Tanvir Mokammel's Jibon Dhuli was shown in Bangladesh Film Festival in Kyrgyzstan yesterday.
A three-day 'Bangladesh Film Festival' was inaugurated in Bishkek of Kyrgyzstan. This is the first ever Bangladesh film festival in Kyrgyzstan. It is arranged in celebration of the 25th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Bangladesh and Kyrgyz Republic.
Bangladeshi envoy to Kyrgyz Republic Mosud Mannan thanked the people of Kyrgyz Republic for their support during the War of Liberation of Bangladesh in 1971.
Kyrgyz Government Representatives also thanked Bangladesh for holding the festival in Bishkek which they believe would further strengthen the existing bilateral relations between the two countries.
On the first evening, Zahir Raihan's Stop Genocide and Tanvir Mokammel's Chitra Nadir Pare (Quiet Flows the River Chitra) were screened. Director Tanvir Mokammel graced the occasion with his presence and also addressed the gathering.
The show held in the historic cinema hall named after World Famous Writer Chingiz Aytmatov. On the second and third day of the Festival, 'Matir Moyna (The Clay Bird)' of Tareque Masud and 'Jibon Dhuli (The Drummer)' of Tanvir Mokammel were shown.
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