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KIMFF Monthly Virtual Session

Conversation with THF Fellows'

kimff is pleased to announce the fourth edition of its monthly zoom series 'kimff in Conversation with THF Fellows'.
Every month we will feature directors, producers, practitioners from the local and global film community. We look forward to engaging you in conversations around the creative and technical aspects of film and filmmaking, from conceptualizing and pitching ideas, about the production and post-production process, fundraising, entering film festivals, marketing, and distribution.
In our Fourth zoom session "How to apply for Toni Hagen Foundation grant?", This month we feature Aditya Khadka, Bishal Roka Magar, Pradeep Dhakal, and Nishon Shakya, the winner of Toni Hagen Foundation Documentary Filmmaking Grant 2019-2020 along with kimff team members.
Please register through the link below:
https://forms.gle/EzUQ1XwsJpcPbJBR6

Date and Time: 18th June. 6pm NST(Nepal Standard Time)


Toni Hagen Foundation is offering grants of Rs. 150,000 each for three film projects by young Nepalese filmmakers. The grant will be awarded to filmmakers with an excellent concept for short, creative, and thoughtful documentaries that provide an insight into Nepali society, socio-cultural issues, peoples, places, culture, history, and development – and embrace issues that are pertinent to the Nepali public. The deadline for submission is on the 11th of July, 2021.
The first group of films produced under the Toni Hagen Documentary Grant are “Blues of Pink” by Grishma Giri, “Chitrapuri Nagar” by Rajeela Shrestha, and “Gaine” by Pradeep Dhakal. The second batch of films comprises “The Cremator” by Nishon Shakya, “Lahureni” by Bishal Roka Magar, and “Saparu” by Aditya Khadka. All grant projects are screened at kimff.