Film Development Board, Nepal in association with Nepal Tourism Board is publishing location guide book with photos for the cinema tourism under fiscal year 2019/20. The book will be published under ‘Nepal for Cinematography’ campaign.
With the film grants now in place, the film is all set to kick-start its preparations. Right now, the film is hoping to begin screening process for actors. “We want this movie to be a once in a lifetime experience for all those involved, ourselves included. We’re looking for sporty and spontaneous people who are open to new experiences and come with no previous conceptions,” said Gurung.
KATHMANDU, June 17: A sit-in was held today near the Prime Minister's official residence, Baluwatar, demanding the guarantee of the life of Gangamaya, who has been on a fast-onto-death for long, calling for justice to her murdered son.
SYANGJA, March 21: Waling is nestled among the beautiful hills of Syangja district where the river Aandhikhola crisscrosses. The breathtaking Machhapuchhre mountain watches the place from a distance, and the nearby Khadadevi Bahunthan seems eager to just embrace it. The place got its name from the farmers who used to sing folklores during rice plantation. The name for the farmers’ song -- Waligeet -- evolved over the years to give a name to the place, Waling.
It is quite an achievement to get out of a busy life in Kathmandu. I grabbed the opportunity immediately when it knocked after the recently held elections. I along with my friends reached Tistung, after traveling 65 km via road from Kathmandu. We rested for a while at the Om Adhyay Resort. As we reached the resort in the evening, we were impressed by the palace-like architecture and bonfire there.
Every New Year calls for an uncertain beginning. Though we may witness unpredictable mounts and bents throughout the year, we harbor the idea of welcoming every forthcoming beginning with much anticipation and excitement. With 2018 just around the corner, we have fastened our belts to explore the uncertainties that the new beginning would set forth.
Recently, Line, a play based on Israel Horovitz’s one-act play of the same name, was up at Shilpee Theater in Battisputali, Kathmandu. The play ran for three weeks. The incongruous drama’s entire plot showcases five people waiting in line for an event. The play starring Rajkumar Pudasaini, Sudam CK, Loonibha Tuladhar, Sandesh Shakya, and Saroj Aryal was directed and translated into Nepali by Akanchha Karki, who is a theater artist and a psychologist as well.
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 19: Thousands of anti-government protesters marched in Malaysia's capital on Saturday demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak over his alleged involvement in a multi-billion dollar misappropriation scandal.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 16: One of the world’s most popular means of communication, Facebook's (FB.O) WhatsApp, is adding fully encrypted video calling to its messaging app on Monday, a move that comes as privacy advocates worry about the potential for stepped-up government surveillance under a Trump administration.