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For the past five years, Bangladeshi cinema has seen some of the most remarkable changes in its history. From screenings of Pakistani films to more international standards for actors, directors are beginning to show their creativity in both style and content.At the same time, many actresse

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For the past five years, Bangladeshi cinema has seen some of the most remarkable changes in its history. From screenings of Pakistani films to more international standards for actors, directors are beginning to show their creativity in both style and content.At the same time, many actresses are opting out of their traditional roles on screen. This has led to a new generation of supporters who are pushing for more diversity in cinema - more artistic freedom on screen and off. It is this cultural shift that will lead Bangladeshi cinema into a golden age over the next decade as directors push boundaries never seen before by Bangladeshi artists as well as allowing people from all different backgrounds to take part in storytelling as an art form rather than merely as technicians. Bangladesh is a country that has been rapidly developing into a land of film makers, where new talent is emerging with each year, and where the industry's dynamics are changing. The growth in Bengali cinema over the past decade or so has been tremendous, reflected by a significant increase in number of films being produced every year. The change in the industry has been helped along by a relatively large number of talented young people - from actors to camera operators - who have been coming up through the ranks of cinema.In recent years, these young people have further benefitted from access to better equipment and facilities at Dhaka's state-owned studio centre that was set up by the government in 1971. In addition to that, there's been a growing need by the local audience for initiatives spotlighting new talent. This, coupled with an increasing number of government grants for promising new filmmakers has done wonders for the industry as a whole.There has been a steady flow of excellent Bangladeshi films coming out of the country in recent years. A few years ago, ‘Ekatturer Shurjo', ‘Visa Girl' and ‘Ujan', were huge hits among movie goers in Bangladesh and India. In 2010, viewers were treated to a variety of well made movies such as ‘Hey Ramdhanu' and ‘Chayabithi's'. There is every indication that the industry will continue to grow as young directors with new, fresh ideas continue to emerge with each year.The youth of Bangladesh has been increasingly more vocal about its needs and demands. This has been reflected in the country's cinema as well. Young people, now in their late twenties and early thirties, have grown up watching a wide range of coming-of-age American and European films, and it is expected that they will increasingly bring freshness and originality into cinema. While the changes in cinema are relatively new, they have already had an impact on the people of Bangladesh. The industry has become increasingly better organised and more professional since the mid 1990s, and is now able to create commercially viable films. Recently, there has also been a rise in the number of Bangladeshi films being shown across South Asia- including many that are viewed by millions of people across regions. The industry is continuing to grow rapidly with more people wanting to make their mark on its development. Several younger directors are moving beyond their training at film schools and straight into making their own content for audiences.

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