The Nepali Folk Band Museum has planned to organize the second international folk music documentary festival in the capital from 23 to 25 November.
Organizing a press meet here on Wednesday, founder of the Museum Ram Prasad Kandel shared that the festival will see screening of 25 documentaries from 12 countries including Nepal. The documentaries would depict folk culture of the respective countries.
The festival aims to identify and publicize the age-old and precious Nepali folk music, bands, folk dance, culture and traditions in the international arena. Also, it would help study and research on these sectors, Mr Kandel added.
The festival under the slogan- ‘Music for Life, and Music to Live’- has a jury comprising Michael Yoke, professor and documentary producer from a British University, Meghnath, director and documentary producer from India and Narayan Majhi, documentary producer from Nepal.
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