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If you're wondering where to go after the international theatre festival concludes next week, don't worry. The 8th Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival 2010 (KIMFF'10) kicks off 9 December.

2010 is being celebrated as the International Year for Rapprochement of Cultures and the International Year of Biodiversity, so most of the 62 films from 35 countries selected for the festival reflect these causes. Twenty films will be screened in the International Competition category, 36 in the International non-competitive category, and 6 in the Nepali Panorama category.

This year, the festival has partnered with Quixote's Cove to conduct a writing workshop with Terry Gifford. A filmmaking workshop by Docskool is also a part of the festival along with an animation workshop by Danish animators Anja Perl and Laura Büchert Schjodt.

Book your tickets for back-to-back film screenings at the City Hall and the Nepal Tourism Board, Exhibition Road. The festival will run till 13 December.
www.kimff.org


Kathmandu International Theatre Festival 2010

17 November to 7 December
Rimal/Sama Theatre, Gurukul, Old Baneswor, Kathmandu
Interactions with directors and actors every day at 3pm, Sama Theatre
Performances at 5pm, Rimal Theatre

Friday 3 December
Men always come back home directed by Abdollah Barjasteh Yazdi

Saturday 4 November
Siddhartha Gautum dekhi Buddha samma... ek yatra directed by Bipin Kumar

Sunday 5 December
Prison directed by Kamaluddin Nilu

Monday 6 December
Suina Karnalika directed by Sunil Pokharel

Tuesday 7 December
Colombo Colombo: The story of your coffin directed by Indika Ferdinando



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