One of the colorful gems of Nepal is the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KiMFF) which takes place in December of every year coinciding with International Mountain Day (11 December).

It provide plat form for artist, film makers, writers and thinkers especially mountain related topics and it offers broad range of possible association and alliance to be a part of it.


Its audience size and content has evolved since year 2000 to include topics such as human rights, poverty, conflict, outdoor adventure, climate change and environmental issues. Beside the red carpet show in Kathmandu, it also conducts workshops, discussion forums, exhibitions.


Travelling KiMFF programme takes the film to rural and urban area across the country to inspire and to spark a positive social change through the audio-visual medium especially among students, youths and women.  Travelling KiMFF programme is extending to international film festival circuit. For the first time, Travelling KiMFF went to Hong Kong, Macau, New York and South Korea and seeking to expand further a field in coming days.


It’s an independent, not-for-Profit organization has been a unique representative for Nepal and mountain related culture and experiences across the globe.


Its guest includes Dough Scott, writer and mountaineer, David Breshares, producer of Imax on every film and many other renowned mountaineers, writers and film makers.


This year KiMFF will bring ‘real” Nepal post earthquake Road to recovery in shorts. This is one of the events not to be missed if you plan to be in the region.


KiMFF, Laximpat, Kathmandu, Nepal

Tel: (977) 1 444 0635

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