On the occasion of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, Delegation of the European Union to Nepal in association with the British Council Nepal presents the 7th European Union Film Festival (EUFF).
Featuring over a dozen titles from across the European continent, this is the first time the Festival screened films in Pokhara, Kaski district (7 and 8 July 2018). In Kathmandu, public screenings are being held between 14 and 16 July 2018 at Nepal Tourism Board, Exhibition Road.
The goals of EUFF are to promote cultural exchange and increased understanding between European Union Member States, the UK and Nepal through the medium of film. Titles for the 2018 edition include documentaries on European art, heritage and culture, fiction films that champion the art of filmmaking and altogether engaging, though-provoking narratives.
British Council is presenting the critically acclaimed drama, My Pure Land (2017) by Sarmad Masud to showcase the best of UK cinema at EUFF 2018. Additionally, it has invited film professionals, artists, architects and others to facilitate post-screening discussions on most films to create an immersive experience and critical dialogue around film as an art form and a cultural tool.
Check the official event page of the festival here.