Nepal, Dec. 7 -- The 16th iteration of the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival begins today, December 7, at City Hall on Exhibition Road, Kathmandu. Over five days (Dec 7-Dec 11), the festival will screen 72 films-including documentaries, fiction, and animation-representing 32 countries. The screenings will take place in two venues-City Hall and Nepal Tourism Board-centred around this year's theme of 'Women Move Mountains'.

Here, we take a look at a number of films we deemed would make for an exciting watch each day of the festival.

Day 1: Mountain (Australia, 74 minutes)

Mountain, directed by Australian documentary filmmaker Jennifer Peedom, will open the first day of Kimff 2018. Mountain is a cinematic musical collaboratio...