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GUWAHATI, April 23 � A pioneer in creating awareness about good cinema in society, the Gauhati Cine Club will celebrate its golden jubilee with a year-long programme, starting from April 26 next.

The Cine Club, that was started in 1965, has been organising various programmes to promote cinema as a serious art form and also to promote a healthy film viewing habit in society. It also organises the Guwahati International Film Festival, screening best of the cinema from across the world. The ninth edition of the fest will be held from December 10 to 16 this year.

The inaugural programme of the year-long celebration will be held on April 26, which is the foundation day of the Gauhati Cine Club. The first phase of the celebration will include a three-day programme from April 26 to April 28 with various events.

HN Narahari Rao, former president of the Federation of Film Societies of India (FFSI), will light the inaugural lamp of the event on April 26 in the District Library auditorium, according to Cine Club secretary Madhurima Baruah.

SSFI general secretary Premendra Mazumder will be the special guest of the occasion.

�Down Memory Lane� � a special programme, in which the life members of the Cine Club would recall their association with the club and journey of cinema in the State, will be held on the same day. This will be followed by screening of Russian film The Cranes Are Flying, which was a part of the first film package screened by the Gauhati Cine Club.

On April 27, HN Narahari Rao will deliberate in an educational session on �History of Indian cinema and cine society movement in India�, which will be attended by the members of the Cine Club. He will also share the success story of the Suchitra Film Society of Bangalore. Rao was the founder secretary of the Society, which has been extremely successful in its endeavour for promoting good cinema.

On April 28, two films from Brazil and Italy will be screened.

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Gauhati Cine Club golden jubilee celebrations

GUWAHATI, April 23 � A pioneer in creating awareness about good cinema in society, the Gauhati Cine Club will celebrate its golden jubilee with a year-long programme, starting from April 26 next.

The Cine Club, that was started in 1965, has been organising various programmes to promote cinema as a serious art form and also to promote a healthy film viewing habit in society. It also organises the Guwahati International Film Festival, screening best of the cinema from across the world. The ninth edition of the fest will be held from December 10 to 16 this year.

The inaugural programme of the year-long celebration will be held on April 26, which is the foundation day of the Gauhati Cine Club. The first phase of the celebration will include a three-day programme from April 26 to April 28 with various events.

HN Narahari Rao, former president of the Federation of Film Societies of India (FFSI), will light the inaugural lamp of the event on April 26 in the District Library auditorium, according to Cine Club secretary Madhurima Baruah.

SSFI general secretary Premendra Mazumder will be the special guest of the occasion.

�Down Memory Lane� � a special programme, in which the life members of the Cine Club would recall their association with the club and journey of cinema in the State, will be held on the same day. This will be followed by screening of Russian film The Cranes Are Flying, which was a part of the first film package screened by the Gauhati Cine Club.

On April 27, HN Narahari Rao will deliberate in an educational session on �History of Indian cinema and cine society movement in India�, which will be attended by the members of the Cine Club. He will also share the success story of the Suchitra Film Society of Bangalore. Rao was the founder secretary of the Society, which has been extremely successful in its endeavour for promoting good cinema.

On April 28, two films from Brazil and Italy will be screened.