On April 25, 2015 Nepal was hit by a quake measuring 7.9 on the Richter Scale.
This film is an ode to the commonplace. Its four segments or chapters are slighter narratives that the commonplace
Dor Bahadur Bista, one of Nepal’s most controversial intellectuals in modern times, disappeared without trace in 1996.
This is an unusually intimate portrait of a state-run hospital in one of Nepal’s most remote and poorest districts of Kalikot in West Nepal.
A boy on a terrace across my window, a domestic worker, sweeps, waters plants, washes clothes
Whosoever fought alongside or against these men feared or derided them, but all were smitten by them.
This film explores the fragile ground where love and unlove cohabit, illuminating a rare space where the two are in close.
Yudha Chitra (Frames of War) is a stark reminder that peace has not yet come for those directly affected by Nepal’s 11-year conflict.
They call themselves ‘corner’ people. No settlement lies beyond their high hills.
In recent years, fear of being caught in the crossfire between state security forces and Maoist insurgents and a failing economy propelled Nepalis to sell themselves