The Nepal International Indigenous Film Festival opens tomorrow. Here's the website and schedule.
Screenings will be at Bhrikutimandap - the Nepal Tourism Board hall and the City Hall, across the road from one another. (I think it's also called Pradarshini or Exhibition Road.) Films run through Sunday, May 31.
Admission is a refreshing 30NRs (about fifty cents) with a discount for card-carrying students.
I'm looking forward to entries about the Lepcha (the original peoples of Sikkim) and the Saami of "Lapland," said to be the last Caucasian peoples living a tribal lifestyle.
Wonder if I can crash the opening ceremony ("for invited guests only")?
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