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POST TIME: 22 July, 2019 00:00 00 AM
‘The Last Post Office’ invited to Melbourne Int’l Film Festival
DL DESK, DHAKA

‘The Last Post Office’ invited to Melbourne Int’l Film Festival

Bangladeshi short film ‘The Last Post Office’, the second project from Aung Rakhine who made first ever short film ‘My Bicycle in Chakma language’, has been invited for screening in the upcoming Melbourne International Film Festival. The festival will take place from August 1 to 18 in Melbourne, Australia.

The film has been selected for screening in the International Shorts category of the festival. It will be screened on August 7 and 9 in the competition. Filmmaker Aung Rakhine revealed the news about the participation of ‘The Last Post Office’ in the festival.

‘The Last Post Office’ is a fairy-tale with an evil twist. On the edge of Bangladesh, cradled between mountains and water, stands a post office-the only mark of civilization. This post office has a notorious reputation. People who work here, disappear.

The film casts Ashish Khondker, Shariar Ferdous Shazeeb and Ashok Bepari in the lead roles.