Day 3: Learning to Appreciate Films

The 14th International Children’s Film Festival Bangladesh 2021 has started from Saturday 30th January under the slogan ‘Future in Frames’ organized by Children’s Film Society Bangladesh. Sufia Kamal of the National Museum at the Shawkat Osman Auditorium of the Central Public Library on Monday, February 1 at 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 3 p.m. Films of young Bangladeshi filmmakers have been screened in the auditorium. Although there is no entrance fee for watching movies at the festival, this year due to coronavirus (Covid-19), wearing a mask is being considered as a ticket for the movie festival, at this time children enjoy the movie following the hygiene rules. The festival premises became famous for the walks of children and teenagers in the afternoon. Visitors of different ages can be noticed, parents bring their children, enjoy movies from different countries for free.

Today, on Monday 1st February, Ranjan Rabbani took a workshop on the production design of small filmmakers and at 7 pm in the ‘Face to Face’ session, the filmmakers from all over the country openly discussed the basics of their filmmaking.


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