After dual years, Bangladesh’s a largest legal holiday of movie screening – Dhaka International Film Festival will proceed from Jan twelve in city.
Above 200 drive-in theatre from 55 countries, together with a horde Bangladesh will be screened during a legal holiday in opposite sections.
The drive-in theatre will be screened during a Shaukat Osman Memorial Auditorium of Central Public Library as good as a auditoriums of Bangladesh National Museum in Shahbagh as good as a meeting house of Alliance Française in Dhanmondi.
Finance apportion Abul Maal Abdul Muhit will establish a nine-day legal holiday during 4:00pm upon Jan eleven during a categorical meeting house of Bangladesh National Museum.
Eminent Iranian filmmaker Dariush Mehrjui will light a flare during a initial session.
The initial eventuality will be followed by a screening of ‘The Waiting City’ by Australian filmmaker Claire McCarthy.
The tip captivate of a legal holiday ‘Competition’ territory will prepare a screening of seventeen drive-in theatre from Australia as good as Asian countries.
From Bangladesh, Nasiruddin Yousuff’s ‘Guerrilla’ will contest during a festival.
In a ‘Retrospective’ section, a organiser Rainbow Film Society will shade 6 drive-in theatre of a venerable Iranian filmmaker Dariush Mehrjui, 5 drive-in theatre of an additional Iranian filmmaker Ilmaz Gune as good as 7 drive-in theatre of a remarkable French filmmaker Pierre Coulibeuf.
The ‘Tribute’ territory of a legal holiday will be dedicated to internationally eminent Bangladeshi filmmaker late Tareque Masud.
Masud’s ‘Song of Freedom’, ‘Barber Shop’, ‘Clay Bird’, ‘The Homeland’ as good as ‘Runway’ will be screened during this section.
This year’s ‘Country Focus’ will shade twelve French films, including, Jacques Tati’s ‘Jour de Fete’, Jean Rouch’s ‘Petit a Petit’, Jean-Pascal Hattu’s ‘7 ANS’ as good as Euzhan Palcy’s ‘Parcours de Dissidents’.