Kyar Kyar Pankha at Toronto Nepali Film Festival

28 Mar 2015
Innis Town Hall 2 Sussex Ave, Toronto

We are proud to co-present Kyar Kyar Pankha as part of the Toronto Nepali Film Festival this year.

Directed by Pasang Dawa Sherpa, Kyar Kyar Pankha (the squeaking table fan) beautifully uses the squeaking fan as a metaphor for the life of Sampat, who works in electronic repair shop in metropolis of Kathmandu.

The films of TNFF 2015 portray lives of Nepalis within different regions of Nepal and abroad. Some of the featured films provide stories of prescribed ideas of success and constraints on individual aspirations. Some expose the human tribulations in terrains far away from “modern, city life”. The films’ power lies in ability to beautifully weave together joy and humor in lives of the characters depicted in the films.

Previous Screenings
2014   Eka Deshma – Festival De’ Contemporary Cinema
2014   Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival

Pasang Dawa Sherpa was born in Nepal, grew up in Himachal Pradesh in India, and now lives in Nepal. He graduated from Oscar International College of Film Studies in Kathmandu. He has directed films like Guitar (2012), Suvash (2013) and Lifafa (2013).

Toronto Nepali Film Festival (TNFF) is a non-profit organization based in Toronto, Canada. Partnering with organizations in Canada, Nepal and beyond, TNFF intends to bring a festival of Nepali films to Toronto annually.

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