Dhaka International Film Festival will held Jan 14 on Thursday, at the National Museum at Shahbagh in the Dhaka city. Like every year this year moreover 60 countries will join this film festival program from different part of the world.

Hasanul Haq Inu who is the information Minister will be the chief guest at the introduction while State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam will manage the session. This film festival ceremony for the celebration was uncovered on Wednesday evening amid a question and answer session held by Rainbow Film Society at Dhaka Club.

Prestigious Syrian producer Mohamed Malas and Norwegian movie producer Anja Breien will light the flame of introduction. The 8-day celebration will start with the Bangladeshi film “Under Construction” by Rubaiyat Hossain.

In the press conference the spokesperson said, Festival Director Ahmed Mustaba Zamal Shovon said that movies from inside and out 60 nations will be displayed at this worldwide occasion, which closes on Jan 22. The general subject of the current year’s celebration is “Better Film, Better Audience, Better Society”.

More over 170 different countries some common and some international films will be screened over the programm. The celebration will have an opposition segment for Asian and Australian silver screen and fragment classes for “Review”, “Film of the World “,” Children’s Film “,”Women Filmmakers “,” Short and Independent Films Section” “Nordic Film Session” and “Otherworldly Films  action”.

A few surely understood movie producers from different nations will be partaking in individual in the current year’s occasion. Among the highlights of the current year’s biennial is the “second International Conference on Women in Cinema”, the members of which will incorporate movie producers, film activists, teachers and students of history.

The film show venues this year will be the National Museum Auditorium, the Central Public Library Auditorium, Alliance Française de Dhaka and the Edward M Kennedy Center.

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