Film South Asia

Nepal, 2007
Synopsis

The Jan Vrijman Fund supported the editions of Film South Asia in 2003 and 2007 and will support the festival again in 2011.

Film South Asia is a biennial festival of Southasian non-fiction film that brings together the best documentaries of the previous two years to the venues in Kathmandu. Through the years, it has established itself as a regular festival dedicated to the craft of non-fiction film in the region. After the main edition in Kathmandu the festival organizes a travelling programme with the best documentaries to tour in different countries in South Asia as part of Travelling Film South Asia.

FSA '11 will be held from September 29 to October 2.

Project information at the time of IDFA Bertha Fund entry
Title: Film South Asia 2011
Translated title: Film South Asia 2011
Countries: Nepal
Project Details
Supported for: Other Activities 2011 / Other Activities 2007 / Other Activities 2003
Received amount: € 10,000 / € 7,500 / € 10,000
Activity Date October 2011
Financing: Complete
Region: Asia
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