North Bengal Film Festival to begin on December 22
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The fourth North Bengal Film Festival will begin here on December 22 with the screening of Raja Harischandra, the first full length feature film of India made in 1913. The four-day festival will also showcase a Indian and foreign films besides 24 others made by filmmakers of North Bengal, additional district magistrate Tanmay Chakraborty said.
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