The Nepali version of MIRA has been showing across Nepal through the mobile cinema screenings that have been funded by the Vimeo sales of the film that is available in English, French & Chinese. We have now made the full Nepali film available for viewing on Youtube.
Thank you to Rajan Shrestha, Dinesh Dakota, Shashank Poudel & Anusha Khanal who worked hard behind the scenes in translating, dubbing & producing this Nepali version.
‘Mira’ follows the journey of a spirited Nepali village girl on her pursuit to being a world-recognised mountain runner. Growing up in a remote mountain village in Nepal, Mira always dreamed of being successful in sport despite all the challenges that she & other Nepali girls face. After running away from home, Mira joined the Maoist army until as a young adult, she travelled the long distance to Kathmandu to try her luck. Out of money, she was about to return home to her village, when by chance on a morning run, she meets another runner who tells her about a long running race in the local hills. She wins it and soon begins to realise her tough mountain village upbringing has prepared her perfectly for this sport.
This inspirational story, filmed across Nepal, Hong Kong, Australia, Spain, Italy & France tells the story of Mira’s journey in the face of adversity to compete against the world’s best mountain runners.
Grand Prize – Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival 2017
Parkstad Limburg Jury Award [Dutch Mountain Film Festival 2017]
Audience Choice Award [Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival 2017]
Prix du Dépassement de Soi [Les Diablerets International Film Festival 2016]
Best Film in Mountain Culture [New Zealand Mountain Film Festival 2016]
Winner of Emerging Talent Award [Alaska International Film Awards 2016]
Winner of Audience Choice Award at Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival 2016.
Finalist at BANFF Mountain Film Festival 
Watch the English version of MIRA here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/miraraifilm
All vimeo rental sales will go directly towards funding the screening of ‘Mira’ around Nepal and to empower and encourage Nepalese girls to participate in sports.