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Bijuka and Nobel Chor to compete at 12th Dhaka International Film Festival

By NewsDesk • Published on December 29, 2011

Still from Nobel Chor

Bijuka by Ashtar Sayed, Kagojer Bou (The Paper Wife) by Bappaditya Bandopadhyay and Nobel Chor by Suman Ghosh will participate in Asian Competition at the upcoming 12th Dhaka International Film Festival.

Chandrayaan by Santhosh George Kulangara, Umma (Mother) by Vijayakrishnan, Parijayee by Indronil Banerjee, Abhiman by Debanik Kundu, Asob Prem Ebong …….by Arindam Dey, Jetuka Pator Dare (Enchanting, Challenging…the Life) by Jadumoni Dutta and Life! Camera Action (USA/India) by Rohit Gupta will screen in Cinema of the World section.

Sneha Yatre (Journey of Friendship) by J. Samson will be shown in the section for Children’s films.

The Indian short films to be screened at the festival are Shwet (White) by Kanchan Ghosh, Jantranar Dalil:Ritwik (Documenting Agony:Ritwik) by Debjani Halder, Disha (The Clue) by Jyotirmoy Ghosh and Knocking On Heaven’s Door by Sanjay Barnela.

Kaveri by Shilpa Munikempanna will be shown in the section for women filmmakers.

Ziyarat by Suresh K Goswami, Vessels Of Memory, Keepers Of Faith by Syed Fayaz and In Search of God (USA/India) by Rupam Sarmah will screen in the Spiritual Films section.

The 12th Dhaka International Film Festival (DIFF) will be held in Dhaka from 12 to 20 January 2012.

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