Thursday, 3 December 2020

Bangladesh Cine-Journalist Association

 




established in 1966 in DhakaEast Pakistan under the name of Pakistan Cine Journalists Association. After the independence of Bangladesh, its name was changed to Bangladesh Cine-Journalists Association. It was revived in 1983-84 and introduced the Bacchus Prize . Former Director of Bangladesh Shishu Academy Falguni Hamid is serving as the current (2019-21) President.





বাংলাদেশ চলচ্চিত্র সাংবাদিক সমিতি
AbbreviationBachsas
Merged intoPakistan Cine-Journalist Association
FormationApril 5, 1968; 52 years ago
Founded atPakistan
TypeJournalist Organization
Legal statusNGO
PurposeWorking for the welfare of moviegoers
HeadquartersDhaka Bangladesh
ServicesBachsas Awards Distribute
Official languageBengali language
Secretary GeneralKamruzzaman babu
PresidentFalguni Hamid









History 





Naming 





On 5 April 1978, a meeting of Pakistani film journalists formed the 'Pakistan Film Journalists' Association '. After the independence of Bangladesh, it was renamed the Bangladesh Film Journalists' Association. Which is called Bacchus for short.  





Golden Jubilee  





Bangladesh Film Journalists Association celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2019.  However, after the war of independence of Bangladesh , from 1974 to 2013, every year, Bachchas gave awards to stars of different levels in the film industry of Bangladesh. However, from 2014 to 2016, the organization has had other activities for 5 years, but the award activities are closed. The Bacchus Film Awards from the next 5 years of release were presented on April 5, 2019 at the 39th edition of the Bacchus Film Festival. In addition to award distribution, seminars, friendly debates, poster exhibitions and film exhibitions were held on the occasion.  





Activities 





Notable activities of the association include awarding Bacchus awards to film crews in various categories.











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