2017 Script Development FundLIST A Year of Cold
|A Year of Cold
|Min Bahadur BHAM
An award-winning filmmaker from Nepal, Min Bahadur Bham graduated in filmmaking and literature, and has a master’s degree in Buddhist Philosophy and Political Science. His short film, The Flute (2012), was the first Nepalese film presented at the Venice International Film Festival 2012. He was a participant of the Berlinale Talents 2013, and the Asian Film Academy 2013, and was awarded the Dongseo Scholarship Fund.
His feature directorial debut, The Black Hen (2015), was the first Nepalese film presented at Venice Critics’ Week and was awarded Fedeora Award for the Best Film 2015. It was a huge box office success and also the official Nepalese entry for the Academy Awards 2016, in the category of Best Foreign Language Film.
He has also produced films that have screened at various international film festivals, including Venice, San Sebastian, Busan, Locarno, Tokyo, Seattle, and Montreal.