Another cinema is Possible..

Docskool started in 2008 as a filmmaker’s response to institutionalized surveillance and limited artistic control of cinema in Nepal.

In 2009 Docskool initiated its first space for filmmakers – Kathmandu Film Center, a garage top office/ resource hub for filmmakers. We have since worked extensively to promote intellectual sovereignty, freedom in arts, artist’s development and encouraged filmmaking as a tool to question and introspect human change in transition.

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‘Made in Bangladesh’ – Interview with filmmaker Rubaiyat Hossain

She questions representation of gendered bodies in cinema, and evokes feminist thoughts in media and cinema that questions regressive social norms and…


PADDAYI, India National Award (Best Regional Film), director talks of his journey

A modern day take on Shakepear’s Macbeth in Tulu (indigenous language spoken in the coastal region of Karnataka), PADDAYI will be shown…

7 filmmakers to follow the Fiction development program

7 filmmakers to follow the Fiction development program at Clinik.Kathmandu 2018

Clinik.Kathmandu concluded its fourth edition of the Writing Lab on the 5th of June at Ehwa in Dhulikhel, Kathmandu. This provided an opportunity…

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