Sunday, January 30, 2011
Nepal Film Festival seeks Indigenous women films
By Nepal International Indigenous Film Festival
Photo: Monsoon Reflections film
Indigenous Film Archive (IFA) is delighted to inform you that 5th edition Nepal International Indigenous Film Festival (NIIFF) 2011, is being organized in Kathmandu, Nepal. from April 22-25, 2011 coinciding with World Earth Day. The festival will be preceded by a day long International Conference.
Indigenous Film Archive is a NGO which works for the collection, preservation, dissemination of indigenous culture and practices through films.
NIIFF 2011 is dedicated to the indomitable spirit of the indigenous woman. The festival aims to bring out the sensitivities, strengths, skills, knowledge and wisdom that enables the indigenous woman to play a key role in holding societies and communities together. The following criteria has been set for NIIFF 2011.
- Films made by women filmmakers or films about indigenous women (Directed by either male or female filmmaker/s).
- Submission to the Festival is open to all kinds of films: Shorts or feature films, music videos, animation or documentaries of any length.
- Deadline for the Final Submission: 28 February 2011
I just came across your blog http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2010/04/indigenous-women-ofelia-rivas-and.html
You are doing a great job with your blog.
We would appreciate if you can spread the message of Indigenous film festival to fellow filmmakers and if anyone is interested, please let us know.
Looking forward to your positive response.
Ngawang Dolma Tamang,
Nepal International Indigenous Film Festival (NIIFF) 2011
Indigenous Film Archive(IFA)
P.O. Box: 10487
Anamnagar - 32 , Kathmandu
Phone: 0977 - 01 - 4102577
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