After a successful inaugural edition last year, the Darpan Bengali Film Festival returns for a second run.
A total of 15 films will be shown to celebrate 100 Years Of Indian Cinema.
The line-up includes Antardhan (2012, right), about the drying up of the Padma river and the impact this has on the livelihoods of the people who live near it.
It is the latest work by award-winning Bangladeshi director Syed Ohiduzzaman Diamond and it will be screened at The Cathay on Sunday at 3.45pm.
Where: Cathay cineplexes and The Arts House
When: Today till Sun, various times
Admission: $12 a screening, from www.cathaycineplexes.com.sg & www.bytes.sg Info: www.darpansingapore.com
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