In three days, 71 movies from home and abroad will be shown free of cost. There will be four master classes on filmmaking. Scriptwriting, Art of Direction, Production Design and Distribution will be discussed by eminent filmmakers and producers. The ‘Global Youth Film Festival Bangladesh-2021’ has started in the Natore District Council auditorium on Sunday. So many arrangements are there.
Ahsan Kabir’s documentary ‘Galpaloker Chitrakar’ about fiction writer Hasan Azizul Haque was shown in the inaugural exhibition. At the end of the exhibition there was a spectator-producer exchange of views. On the second day of the festival, the film ‘Cage’ based on the story of Hasan Azizul Haque will be screened.
Natyajan Ramendu Majumder, Chief Adviser of Cinema Bangladesh, addressed the inaugural function of the festival through video conference today. He said, ‘The platform that Cinema Bangladesh is trying to create for the youth of the world is a very timely initiative. Through this event, the youth of our country will have the opportunity to better present our thousand years of history and tradition through film and art.
The festival is jointly organized by Cinema Bangladesh and Natore Film Club. This is the fifth festival of the festival after Laxmipur, Rangpur, Mymensingh and Bandarban.