Daughters of the Curved Moon wins Best Cinematography and Talking to the Air: The Horses of the Last Forbidden Kingdom wins Best Original Music Score at the Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival!
We’re honored that our documentary about the indomitable Meghna Lama, a trans activist and model in Nepal is an official selection at OUT ON FILM, Atlanta. Out On Film: Atlanta's LGBT Film Festival is an 8-day cinematic journey of our lives, our culture and our identity. These are our stories.
Pink Tiffany - October 2, 2019, 12:00 - 1:21 PM
Landmark Midtown Art Cinema
Parking: Free onsite parking
931 Monroe Drive
Atlanta, GA 30308
Tickets and events listed at https://www.outonfilm.org/
Daughters of the Curved Moon - CALIFORNIA
Friday 29th March 2019, 6pm at Arlene Francis Centre for the Arts, Santa Rosa, CA, USA
Free entrance, dinner included!
Pink Tiffany - DHAKA
Friday 29th March 2019, 11am at REINCARNATE II, Bangladesh Mahila Samity, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Rubina by Night - KATHMANDU
Friday 5th April 2019, 4.30pm at Nepal Human Rights Film Festival, Nepal Tourism Board, Kathmandu, Nepal
Pink Tiffany Screens March 29th in Dhaka at Reincarnate II.
TNIFF celebrates a diversity of voices. We are excited that four films have been made official selections -
Talking to the Air: The Horses of the Last Forbidden Kingdom
Daughters of the Curved Moon - (our one hour broadcast cut)
Rubina By Night
A one hour version of “Daughters of the Curved Moon” screens on Arté in Europe on February 15th 2019.
Entitled “Nepal: The Voices of Women” - we are incredibly happy that this film is getting broadcast.
For all the incredible women who inspired the making of this film, we thank you!
LINK TO ARTÉ
YIIFF’s mission is to inspire and bring to the forefront the unheard voices of aspiring, independent film makers from around the globe.
We’re proud to announce that both films are screening Feb 1-3 at the Staff College in Jawalakhel. Check their website for screening times. http://yiiff.org/
Pink Tiffany is screening at San Antonio’s QFest! We’re very please to be an official selection.
LA Femme International Film Festival
Regal Cinemas LA Live 14 - Venue 2
1000 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Thursday October 11 - 2:05-4:00 PM Block
TIX - $10 http://www.lafemme.org/tickets/
TALKING TO THE AIR: THE HORSES OF THE LAST FORBIDDEN KINGDOM
San Diego International Film Festival
ArcLight Cinemas, La Jolla
La Jolla Theater Location
4425 La Jolla Drive
San Diego, CA 92122
Saturday October 13 - 2:00pm
Sunday October 14 - 1:30pm
TIX $16 - https://secure.sdiff.com/f/passes-2018/talking-to-the-air-the-horses-of-the-last-forbidden-kingdom
SOAS - University of London
Wolfson Lecture Theatre, Senate House
Tuesday May 15th - 5pm
"Nepal on Screen" Phase Worldwide
The AbbeyDale Picture House
Thursday May 17th - 6:30 - 10:30pm
Nepal American International Film Festival
Regal Hyattsville Royale Stadium 14 - Auditorium 8
Saturday May 19th - 4 - 6pm
We are very pleased to announce that two documentaries "Pink Tiffany" and "Daughters of the Curved Moon" will screen as part of the Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival from the 7th-10th March in Kathmandu. The 6th annual NHRIFF has been established as a forum for advocating human rights via film.
Films will screen at the Nepal Tourism Board Hall in Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu
Daughters of the Curved Moon - Thursday March 8th, 3pm
Pink Tiffany - Friday March 9th, 3pm
More info at: Nepal Human Rights Film Center
#becouragousbecomeyourtrueself #transgender #documentary #empoweringwomen
We are delighted to be collaborating with PHASE Worldwide on presenting our film "Daughters of the Curved Moon" alongside the inspiring and beautiful documentary "Children of the Snowland" on Thursday the 5th of April. Join us in Bristol for this intimate screening and learn more about the country PHASE works in and why their work is so important.
The filmmakers will be present to introduce the films. They will hold an interval between the films where refreshments will be available.
PHASE will also screen the film in Sheffield on May 17th at the at the Abbeydale Picture House.
For tix and more info visit: PHASE Worldwide
“Pink Tiffany premieres at KIMFF to rave reviews”
The Kathmandu Post
“A tale of triumph from the transgender community.”
We are very excited to premiere our new documentary film "Pink Tiffany" at the 15th Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival in December 2017.
Meghna Lama is a torch-bearer for the transgender community in Nepal. Bravely embracing her transformation in a culture that often values sons and daughters very differently, her dauntless attitude and spirited laugh are a powerful reminder of not only what it is to be transgender in Nepal, but ultimately, what it is to be human.
While Nepal may be a beacon of progress, legally recognizing an “other” gender, this film is a breaking of the silence on the daily struggle to gain not only social legitimacy, but also family acceptance, perhaps the largest hurdle for all of our personal journeys and dreams.
Film Screens on December 16th, 2017.
Film SouthAsia - Kathmandu, Nepal
Festival of South Asian Documentaries
Friday November 3rd, 11am
6pm- Miranda will take part the Panel Discussion on gender, sexuality, and rights.
Tix and Info: http://www.filmsouthasia.org/
Aldeburgh Documentary Festival - UK Premiere
Sunday November 5th, 11am
Sophie will be there for the festival and for a Q&A after the film.
Tix and Info: Aldeburgh Cinema
Reel East Texas Film Festival - Kilgore, TX, USA
Texan Theater at 224 S. Kilgore Street
Saturday November 18th, 5:30pm block
Sophie will also be at the festival.
Tix and Info : Reel East Texas Film
From the Longview Journal: Texas
by Jimmy Isaac
"Reel East Texas Film Festival is in essence an international event with seven foreign films. Among them is a documentary that Hale and Festival Operations Director James Draper agreed will be a cultural exploration for audiences.
According to the Toronto Film Festival, it's the documentary directed by Miranda Mortan Yap and Sophie Dia Pegrum that captures the journey of a young woman, Nisha, as she challenges the traditional ideologies in her community. The documentary shows the way women's lives are still bound by Hindu societal structure in Jumla, Nepal.
They watched the documentary at a film festival in San Antonio, and after talking with its filmmakers on a Saturday, they had the film submitted to their festival the following Monday."
"I consider myself to be someone well read and at least try to know as much as I can," Hale said, "and I didn't not know it was this bad. Women do everything in this village, and when I saw everything? They wake up in the morning before the sun comes up. They plow the fields, they tend the gardens, they tend the livestock, they do the household things. I am not kidding when I tell you that the men stand and watch — utterly bizarre. Come see the movie. I'm not exaggerating. I was absolutely shocked at just the utter acceptance of it." - Chip Hale
Daughters of the Curved Moon is screening Saturday 18th of November at 5:30pm
224 S. Kilgore Street
Kilgore TX USA
For tix and info go to: http://reeleasttexas.com/