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2 February, 2020 01:17:35 AM
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Curtain falls on ‘13th Int’l Children’s Film Festival Bangladesh 2020’

Winners awarded on closing day
DL DESK, Dhaka
Curtain falls on ‘13th Int’l Children’s Film Festival Bangladesh 2020’

The curtain fell on the 13th edition of ‘International Children’s Film Festival Bangladesh 2020’ through an award ceremony at Shawkat Osman Memorial Auditorium of National Public Library in the capital on Friday.

President of Children’s Film Society Bangladesh (CFSB) Dr Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, general secretary Munira Morshed Munni, founder of CFSB filmmaker Morshedul Islam and festival director Fariha Jahin Biva delivered speeches at the closing ceremony of the festival.

A total of 11 awards in different categories were distributed among the winners at the closing ceremony. The winners received crests, certificates and prize money.

The award winning productions are— Best Feature Film (International): ‘Romy’s Salon’, Best Short Film (International): ‘Day X’, Best Director (International Under 18 Section): ‘Comfortable Position’, Best Director (International): ‘Good Girl’, Young Talent Award:

‘The Smoker’ directed by Ragib Mahmud Shafayet Shah, Social Film Award: ‘Khoka Jokhon Chhotto Chhilen’ directed by Sudipto Shaha.

Also, in the Under 18 Section, five awards were handed over to six local filmmakers--Bibhaion Chakma, Supriyo Poroma, Farhanoor Imtiaz, Mubassir Ibnat, Mir Ragib Tajwar and Sifat Shahriar.

The 13th International Children’s Film Festival Bangladesh took place from January 24 to 31, which featured 179 films from 39 countries, including Bangladesh, India, Mexico, Spain, France, Germany, Canada, Qatar, Croatia, Korea and Armenia.

The festival screened films under different sections like ‘Bangladeshi Children Filmmakers’ Section’, ‘Special Film Competition’, ‘International Competitive Film Section’, ‘Young Bangladeshi Film Section’ and ‘Bangabandhu Through My Lens’ - a new section which was introduced to observe the birth centenary of Bangabandhu.

During the festival, the films were screened at five prominent venues in the capital, which were Public Library, Bangladesh National Museum, Alliance Française de Dhaka, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy and Goethe-Institut Bangladesh.

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