The 13th edition of this festival began on January 24 with the slogan Future in Frames
On Wednesday, which was the 6th day of the International Children’s Film Festival Bangladesh featured interactive sessions, and film screenings for the children and future film-makers .
Students from Getaway International School enjoyed films at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy at 11pm, while students from Swapnadhara Shagorika School and Lalmatia Girls' High School watched films at the Shawkat Osman Auditorium of the Central Public Library.
Around 300 students of Suritola School and Teach for Bangladesh also enjoyed films from Bangladesh and overseas at 2pm.
At the Sufia Kamal Auditorium of the National Museum, freedom fighter Haroon Habib conversed with children and young film-makers, reminiscing about his war experiences. Musician Farzana Wahid Shayan participated in an intimate discussion session with upcoming film-makers as well.
In the afternoon, the festival premises continued to swarm with parents and children, who came from all over the capital to delight in films.
The week-long event, organized by Children's Film Society (CFS), featuring 179 films from 39 countries will conclude today. The 13th edition of this festival began on January 24 with the slogan "Future in Frames."
All screenings are open and free of cost for audiences of all ages.