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GUWAHATI, Dec 16 - City-based general surgeon and documentary filmmaker Dr Satyakam Phukan�s Garbage Bin Meals has been adjudged the �best documentary short� at the Omichka International Film Festival, 2017, held in Omsk city, Russia recently.

Earlier, this documentary, which has captured the pathetic life of the people, abandoned by their families, living on the waste food available in the dustbins of Guwahati, also earned the second best documentary film award at the 12 Month Film Festival, Cluj, Romania in May this year. The film has so far been selected for screening at 14 international film festivals abroad.

At the Omichka Film Festival this year, 402 films were sent by filmmakers from across the world as entries and of them, 23 have been adjudged best in different categories.

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Garbage Bin Meals bags award

GUWAHATI, Dec 16 - City-based general surgeon and documentary filmmaker Dr Satyakam Phukan�s Garbage Bin Meals has been adjudged the �best documentary short� at the Omichka International Film Festival, 2017, held in Omsk city, Russia recently.

Earlier, this documentary, which has captured the pathetic life of the people, abandoned by their families, living on the waste food available in the dustbins of Guwahati, also earned the second best documentary film award at the 12 Month Film Festival, Cluj, Romania in May this year. The film has so far been selected for screening at 14 international film festivals abroad.

At the Omichka Film Festival this year, 402 films were sent by filmmakers from across the world as entries and of them, 23 have been adjudged best in different categories.