The Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KIMFF) is accepting films until August 31st, 2018. Here you can find more information about their Call for Entry.
KIMFF, the only festival of its kind east of Suez, brings to Kathmandu Valley some of the most recent and exciting films about mountains, mountain environment, mountain cultures and communities from various corners of the world. KIMFF screens films produced during the last three years and features discussion forums, on-demand screenings, as well as exhibitions of books and photography celebrating mountains. The festival is organized with the conviction that human experiences in the world’s highlands, especially those in the developing countries, is worth documenting and sharing. KIMFF hopes not only to encourage a deeper understanding of the social and cultural realities of those regions but also to create a sense that the significance of those regions is often far-flung.
Organized by Himal Association, KIMFF started as a non-competitive, biennial festival in 2000. A wide selection of films – alpine documentation, archival footage, adventure cinema, experimental shorts, commentaries, anthropological narratives, feature films, etc. – have been screened in the previous four festivals. These movies have dealt with issues regarding cultural practices, lifestyles, conflict, wildlife, mountain-climbing, environment, globalization, and gender, among many others.
– All films must be completed after January 1st, 2016.
– To ensure that the full range of mountain issues will be available to the participants and audience of kimff, no restrictions have been set in terms of discipline, genre, length, and format.
– The entries can be documentaries, full-length features, shorts, animation or experimental.
– Films can be on any theme including ethnography, adventure, investigative reportage, abstract, or personal narratives.
– Films not in English dialogues must have English subtitles.
– Submission Fees: FREE
– Deadline: August 31st, 2018
To read more about the Rules and Regulations please follow the next link: https://kimff.org/kimff-2018/submission-guidelines
We remind readers that the 16th Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival will take place on December 7th – 11th 2018, in Kathmandu, Nepal.
To see other Call for Entries please go to our section “Call for Entries”.
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