We’re extremely excited to let you know that our weekly movie night is back in a rectified form called ‘CINE NIGHT’ under the newly established Arts, Culture & Cinema Resource Center at Bikalpa Art Center.
We call this brand new program “Cine Night @ BAC” where we the cinema lovers and cinephiles come together and watch beautiful movies and share their views, ideas, and artistic interpretations about the movie.
Cine Night @ BAC is created for the sole purpose of making people aware of more artistic and Autour cinema a bit shadowed by the ‘goliath’ commercial and contemporary popular cinema. This event shall be held every Wednesday @ BAC where some renowned figures in the art cinema scene will be invited and shall watch a designated movie together.
After the screening, the audience present will participate in an informal form of chit-chat/discussion with the invited guest. For the proliferation of art and artistic cinema, discussions in a timely interval are particularly important for the rejuvenation of the artistic scene. This program will facilitate an open and wide discussion on cinema and art.
On top of that this program will also provide opportunities to new and talented filmmakers and audio-visual artists. Their projects will also be featured on the official YouTube Channel of BAC and also will be helping to popularize such events and artists. Having met the goal of this program we’ll create a significant buzz around art, cinema, and visual art which is imperative for the proliferation of the art scene through-in and throughout.
On the very first iteration of the Cine Night, we will be screening an acclaimed Nepali movie titled ‘Dying Candle’ directed by Naresh Kumar KC and Bimal Subedi.
On this very occasion, Bikalpa Art Cafe has agreed to provide a special menu for the Cine Night audience and FREE POPCORN!
We will be looking forward to seeing you there!