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Tanvir Mokammel’s documentary featured on FFSI Online Film Festival

  • Published at 04:54 pm June 30th, 2020
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Tanvir Mokammel’s documentary titled Seemantorekha along with four other films will be screened throughout the seven-day session.

The curtain lifted on the virtual film festival titled FFSI Online Film Festival, organized by Federation of Film Societies of India (Eastern Region) from June 7. The fourth session kicked off on June 29 and would be open for all till July 6.

The fourth session will feature screenings of three feature-length and two short films. About 15,000 viewers have enjoyed the previous session of the festival from all over the world.

Tanvir Mokammel’s documentary titled Seemantorekha along with four other films will be screened throughout the seven-day session.

Written and directed by Tanvir Mokammel, Seemantorekha, also known as ‘1947: The Borderline’ is the first successful crowd-funded venture of Bangladesh according to IMDB.

The first session had included 3 films: the multi-award winning Meenalap by Bangladeshi director Senjutee Suborna Tushee, Ahaa Re by Ranjan Ghose, starring Rituparna Sengupta and Arifin Shuvoo, and Kali, a documentary by Subrata Sen.