He had been making a framework to find a meaningful story from the past. The main motto is to bring out the untold stories from past. Katha Hijo Ko is longing to find the lost stories from the common people. We are looking forward to finding out more and more stories and present to the audience. Katha Hijo Ko moto is what is life and what was life, preserve for the future generation to learn.
Sujan Kunwar, originally from the remote hinterland of west Nepal Syangja and currently residing in Pokhara.
Attraction towards film making brought him back to Kathmandu valley from Pokhara where he could generate more of his ideas and contacts for film making. Starting up with Kathmandu International Film Festival (KIMFF) as volunteer for two consecutive years in 2011 and 2012, he began his thorough practice on film making.
His one of the films was selected for Unite for Good section of Hamro Short Film Competition in 2012, while another one was picked for Climate Change in 3 minutes film contest.
He was featured in a section of Republica Daily, Nepal in April 2012.
Sujan aspires to bring up different social issues on his documentaries, while thrilling actions on long features. Apart from film making he loves photography and traveling.
With all the experiences he gained from the different work environment, he always had a dream to start a programme based on history which brings out the story from our old generation.
I am Sharada Kunwar, originally from Kathmandu, Nepal and currently living in Melbourne, Australia.
I have completed my masters degree in professional accounting.
I have been working with Katha Hijo Ko team since the starting. I have been involved in management team and helping with the admin’s role. I have got opportunities to flourish myself with working in this team.