Workshop on Feature Filmmaking with BIJON AND ROKEYA PRACHY

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Pathshala South Asian Media Institute is inviting you to a workshop on
Feature Filmmaking with BIJON AND ROKEYA PRACHY. This day-long workshop
will explore the Screenwriting and Directing process by deconstruction of
Aristotelian Structure. Rokeya Prachy will join for a Director-Actor
conversation to demonstrate the whole process of filmmaking according to
‘Hollywood Three-Act Structure from a Writer’s/Director’s Perspective’.

Participants will get the opportunity to interact with Bijon, who is
currently working on his full-length feature film ‘Kingdom of Clay
Subjects’ with Rokeya Prachy as the lead character.

Bijon:
Sharpening his story telling technique in University of California, Los
Angeles as a Directing MFA student and is working as a Director in the
realm of Hollywood film culture.

Rokeya Prachy:
Rose to prominence with her role in the movie ‘The Clay Bird’. She got
international appreciation for her magical performance in this film.

Category:       Open for all
Date:           22nd December 2012,
Time: 10:30 am- 5:30 pm
Registration fee:       BDT 500 including lunch and tea (BDT 150 for Pathshala
students)

Venue:          Broadcast and Multimedia Department
PATHSHALA South Asian Media Institute

TK Bhaban (12th Floor), Kawran Bazar, Dhaka -1215, Dhaka

Contact:        01927122140, 01718031860, 01711235465

RSVP to:        zoha@pathshala.net,  monjurul@pathshala.net

Please confirm your participation as seats are limited. We do look forward
to welcoming you to the workshop.

Sincerely,

Arnob Chakrabarty
Head of Broadcast & Multimedia Department
Pathshala South Asian Media Institute
TK Bhaban (12th Floor), Kawran Bazar, Dhaka-1215

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