27th January, on the very fourth day of this week-long 13th International Children’s Film Festival, Nahid Masud, a Bangladeshi audiographer, held a workshop at Sufia Kamal Auditorium of National Museum. Nahid Masud is the brother of celebrated Bangladeshi filmmaker Tareque Masud. He instructed the young attending filmmakers about the importance of sound in films.
On the very fourth day of the festival, a helpful interactive session took place with the Platform Team at Sufia Kamal Auditorium, National Museum.
Today the festival compound was lightened up with school kids. Children from Mohammadpur Preparatory School, Willes Little Flower School and Rayhan School came with their teachers in Shawkat Osman Hall, Central Public Library, Shahbag. Their infectious laughter filled the premise with joy and all of them enjoyed every moment of the screening with their classmates.
Mojar School is a special school for street children who are working on the purpose of ensuring their self-reliant and healthy life by becoming friends of underprivileged children. Nutrition – Education – Technology; complying these three fundamental factors,
Mojar School started providing informal and formal primary education to underprivileged children.
On 27th January, a volunteer of Children’s Film Society’s birthday was celebrated after the screenings.
Today almost 12 films were screened on Shawkat Osman Hall, Central Public Library and more on the other venues. The rest of the films will be screened at different venues on different days throughout the whole festival.