Adventure Film Festival was held on Saturday, November 17 at St. Xavier’s School, Jawalakhel. Himalayan Outdoor Festival team organised one of the biggest international festivals for audiences here in Kathmandu. The event showcased a number of short films that were from 6 min to 29 min and one that lasted 78 min, Ready to Fly. The event is the brainchild of Jonny Copp who sketched out the vision of a community based, mission oriented, outdoor adventure film festival that tied indie film with art and activism. Therefore, he created the film festival by bringing together adventurers, artists, filmmakers and activists who believed in the power of the story and the narrative of adventure to change and challenge the world we live in. Over the next six years, the film festival would grow to became an international success with shows in Chile, France, and across the US and for the first time in Nepal. Apart from the screenings, the festival also included various outdoor activities such as 2 on 2 basketball, BMX stunts, Zip-line, horizontal Bungy, rope climbing and horse riding among others. There were food and educational stalls as well. Albatross and Joint Family International also gave superb performances. Overall, it was a thrilling event that saw many indulge in their areas of interest.