25 organized by the Human Rights Film Center. Although the Center has been organizing the ‘Nepal
Human Rights International Film Festival’ every year, due to Corona, the festival is being held through virtual medium like last year.
The festival will screen 42 local and foreign feature films, documentaries, short films and films of all genres from 24 countries. The director of the festival, Pandav Khatri, informed that the best films have been selected for the screening from among the applications. Films screened at the festival can be viewed by logging on to the 9nhriff.muvi.com website.
The festival also features interactions with human rights activists and artists, as well as program discussions. The festival will also feature interactions on topics such as ‘Environment for Human Rights and Justice’, ‘Corona’s Impact on Human Rights’, ‘Prevention of Violence Against Women, Empowerment, Rights and the Role of Cinema in Inclusion’.
Similarly, how to bring Nepali film to OTT? Khatri said that a master class will also be organized on the subject. Only international bidha films will be screened in the festival while Nepali bidha films will compete. The best fiction, best documentary and best female filmmaker will be selected and the award will be announced.
Asha Magrati, Manoj Babu Pant and Lina Ranjit will play the role of the jury in the festival. The festival is co-organized by the National Human Rights Commission and the Canadian Embassy in Nepal. Dozens of organizations, including the Film Development Board and the Human Rights Film Network, have expressed solidarity for the promotion of the festival.
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