A three-day film festival featuring popular Bengali films concluded at the auditorium of Jagannath University on Tuesday.
A total seven films namely Nasiruddin Yousuf’s ‘Alpha’, Razibul Hossain’s ‘Hridoyer Rangdhonu’, Tauquir Ahmed’s ‘Fagun Hawai’, Rubaiyat Hossain’s ‘Under-Construction’, Anto Azad’s ‘Ahoto Fuler Galpo’, omnibus film ‘Eti Tomari Dhaka’ and Taneem Rahman Anshu’s ‘No Dorai’ were screened during the festival.
Professor Junayed Halim, chairman of film and television department at JnU, inaugurated the film festival, which was organised by Jagannath University Film Society (JnUFS), on Sunday.
The concluding day of the festival featured a documentary film depicting women’s issues, which was screened at the Virtual Lab of CSE department, and a discussion session titled ‘How to be done an Indie Film: Director’s Statement’ at the conference room of marketing departmental.
Country’s renowned film makers including independent filmmaker N Rashed Chowdery, actress Bannya Mirza, film critic Bidhan Riberu and lecturer of JnU film and television department Fatima Amin, among others, were present as discussants at the session.
Jagannath University Film Society (JnUFS) president Mehedi Hasan Rabbi said, ‘JnUFS organises the film festival every year with different themes and slogans. This year’s festival drew a large audience. The film society has been working to provide a platform to the students for showcasing their talent.’
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