Story of the plight of Nepali journalists who went through a major test of their commitment to the free media during the state of emergency in Nepal in 2001.

Producer/Director: Dhurba Basnet
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Since February 1996, the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has been waging a violent struggle in a bid to capture state power in Nepal. The film attempts to understand the causes underlying the rise of the Maoists, and its effect on the local people.

Producer/Director: Dhurba Basnet
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The 'people's war' begun by the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) in 1996 has spread to almost every corner of Nepal affecting all aspects of ordinary life but without doubt one factor that has raised the deepest concern is the effect of the conflict on education. The struggle to keep alight the flame of learning in the face of grave personal danger from both sides is a story of fortitude that this film has successfully captured.

Producer/Director: Dhurba Basnet
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Six stories presents six widows whose non-combatant husbands were killed by the state and the rebels for unknown reasons. The film shows the new role played by women as the head of the family, their problems and their sorrow.

Producer/Director: Mohan Mainali
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