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Tanvir Mokammel's films to be screened in Kolkata

Tanvir Mokammel's films to be screened in Kolkata

Noted Bangladeshi filmmaker Tanvir Mokammel's two films –“Jibondhuli” and “Swapnabhumi” will be screened on July 13 at Nandan, Kolkata, India, says a press release.  In the interval between the screening of Liberation War- based film “Jibondhuli” and documentary “Swapnabhumi”, featuring Bihari Muslims, there will be an event titled "Meet The Director" where journalists and...

Bangladesh to make waves SAARC Film Festival

Bangladesh to make waves SAARC Film Festival

Four Bangladeshi films, including Tanvir Mokammel's “Jibondhuli” are to be screened at the SAARC Film Festival to be held in Colombo later this month.  Besides “Jibondhuli”, the other Bangladeshi films to be shown at the Festival are Shahnaz Cacoly's “Uttorer Sur” (that won the 2012 National Film Award recently) and two short films --...

Jibondhuli in 64 districts

Jibondhuli in 64 districts

“Jibondhuli”, Tanvir Mokammel's latest feature film based on the Liberation War, will be screened in all 64 districts, with assistance from the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA). A press conference was held in this regard at the seminar hall of BSA's National Art Gallery. Tanvir Mokammel, assistant director Masud Sumon and art director Uttam...

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“Jibondhuli” in Khulna from tomorrow

“Jibondhuli” in Khulna from tomorrow

Tanvir Mokammel's latest feature film “Jibondhuli” -- that was released in the capital recently, will see its Khulna premiere tomorrow, where it will be screened weeklong at the Moyuri Digital Cinecomplex five shows a day. The film, starring Shatabdi Wadud, Ramendu Mazumder, Wahida Mollick Jolly, Chitralekha Guho and Pran Roy in various roles, has...

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“Jibondhuli” premieres today

Tanvir Mokammel's latest feature endeavour, “Jibondhuli”, premieres today in Dhaka. The film, based on the Liberation War, delves into the life of a 'dhuli' (folk drummer) during the struggle for independence in 1971. The film features Shatabdi Wadud, Ramendu Mazumdar, Wahida Mollick Jolly, Chitralekha Guho and Pran Roy in the central characters. The premiere of the film, made on a grant from Bangladesh government, will be held at the National Theatre Hall of the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. Earlier, a press...

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