Tuesday, July 26, 2016

In Photos : Brahmaputra Valley Film Festival

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Assamese film star Utpal Das and Nishita Goswami at BVFF 2016
Tanushree Hazarika Agarwal, Founding Director, Brahmaputra Valley Film Festival 
 Noted director Roopa Barooah in conversation renowned filmmaker Imtiaz Ali , who has directed films like Jab We Met, Love Aaj Kal, Rockstar, Highway, Tamasha | Video Link
 Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali interact with audience at BVFF 
SWADHYAY Band performing at BVFF
Team of Dooronir Nirola Poja ( Home, Farway ) at BVFF

4th Brahmaputra Valley Film Festival #BVFF ( 22 ,23, 24 July 2016 ) at Pragjyoti ITA Centre, Machkhowa , Guwahati, Assam, organised by Tattva Creations. The festival pays homage to the rich culture of northeast India and is dedicated to the film fraternity of the northeast region of India.
I visited the festival on first and last day (22nd & 24th July ) , I watched 'MYNA and ASTERIX' ( a short children film, Directed by Kenny Basumatary ) , ‘ The Head Hunter’ ( Award winning Arunachali film directed by Nilanjan Datta ) and Dooronir Nirola Poja Home, Farway ( a Heart warming Assamese Film directed  by Dhruba J Bordoloi ). Here I share few photos from BVFF 2016.

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magiceye said...

Cool photo essay!

Indrani said...

Great series!

rupam sarma said...

@magiceye Thanks a lot :)

@Indrani Thanks a lot :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Fantastic review of the festival Rupam, would have been really interesting to hear the director and actors speak about the process of film making.

Al said...

That looks like a good place to be.

Rajesh said...

Very well covered.

Lady Fi said...

Looks like a fun event.

Maitreni Mishra said...

Well covered!

rupam sarma said...

@PerthDailyPhoto Thank you so much :)

@AI Thanks a lot :)

@Rajesh Thanks a lot :)

@Lady Fi Thanks a lot :)

@Maitreni Mishra Gald you like the post, Thanks :)

Arti said...

Looks so interesting, I would have loved to watch Myna and Asterix too!

manali - himachal pradesh said...

Nice coverage.

Suza said...

great shot
best regards

Saru Singhal said...

Looks like an interesting event. Lovely captures too.