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Dhaka International Film Festival

Festival
Countries: Bangladesh
Deadline:30.10.2013
Start:10.01.2014
End:18.01.2014
Genres: fiction

Biennal, even years. The Festival has been organized on a regular basis by Rainbow Film Society, which has been dedicated to the promotion of a healthy cine culture in Bangladesh and in celebrating the global mainstream in film and its social relevance since 1977. In the short span of twelve years, DIFF has attained international recognition with seven festivals held in 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008. The festival accepts fiction films from Asia and Australia, organizes various retrospectives and tributes, discussions and seminars.


A biennial event that screens features from Asia and Australia + retrospectives: January 10 - 18, 2014.


The filmmaker is welcome to suggest which category he or she would like to enter.

Festival Categories:
a. Competition Section: Fictional films from Asia and Australia with a minimum length of 70 minutes are eligible for entry in this portion.
b. Retrospective: We are expecting three famous directors film from Asia, Africa and Latin America or from Europe will be included in the retrospectives section.
c. Cinema of the World: Open for all feature film categories.
d. Children's Film Festival
e. Short and Independent Film: This portion of the Festival will showcase feature films as well as documentary and short films from around the world.
f. Women Filmmakers: A selection of full-length feature films as well as short length and documentary films by female filmmakers.
g. Spiritual Films Section


Contact:
Dhaka International Film Festival
Rainbow Film Society, B.S. Bhaban, Level 3, Room #105
75 Science Laboratory Road, 3rd Floor
1205 Dhaka
Phone:
+88 028 621 062
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