Min Bahadur Bham

Min Bahadur Bham


My past still haunts me... It is crucial for me to bring out my true own life experiences to the world.    


Min Bahadur Bham is a young emerging director graduated in Nepali Literature and Filmmaking with a post-graduate degree in Buddhist Philosophy and Political Science. His first short film was THE LAST BEGINNING (2009), followed by THE FLUTE (2012) which was a historical first for Nepali film as it was selected for the Venice IFF and won a Jury Award at the Toronto Nepali Film Festival. He participated in the Berlinale Talent Campus and attended the Asian Film Academy in the Busan International Film Festival in 2013 where he was awarded The Outstanding Fellow Award. THE BLACK HEN, his debut film was the first Nepali long-feature film presented in Venice IFF, where it won the Best Film Award in the Critics’ Week section.

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