We have Independantly released Mass E Bhat to rent and purchase through video on demand. All proceeds from the sales of this and any of our documentaries will be injected into our youth training projects in Bangladesh like the one's you see on our training page. For more information on Mass E Bhat click here 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

East End

Film Festival

2014

London

Ele Fest

2015

Closing Film

London 

Cutting East 

Film Festival

2015

London

International 

Labour Film

Festival 2015

Turkey

Victoria 

Film Festival

2015 

Canada

 

 

Mass E Bhat premiered at the East End Film Festival 2014  and was nominated for the Best Documentary and

Best Sountrack at  

Special Screening

The Front Line 

Club 

2015

London

'Mass E Bhat' is a feature length documentary produced by The Rainbow Collective with the support of Channel 4 Britdoc Foundation, Openvizor and CBA DFID (Worldview).

 

The film tells the story of one young mans struggle to grow up and achieve his goals in modern Bangladesh. As we follow the 20 year old Nasir, now a social worker in the slums, he reflects on his life, from childhood in a rural village and his families migration to the city, through his early years working in the rubbish dumps and sweatshops and finally how he has achieved his dream of an education and respect within his community. As Nasir recounts his life, we meet a series of children, parents and employers, who mirror his past but are all real in the country's present.

 

Mass E Bhat's orginal score has been composed by John Pandit, Louis Beckett and Rowan Perkins. 

 

Mass E Bhat was selected for The Good Workshop and The Good Pitch. Click here for more details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is the first in a series of short videos in which Amirul Haque Amin of The National Garment Workers Federation speaks about Mass E Bhat. In this short video, he speaks about the films title and what makes it special.