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Darkness Everyday (2019)

In the year 2008, during the political unrest in different parts of the country, especially in the southern parts - there were a rise in extortion, ransom, and exploitations especially targeting religious minorities. Many were forced to leave the village. Amit... read more

Completed On: 15 Dec, 2019

Duration: 24 min 0 sec

Genres: Short, Student

Country: Bangladesh

Director: Shaeem Jahangir

Submitted By: Shaeem Jahangir

Darkness Everyday Poster
In the year 2008, during the political unrest in different parts of the country, especially in the southern parts - there were a rise in extortion, ransom, and exploitations especially targeting religious minorities. Many were forced to leave the village. Amit, a journalist from city, came to do a report and met a family from a religious minority community. Seeing the reporter, they were feeling secured and were insisting him to stay for the night. The journalist left and then came back later and Amit couldn’t find them.
  • Directors
    Shaeem Jahangir
  • Producers
    Bangladesh Cinema and Television Institute (BCTI)
  • Writers
    Shaeem Jahangir
  • Film Type
    Short, Student
  • Genres
  • Runtime
    24 minutes 0 seconds
  • Completion Date
    15 Dec, 2019
  • Production Budget
    2000 USD
  • Country of Origin
    Bangladesh
  • Country of Filming
    Bangladesh
  • Film Language
    Bangla
  • Shooting Format
    1080p MP4
  • Aspect Ratio
    1.85:1
  • Film Color
    Color
  • Student Project
    Yes
  • First-time Filmmaker
    No

Director's Biography

Shaeem Jahangir is an independent filmmaker. He is a Bachelor of Laws, Masters in Political Science, and completed Post Graduate Diploma in Film Making from Bangladesh Cinema and Television Institute (BCTI) in the year 2019.
Shaeem also attended relevant training in London Film Academy in England.

Director's Statement

The film tells the story of a family that left home sometime during the year 2008 due to minority-related insecurity which has been originated due to the partition of 1947.

In the year 2008, during the political unrest in different parts of the country, especially in the southern parts - there were a rise in extortion, ransom, and exploitations especially targeting religious minorities. Many were forced to leave the village. Amit, a journalist from city, came to do a report and met a family from a religious minority community. Seeing the reporter, they were feeling secured and were insisting him to stay for the night. The journalist left and then came back later and Amit couldn’t find them.

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