Still from the making of the Dhaka shorts.
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Sumon makes a decent living as a disabled beggar. He doesn’t just keep it for himself though. He has a dream.
Day Labourers in Dhaka come to terms with the effects of not getting a job.
Abdul Aziz rides the rickshaw day in day out to afford an education for his daughter.
Experience the point of view of a traffic policeman as he complains how the people of Dhaka have made breaking the rules a habit.
Stories is an intensive residential filmmaking laboratory supported by and in collaboration with British Council, during which emerging filmmakers are empowered with the creative and practical tools to examine their sense of identity and nationality through film. To date we have run Stories in Benghazi, Tripoli, Rabat, Dhaka, Karachi, Ramallah, Syria, Gaza, Amman, Hanoi, Jakarta, […]
We are proud the following films had their North American premiere at South by Southwest in Austin Texas: Lost Every Day by Michelle Coomber (Bridging the Gap: Surprise) PS Your Mystery Sender by Benjamin Wigley (Bridging the Gap: Surprise) Dhaka Stories: My Dream by Md. Rezwan Ali Khan (Dhaka Stories) SxSW concluded yesterday. To request […]