NEW DELHI, Oct 27, 2022 (Tvforumbd) – As many as 37 Bangladeshi popular films including four documentaries and eight short films would be featured during the five-day long 4th Bangladesh Film Festival begins in Kolkata, West Bengal, on Saturday (October 29).
The four documentaries are- Hasina-A Daughter’s tale, Badhya Bhumete Ekdin, Ekti Desher Jonno Gaan (Song for a country) and Modhumoti Parer Manushti Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Most of the films, which were released in Bangladesh recently would be screened during the festival being organized by the Bangladesh Deputy High
Commission, Kolkata with the support of the ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the government of Bangladesh, the Deputy high Commission
sources told Tvforumbd.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hasan Mamud, MP, will open the festival at Rabindra Sadan at 4:00 pm on October 29 as the chief guest. Babul Supriyo, Minister for Information Technology, electronics and tourism, will attend the function as the guest of honour while eminent film Director Gautam Ghosh as special guest.
Eminent film artistes Jaya Ahsan, Chanchal Chowdhury and Mosharrof Karim, among others, will join the opening ceremony from Bangladesh film industry, sources said.
Apart from the documentaries and short films, 25 full-length recently released feature films, which have earned huge acclamations would be screened
in Nandan-1,2,3 halls in Rabindra Sadan till October 2.
The 25 feature films include- Gunin, Hridita, Beauty Circus, Hawa, Paran, Payer Tolay Mati Nei, Paap Punno, Kalbela, Chironjeeb Mujib, Rehana Morium Noor, Nona Jaler Kabbo, Raat Jaga Phool, Lal Moroger Jhuti, Goor, Golui, Gondi, Bishwa Sundari, Rupsha Nadir Banke, Shuttle Train, Moner Moto Manush Pailam Na, Na-Dorai, Komla Rocket, Gohin, Baluchar and Unpanchat Batas.
The eight short films are- Dhor, Moyna, Tarnsit, Kothai Pabo Tare, Fera, Nari Jibon, Kagoj Khela and Aarong.
The Bangladesh film festival, which the organisers said that it brought people of two countries much closer, is being held during the four years. As many as 32 popular films from Bangladesh were screened at the festival last year at Nandan-1.