We always have such kind of persons around us, who represented themselves as the tool of rebuilding the society, showed the way to the sightless, and ignited the light in the dark. They are still doing hard work but have not come to the focusing point yet. They also have history of glorious and struggling life, along with success. Valerie Taylor is such a person who established the rehabilitation centre for the paralyzed persons at Savar. The workfull lifestory of Valerie is a milestone for our young generation.
There are short frames of time length and story events, but hidden thoughts of deeper mind, imagination or massages can be easily presented through short film; Syed Raihan-ul-Islam, 3rd year student of Dept. of English, Daffodil University, thinks so. This year, ‘5th International Inter University Short Film Festival’ was taken place from 15-19 May, where his film, 'Point of View' achieved the 1st place. life2moro has taken the background story of this success by talking with young and talent film maker Raihan.
Kazi Musfiqur Rahman Director, Operations Papyrus Communications Ltd.
After completing post-graduation from Department of Anthropology, Jahangirnagar University, I started working in a multinational company. But after one year, I felt that this job is not mine. Then I worked one year in another company and I left the job too. I felt something inside to do something different.
How surprising the starting of the acting life of a person could be? Just think about getting the offer without understanding anything, different story and character, first film of life even in abroad, and in the first day of releasing film there was a huge crowd of the viewers who were searching their hero. They heartily welcomed the hero of ‘Natobar Not Out’, Mostafa Prokash. He is still a learner in the department of Drama and Dramatics in Jahangirnagar University. But his talent has already crossed the border of our country. Among his all of busy moments, life2moro shared some..