Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Film and Media Studies are taught in Bangladesh with the Masterpiece

Film studies in Bangladesh are increasing day by day. In the 1950s, cinema was officially started to be made in Bangladesh. Most Directors are inspired in film making from French, Italian, Germany, British, American and Indian Film directors. Indian directors get inspiration from those countries's directors. Though film making is started in Bangladesh in 1950s, films are directed mostly in 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. These are the golden era of Bangladeshi film making history. But less famous and important films are directed for film studies. Before one or two decades, there were no approaches or thought about film studies. But After 2010s, film making and film studies are the noticed hugely. And it is increasing day by day. The govt. has opened many institutes for Television and media, some other public universities have opened departments about film studies and media. For example, Dhaka University has opened its department called 'Television, Film and Photography Department'. Besides, Jagannath University, Jahangir Nagar University, some govt. institutes and private universities have opened Televison, film, media studies department and started some short time training courses. Bangladesh Film Institute (BFI) offers some film making courses. Bangladesh Institute of Journalism and Electronic Media (BIJEM) offers short time courses. Jagannath University has opened 'Department of Film and Television'. Creative Institute opens its private courses about film making. Besides, the private universities like Green University starts its department 'Film, Television and Digital Media'. Stamford University Bangladesh begins its department 'Film & Media'. Canadian University of Bangladesh opens 'Film and Television Department'. Independent University, Bangladesh starts 'Department of Media and Communication'. Thus film students are increasing in Bangladesh to challenge and face with the global cinema. In the classic era, film was not study or it is not a course or department as film studies. But in 2010s, Govt. and  private sectors have given importance on film studies. There are less cinemas which can be studied as the language of cinema in Bangladesh. But the Bangladeshis have got some famous and ideal cinemas which are the subjects of film studies. But foreign cinemas of the above countries are also used as the language of film studies in Bangladesh. There are some important and famous cinemas which are studied as the mother of film language. Some of them are written below.                                      List of movies for film club  1/ Hugo by Martin Scorsese…………………….film history  2/ The Artist by Michel Hazanavicius………..film history  3/ Citizen Cane by Orson Welles……………....film form, Cinematography, editing  4/ The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum & others………..film form  5/ North by Northwest  by Hitchcock……………..screenplay/film narrative  6/ The 400 Blows by Francois Truffaut…………….screenplay/film narrative/new wave  7/ The Birds by Hitchcock…………………………………..story board  8/ Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark by Steven Spielberg....film technique (especially for sound track)  9/ ET by Steven Spielberg………………………..screenplay/film narrative  10/ Rashomon by Akira Kurosawa……………………screenplay/film narrative  11/ Amelie by Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel)……cinematography  12/ Lawrence of Arabia by David Lean (cinematographer Freddie Young)………cinematography, editing  13/ I am Cuba by Mijail Kalatozov ……………….Avant-Garde/Experimental film  14/ The Mirror by Andrey Tarkovskie……… Avant-Garde/Experimental film  15/ Bicycle Thieves by Vittorio De Sica……………..Italian Neorealist film  16/ Paisa by Roberto Rossellini……………….. Italian Neorealist film  17/ The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari by Robert Wiene…… German expressionist film  18/ Psycho by  Hitchcock…………………………..inspired expressionist film  19/ Dracula by Francis Ford Copolla……………….inspired expressionist film  20/ Offside by Jafar Panahi………………………………….new wave film  21/ Taste of cheery by Abbas Kiarostami………………….new wave film  22/ The Battle of Algiers by Gillo Pontacorvo…………..third cinema  23/ City of God by Farnando Meirelles (Brazil)…………..third cinema  24/ Pather Panchali by Satyajit Ray………………………..Masterpiece of Bengal  25/ Udayar Pathey (1944) by Bimal Roy  26/ Nagarik(1952) by Ritwik Ghatak    27/ Naya Sansar(1941) by N.R. Acharya, story by Khwaza Ahmed Abbas (Bangladesh) …….inspired by pather panchali  28/ Jibon Thekey Neya (1970) by Zahir Raihan…  29/ Surya Dighal Bari (1979) by Sheikh Niamat Ali..
Film and Media Studies are taught in Bangladesh With The Masterpiece

