We chose not to be photographed. His broad smile was somewhat subdued, though the impishness of his chuckle still remained. The big hug didn’t work out. Even in the generous light through the large open window, a frail Kiarostami with … Continue reading
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Between absence and presence First published in New Age on 13th August 2015 Artist Dhali Al Mamoon talks to Rahnuma Ahmed about his public art Shorok Durghotona Sritisthapona (Road Accident Memorial), located in Dhaka University campus, in memory of film-maker Tareque … Continue reading
Channel 4. 2007 A very well made film. Fiction, but too close to the truth to be comfortable. I can’t believe this film hasn’t gone viral. Are people even scared of watching a spoof? C’mon folks. Share this widely.
Date : April 08, 2013 Pathshala South Asian Media Institute is working to create a self-sustaining institute that is a center of excellence for professional media training across all platforms—television, web, radio, print, and new modes of communication.
Photo by Sitt Documentary Arts Asia’s Artist in Residence Program will support an Asian photographer or filmmaker in Chiang Mai for up to three months to complete a cultural, environmental or human-rights project and help DAA promote documentary practice and … Continue reading
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A film by Khijir Hayat Khan
Calling for entries for the ninth edition of Film Southasia ’13, the festival of Southasian documentaries. The festival will be held in Kathmandu, Nepal from 3-6 October 2013. Film Southasia (FSA) is a biennial festival that was set up in 1997 with … Continue reading
How would you like to convert your Nikon FM2 to digital? BY TIM BARRIBEAU ON Popphoto.com ENLARGE It’s one of the holy grails of photography — a practical, easy way to switch between digital and film for all the incredible … Continue reading
Dhaka, Sep 18 (bdnews24.com)—Authorities in Bangladesh on Monday blocked YouTube’s website indefinitely to stop the people watching a US-made film that insults the Prophet Muhammad and has sparked violence in the Muslim world. Visitors in Bangladesh could not access the … Continue reading