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  • ‘Art for Autism 2020’ held at DU

    Specially abled children of all ages gathered together at the premises of the Faculty of Fine Art (FFA), University of Dhaka (DU), for the art camp, Art for Autism 2020. Organised by Countrywide Health Initiative for Learning and Development (CHILD) Foundation in cooperation FFA, the fourth edition was inaugurated by Professor Nisar Hossain, Dean, FFA, DU.
  • The Unexpected Friend: A story dedicated to Rohingya children

    Throughout decades, over a million Rohingyas have fled the violence in the Rakhine state of Myanmar. The persecution of the Rohingya people led to the exodus that began in August 2017, marking one of the most tragic humanitarian crisis in recent history. The biggest victims of this catastrophe were women and children, who witnessed the targeted violence and are limited to the identity of refugees today.
  • Curtain closes on ‘Amar Bhashar Cholochitro 1426’

    Amar Bhashar Cholochitro film festival, organised by the Dhaka University Film Society (DUFS), and supported by Bangladesh Film Archive, Jaaz Multimedia and Walton Laptop, concludes after five days of film screening and several interactive sessions.
  • Amar Bhashar Cholochitro 1426: Showcasing the best of cinema

    From Nawab Siraj-ud-Daulah, Mukh o Mukhosh, Moina Moti, and Angar, to Iti, Tomari Dhaka --film posters, both vintage and recent, welcomed the visitors as they stepped into the premises of the Teacher’s Student Centre (TSC), University of Dhaka (DU) for the five- day film festival
  • Curtain falls on the 15th International Short and Independent Film Festival

    The 15th International Short and Independent Film Festival came to an end on December 13. The festival was organised by Bangladesh Short Film Forum.