6th Nepal-Africa Film Festival from Sept 18
Sixth Nepal-Africa Film Festival -2017 is taking place here from September 18.
College of Journalism and Mass Communications (CJMC) is organising the festival that will run up to three days, according to festival managing director Dr Manju Mishra.
The objective of the festival is to provide a platform for cultural and touristic exchanges between Nepal and Africa.
Nine short films made on the theme of socio-cultural life experiences of nine countries including Nepal, Uganda, Rwanda, Senegal, and India will be screened in the festival to be held at Kamalpokhari-based Russian Center of Science and Culture. RSS
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