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razibul hossain


 

"I am what I reflect by others....

my work is my ego..."

 

Razibul Hossain is a Filmmaker, Photographer and a faculty in film and media studies. He made three films BALUGHORI (The Sand Clock), UNADITTYA (Less Than Sun God) and MRITTU PAREY BARI (Life in the Shores of Death), the First film BALUGHORI made the history in Bangladeshi Cinema with introducing of Digital technology as a medium of filmmaking first time. Razibul has been honored several times in different International and National Film Festivals. 

 

BALUGHORI had its International Premier at Second South Asian Film Festival in New Delhi, India, 2007. Razibul’s second movie UNADITTYA (Less than Sun God) got the chance to have the World Premiere at Third South Asian Film Festival in Goa, India, 2008. UNADITTYA was also an Official Selection of 8th Third Eye Asian Film Festival in Mumbai, India, 2009 and Human Rights Film Festival 2008, Dhaka. Razibul's 3rd movie Life in the Shore of Death was also premiered at 12th Dhaka International Film Festival 2012, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

 

In his professional career he worked in different TV stations, Advertisement agency and NGO's. He plays the role as a Resource Person in several University and Film Schools. He completed his Masters degree in Theatre Direction from Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.

 


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Life in the shore of Death

Film
Film
Original Title (If different): 
MRITTU PAREY BARI
Language: 
Bengali
Other languages or subtitles: 
English
Production country: 
Bangladesh
Running time (In minutes): 
82
Theme: 
Environnement / Nature
Category/Format: 
Documentaries
Poster: 
Production year: 
January, 2011
Film Credits
About the Director: 

Razibul Hossain, a filmmaker and faculty of Media Studies and Journalism Department of University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB). Life in the Shore of Death (Mrittu Parey Bari) is his first feature documentary. This documentary is not only original in the process, but also in the outcome: being one of the first documentaries to facilitate a dialogue around the issue of disaster in Bangladesh.

His first movie BALUGHORI (The Sand Clock) accepted as the first digital movie in Bangladesh. He introduced digital technology as a tool of filmmaking in Bangladesh. BALUGHORI had its International Premier at Second South Asian Film Festival in New Delhi, India, 2007. Razibul’s second movie UNADITTYA (Less than Sun God) got the chance to have the World Premiere at Third South Asian Film Festival in Goa, India, 2008. UNADITTYA was also an Official Selection of 8th Third Eye Asian Film Festival in Mumbai, India, 2009 and Human Rights Film Festival 2008, Dhaka.

Razibul is currently working as a Senior Lecture of the Department of Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ). Before joining here, he had the work experience in different TV’s, Advertising agencies and NGO’s. As a Resource Person, last 10 years he had the teaching experiences in different University, TV station, Photography and Film Institutes.

Razibul completed his Masters’ degree (MA) in Theatre Direction from Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka. He had borne 1st September 1978 at Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Film director: 
Razibul Hossain & the Students of Media Studies and Journalism
Producer: 
Razibul Hossain
About the Producer: 
Razibul Hossain, a filmmaker and faculty of Media Studies and Journalism Department of University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB). Life in the Shore of Death (Mrittu Parey Bari) is his first feature documentary. This documentary is not only original in the process, but also in the outcome: being one of the first documentaries to facilitate a dialogue around the issue of disaster in Bangladesh. His first movie BALUGHORI (The Sand Clock) accepted as the first digital movie in Bangladesh. He introduced digital technology as a tool of filmmaking in Bangladesh. BALUGHORI had its International Premier at Second South Asian Film Festival in New Delhi, India, 2007. Razibul’s second movie UNADITTYA (Less than Sun God) got the chance to have the World Premiere at Third South Asian Film Festival in Goa, India, 2008. UNADITTYA was also an Official Selection of 8th Third Eye Asian Film Festival in Mumbai, India, 2009 and Human Rights Film Festival 2008, Dhaka. Razibul is currently working as a Senior Lecture of the Department of Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ). Before joining here, he had the work experience in different TV’s, Advertising agencies and NGO’s. As a Resource Person, last 10 years he had the teaching experiences in different University, TV station, Photography and Film Institutes. Razibul completed his Masters’ degree (MA) in Theatre Direction from Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka. He had borne 1st September 1978 at Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Sound: 
Afzal Hossain Tamim
Music: 
Afzal Hossain tamim
Film synopsis: 
Bangladesh has been branded as a disaster prone country around the world. Natural disaster like tornado, cyclone, and flood were the main topic to discuss for Bangladesh. Reminding this scenario, a group of university students along with their teacher starts exploring the coastal belt area of Bangladesh with the concept "Disaster" by their film. They went to experience the most disaster prone communities of Bangladesh - "Mirzagonj" where 90% community people were affected by the Cyclone Aila and "Pathorghata" 100% people affected by the Cyclone Sidr. While on their journey, they meet resilience people who are not only survived nature's fury but also surmounted it. This interaction between students and the community people creates a dialog that motivates them to tales of awe, vulnerability, loss, agony, strength, faith, inspiration and unity.
Budget
Budget Range: 
Under $10 000
Actual Budget: 
8000 USD
Technical infos
Technical infos
Original Film Format: 
DVCAM
Format Ratio: 
16:9
Film Sound: 
Other
Video master available ?: 
Yes
Video Type: 
Creative Documentary
Festival Selection, Awards...
Festival selection, awards or citation already received and other comments... :
Already selected in a Festival?: 
No
Film distribution
Theatre: 
Open
TV: 
Open
Video: 
Open
International: 
Open
Internet: 
Open
Sales/distribution name: 
razibul hossain
Address: 
House 45, Road 13, PC Culture Housing Shekertake, Mohammadpur, Dhaka 1207, Bangladesh
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