Bangladesh Short Film Forum

Bangladesh Short Film Forum

Infobox Organization
name= Bangladesh Short Film Forum


formation= August 1986
type= Film association
headquarters= Shahbag, Dhaka, Bangladesh
location= 110-112, Aziz Super Market, Shahbagh, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh
language= Bengali, English
leader_title= President
leader_name= Zahidur Rahim Anjan
key_people= Rashed Chowdhury (Gen Sec)
num_staff= 23

Bangladesh Short Film Forum (BSFF) is an organization of young Bangladeshi film makers. The Forum featured some of most notable young Bangladeshi film makers among its members, including Morshedul Islam, Tanvir Mokammel, Tareque Masud, Tareq Shahrier, Shameem Akhter, Manjare Hasin Murad, Afsana Mimi, Yasmin Kabir, Nurul Alam Atique, Zahidur Rahim Anjan, Rashed Chowdhury, and Akram Khan. [Short Film Festival Newsletter, issue ??, 2007 ] The film center in Shahbag, Dhaka has a film auditorium, a library, an archive and an administrative office. The Forum is mostly noted for organizing the biennial International Short and Independent Film Festival.

The Forum produced a number of short films, including "One Day in Krishnanagar" (53 minutes) [ [ Daily Star: Documenting Bangladesh] ] and "Dhaka 2005" (5 minutes) [ [ Dhaka 2005] ] . It organizes seminars and workshops on films and limited scale film festivals all over Bangladesh, as well as film shows in its Bangladesh Film Center in Shahbag.



* [ The festival on Bangladesh Online]
* [ The festival on New Age]
* [ The Forum on Power of Culture Website]
* [ Weekly Holiday: Death of a creative mind]
* [ Weekly Holiday: Open film open expression]

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