Nepal’s Oscar Submission ( Movie Screening)

This October EduLift brings you yet another get together an event with minimal expenses with maximum entertainment.
We will be screening four most recognized and award-winning movies of Nepal and India.
Kalo Pothi, Kathaa 72, White Sun and Newton at Cho-Jhor Community Hall Boudha on 26th October and 27th October. The screening is part of EduLift’s Fundraising event where we will be charging a minimal cost per movie. We will be using the raised fund for our further programs and projects which includes ( our programs “Art and Language Program” with grade 9 students, Explore Program with post grade 10 students and “Teacher Training Program” with the community and government teachers
Following are the movies with detail.

1. First Day ( 26th Oct – 2:30-4:00pm )

First time in Nepal EduLift bring you “ Kathaa 72” An aloof and a distant man learns the true meaning of’ home’ and also learns to see the women in his life in a new light before leaving his earthquake-shattered country.

1.2 First Day ( 26th Oct Friday 4:30-6:30)

The story takes place in Mugu, a district in north-west Nepal in 2001 during the Nepalese civil war (1996–2006). It is the first Nepali film to be screened at the Venice Film Festival. It was selected as the Nepalese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards but it was not nominated. It is also the highest grossing Nepali film in overseas and one of the highest grossing films in Nepal.

2. Second Day ( 27th Oct Saturday 2:30-4:00pm)

The film is based on Nepalese Civil War’s conflict between royalists and Maoists. It world premiered in the Horizons section at the 73rd edition of the Venice Film Festival. It was later screened at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. It was selected as the Nepali entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards,

2.2 Second Day ( 27th Oct Saturday 4:30-6:30pm)
Newton is a 2017 Indian comedy-drama film ,its world premiere in the Forum section of the 67th Berlin International Film Festival. The film received universal acclaim, securing eight nominations at the 63rd Filmfare Awards, including Best Film (Critics), Best Actor (Critics) for Rao and Best Supporting Actor for Tripathi, while winning Best Film and Filmfare Award for Best Story.