By Sushma Tamang, KATHMANDU;-The International Feature Film Selection Committee (Nepal) has opened the application for the participation of Nepali films in the 94th Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscar). The film selection committee Nepal has stated in a press release that the film should have been registered from September 6 to October 15 along with the documents that meet all the criteria set by the academy.
The 94th Academy Awards (The Oscar Awards) are being presented at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, USA on Sunday, March 27, 2022. The award, which is held every year in February, has been postponed to one month due to the Corona epidemic. This year’s Oscar awards have also been somewhat flexible for films that could not be released due to the epidemic.
In previous years, in order to participate in the Oscar Awards, it had to be released in any film hall and lasted for a week. However, this year, the film that could not be released due to the closure of the hall due to Corona will be able to participate in the Oscar competition. For this, the concerned film has to submit a letter from the government recognized cinema hall stopping the release of the film.
In addition to this, the films that have come to the online streaming site or video on demand without going to the cinema hall will also be able to participate in the Oscars. Bimal Poudel is the chairman of the committee that selects Nepali films for the Oscars, while Rajendra Shalabh, Laxminath Sharma, Pradip Upadhyay, Lokendra Parajuli, Rajubikram Thapa, Chiranjeebi Guragain and Samipyaraj Timalsena have an executive committee.
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