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Two films from Bangladesh at the Nepal Human Rights Film Festival

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Today is International Human Rights Day (December 10). Human Rights Film Center has organized the Human Rights International Film Festival in Nepal’s capital Kathmandu like every year to establish human rights through films. This festival which started from December 9 will continue till December 12. This year two short films from Bangladesh have been nominated in this festival.

The two films that made it to the international competition section of the festival are Supin Burman’s ‘Milwaheen Manhoo’ (Death Has No Destination) and Jaganmoy Pal’s ‘Grahagrast’ (The Life Line).

Both the films of Bangladesh will be screened tomorrow on December 11. These two producers have already reached Kathmandu to participate in this festival organized at the Nepal Tourism Board Auditorium. This has been confirmed by the producer Supin Burman.

It is known that a total of 51 films from 26 countries of the world are being screened at this year’s festival. From where the best movies will be selected.

Directed by Jaganmoy Pal, ‘Grahagrast’ stars Sakhawat Hossain, Yasir Afiyat Rafi, Pankaj Majumder, Nahida Akhtar Ankhi, Tanjikun and others. Earlier the film was selected and screened at 21st Dhaka International Film Festival, Ekannavarti Festival and Karnataka Youth International Short Film Festival.

On the other hand, ‘Priceless People’ with story, dialogues and screenplay by Supin Burman has already released on Assam’s Neelakuringi streaming platform.


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