Film studies in Bangladesh are increasing day by day. In the 1950s, cinema was officially started to be made in Bangladesh. Most Directors are inspired in film making from French, Italian, Germany, British, American and Indian Film directors. Indian directors get inspiration from those countries's directors. Though film making is started in Bangladesh in 1950s, films are directed mostly in 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. These are the golden era of Bangladeshi film making history. But less famous and important films are directed for film studies. Before one or two decades, there were no approaches or thought about film studies. But After 2010s, film making and film studies are the noticed hugely. And it is increasing day by day. The govt. has opened many institutes for Television and media, some other public universities have opened departments about film studies and media. For example, Dhaka University has opened its department called 'Television, Film and Photography Department'. Besides, Jagannath University, Jahangir Nagar University, some govt. institutes and private universities have opened Televison, film, media studies department and started some short time training courses. Bangladesh Film Institute (BFI) offers some film making courses. Bangladesh Institute of Journalism and Electronic Media (BIJEM) offers short time courses. Jagannath University has opened 'Department of Film and Television'. Creative Institute opens its private courses about film making. Besides, the private universities like Green University starts its department 'Film, Television and Digital Media'. Stamford University Bangladesh begins its department 'Film & Media'. Canadian University of Bangladesh opens 'Film and Television Department'. Independent University, Bangladesh starts 'Department of Media and Communication'. Thus film students are increasing in Bangladesh to challenge and face with the global cinema. In the classic era, film was not study or it is not a course or department as film studies. But in 2010s, Govt. and  private sectors have given importance on film studies. There are less cinemas which can be studied as the language of cinema in Bangladesh. But the Bangladeshis have got some famous and ideal cinemas which are the subjects of film studies. But foreign cinemas of the above countries are also used as the language of film studies in Bangladesh. There are some important and famous cinemas which are studied as the mother of film language. Some of them are written below. 

                                 List of movies for film club
1/ Hugo by Martin Scorsese…………………….film history
2/ The Artist by Michel Hazanavicius………..film history
3/ Citizen Cane by Orson Welles……………....film form, Cinematography, editing
4/ The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum & others………..film form
5/ North by Northwest  by Hitchcock……………..screenplay/film narrative
6/ The 400 Blows by Francois Truffaut…………….screenplay/film narrative/new wave
7/ The Birds by Hitchcock…………………………………..story board
8/ Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark by Steven Spielberg....film technique (especially for sound track)
9/ ET by Steven Spielberg………………………..screenplay/film narrative
10/ Rashomon by Akira Kurosawa……………………screenplay/film narrative
11/ Amelie by Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel)……cinematography
12/ Lawrence of Arabia by David Lean (cinematographer Freddie Young)………cinematography, editing
13/ I am Cuba by Mijail Kalatozov ……………….Avant-Garde/Experimental film
14/ The Mirror by Andrey Tarkovskie……… Avant-Garde/Experimental film
15/ Bicycle Thieves by Vittorio De Sica……………..Italian Neorealist film
16/ Paisa by Roberto Rossellini……………….. Italian Neorealist film
17/ The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari by Robert Wiene…… German expressionist film
18/ Psycho by  Hitchcock…………………………..inspired expressionist film
19/ Dracula by Francis Ford Copolla……………….inspired expressionist film
20/ Offside by Jafar Panahi………………………………….new wave film
21/ Taste of cheery by Abbas Kiarostami………………….new wave film
22/ The Battle of Algiers by Gillo Pontacorvo…………..third cinema
23/ City of God by Farnando Meirelles (Brazil)…………..third cinema
24/ Pather Panchali by Satyajit Ray………………………..Masterpiece of Bengal
25/ Udayar Pathey (1944) by Bimal Roy
26/ Nagarik(1952) by Ritwik Ghatak  
27/ Naya Sansar(1941) by N.R. Acharya, story by Khwaza Ahmed Abbas (Bangladesh) …….inspired by pather panchali
28/ Jibon Thekey Neya (1970) by Zahir Raihan…
29/ Surya Dighal Bari (1979) by Sheikh Niamat Ali..


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