The 60 Second International Film Festival (60 SIFF) 2015 was held in Kathmandu. It was screened in two rounds on September 2 and 3 at Q’s Cinemas, Durbar Marg by Open Space Nepal (OSN)- the country partner for the 60 SIFF. The event was organised by Pakistan based Morango Films who initialized it in 2013.
Present among the guests were Abrar Ul Hasson, the founder of the festival that took place in Nepal for the second time and OSN founding Chairman Abdus Miya.
48 one-minute long movies were screened this year. Out of them 14 were from Nepali filmmakers. The competition saw a total of 140 films from over 20 countries including Poland, Russia, and Switzerland.