Promotional of Eid Drama "Arshir Porshi"
Direction: Tanveer Hossain Probal
Script: Sharmin Hayat
Editing & VFX: Mahin Rony
DOP: Niaz Mahbub
Cast: Joya Ahsan, Azad Abul Kalam, Wahida Mollik Joli, Putul
Post Production & Color Processing: MovieCamp
July 2010. Radical islamists burned the brothel to the ground. Two were badly hurt. The rest were left with nothing. “We lost everything and had to jump onto the river ”, recalls Hasina. “We even didn’t have clothes to wear and we were forced to live for a month and a half out in in the wild”. Nobody was arrested for the attack.
After countless demonstrations , and after media interest was stirred, prostitutes have earned the right to fight for their rights. They don’t have to walk barefoot when they leave the brothel anymore, and their bodies can be buried in a cemetery, though still in a separate one. “Society uses us to fulfill their human needs, but treats us like animals”, criticizes Ahya Begum, 37, president of the Prostitute Association of Faridpur.
The brothel is a rundown concrete building in rural Bangladesh overrun by rats. Tiny holes in the walls are the only source of natural light and air into the jail-like compound that feels more like some abandoned structure from a horror film than a place for sex.
Society has forced them to live in darkness while men love them and hate them in equal measure, demanding their services while trying to get rid of them permanently.
This is the intolerable contradiction that is their everyday lives.
Wereldmediatheek trok voor de documentaire “Klimaatchaos in het Zuiden” naar Burkina Faso, Togo, Ecuador en Bangladesh, om er de schade van de klimaatwijziging op te meten.
De klimaatverandering eist nu al miljoenen slachtoffers. Niet bij ons, maar in het Zuiden. Landbouwers, veetelers en vissers klagen er over dolgedraaide seizoenen, alles vernietigende stortbuien en cyclonen, verschroeiende droogte, en een gebrek aan zoet water.
De toenemende armoede doet velen op zoek gaan naar een nieuwe, leefbare plek…
Bangladeshi TV Journalist Sanjoy Chaki visited Number one World poorest Country (2011) D R Congo & other poorest Country Uganda in September 27 to October 07 of 2011. He observed local livelihood , poverty , education , health & security situation .And Bangladesh Army how to developing their live hood as a member of UN peach keeping mission .Then he made a numbers of Report about this activities ,African livelihood , agriculture & business possibility around the African region . This report is 2nd item of them. Sanjoy works for Channel i television as a Senior Staff correspondent .email@example.com .8801711236311