July 10, 2010 (CalcuttaTube): Databazaar Media Ventures (DMV) bringing Bengali movies to North America has signed up with the website Dingora for their online streaming of Bengali movies.
Dingora.com, the first website bringing high definition streaming of Indian movies, already has signed for three of Databazaar’s movies namely Dwando by Suman Ghosh, The Japanese Wife by Aparna Sen, and Jodi Ekdin (Life Is Magic) by Riingo. All the Bengali movies at Dingora are made available by Databazaar Media Ventures.
The first day, first show Bengali film at Dingora is Dwando starring Soumitra Chatterjee, Ananya Chatterjee, Koushik Sen, Samrat Chakrabarty. The film, produced by Suman Ghosh Productions has a duration of 96 minutes.
Dingora.com aims to bring international, independent and short films at your home using the internet. The movie lovers will not have to miss a film just because it has not released in a near-by theater. With a good internet connection and a high definition television, desktop or laptop anyone can access films from anywhere around the globe. Dhinora is releasing the films on their site on the release dates. So distance is no longer a barrier. To watch the film, Mirosoft’s Silverlight Player needs to be installed on the viewer’s computer.
This opens up the accessibility of a wider range of films as well as the horizon of international cinema to the movie-lovers who can buy tickets from Dingora website. A ticket is valid for 72 hours to watch a film.
Databazaar, making every effort to bring quality Bengali movies to the North American market for international films, is also promoting Bengali cinema at the North America Bengali Conference (NABC) 2010 in New Jersy’s Atlantic City Conference Center that started on July 9 and will go on till July 11. DMV presents an exclusive premiere of the Bengali movie Ekti Tarar Khonje (Stars Never Sleep) with the cast and crew including actors Arpita Chatterjee, Shayan Munshi, producer Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury. Many other Databazaar’s Bengali films are also available at the stall there where one may get the materials autographed by stars.