“Etoile de la SCAM” winning Filmmaker, Producer, Screenwriter and Poet, Bangladesh origin Amirul Arham living in Paris from 1985. After an appreciation cinema studies from Dhaka Film Archive and Institute, Arham studied film direction under Jean Rouch, the most famous ethnographic filmmaker and a pioneer of Cinéma Vérité.
Social business is a business which addresses to solve the human problems in a business way. The company must cover all costs and make profit but the investors/owners cannot take any dividend but can gradually recoup the money invested. Bangladeshi Nobel laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus’ lecture is followed by this film showing how this works across thebusiness spectrum, including multinational companies, or … Continue reading “SOCIAL BUSINESS (2017)”Continue
In Bangladesh, a large part of the population has little or no access to drinking water because the water that is available is naturally polluted by arsenic. Veolia Water decided to bring its expertise to build a water treatment plant in Goalmari in Bangladesh to treat and distribute water to the villagers. But how will … Continue reading “The water of Goalmari (2009)”Continue
In Bangladesh, 49 million people are currently contaminated by arsenic contained in the water they consume daily. Not properly informed, abandoned and rejected, these people die in their villages in a total lack of concern.In front of this humanitarian catastrophe, national and international answers are still desperately inefficient, and are slowed down by bureaucracy, corruption … Continue reading “THE DEVIL’S WATER (2006)”Continue
He created a bank to lend to the poor, primarily to women who have nothing. His goal has been to give them courage and set on the path towards a better life, whether in Education, Health or Environment. He has created a new approach to banking, a “silent revolution” that has affected the lives of … Continue reading “A Banker for the Poor (2000)”Continue
In Bangladesh, 300 000 people, political refugees from the indian province of Bihar, live in makeshift camps… They’ve been there for the last 27 years. Victims of the political situation and stripped of all linguistic, social and cultural references, they survive in abject poverty and against widespread indifference. Yet they go on hoping for a … Continue reading “The lost souls of Bangladesh (2000)”Continue
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