Assam filmmaker’s short film ‘Working Man’ bags 3 international awards

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‘Working Man’ depicts the life of a farmer who goes to work in the farm after waking up early in the morning.
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Guwahati: Assam lad Bishal Swargiary has won awards in three different international film festivals, for his short film ‘Working Man’.

Shot by using a mid-range android phone, the film has won ‘Short Best Mobile Award’ at the Europe Film Festival UK and the ‘Best Director for Mobile Short Film Award’ at the Port Blair International Film Festival.

The short film also emerged as winner at the Kolkata International Micro Film Festival.

‘Working Man’ depicts the life of a farmer who goes to work in the farm after waking up early in the morning. The money he gets from the work is the money that bears the expenses of his family.

The film has also been on the list of the official seletion foe the Khamrubu International Short Film Festival, Guwahati in ‘First-time filmmaker section’.

The short film stars Pinku swargiary, Brajen Baro and Pritam Thakuria in prominent roles.

The 22-year-old Swargiary, the director of the film, is a resident of Paschim Rehabari village in Baghmara under Assam’s Baksa district.

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