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Pather Panchali’ one of my first loves: Makmalbaf

‘I Love The Way Indians React During A Film Screening’ Times of India, 1 day ago

Satyajit Ray’s Charulata, 50 years old and still a charmer

Of Pather Panchali, which brought Ray to everyone’s notice and is still held up as one of world cinema’s finest examples, Ray had said that it could do with re-editing because he felt the pace faltered. In Charulata, however, he didn’t want to change a ...
 First Post.com1 week ago Ray and the tale of an old actress  Pune Mirror1 month ago In focus: Ray and the tale of an old actress  Mumbai Mirror1 month ago 'Charulatha', 'Moondram Pirai' to be Screened at Fest  New Indian Express2 months ago

NFDC among 50 PSUs government planning to shut down

NEW DELHI: , which funded or coproduced around 300 films, including cult classics such as , Pather Panchali and Gandhi, is among the 50 the government is considering to shut down as they have "lost relevance". Set up in 1975, Mumbai-based NFDC had ...
 Economic Times1 month ago National Films Development Corporation among 50 PSUs government planning to shut down  Economic Times1 month ago

Pather Panchali screened

GUWAHATI, Sept 10 Samahar Movie Club and the Department of Communication & Journalism, Gauhati University, today organized a day-long Satyajit Ray Film Festival at the IDOL Institute of Distance and Open Learning Auditorium of the university.During the event, ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago
New Indian Express

'MGR Didn't Want Me to be an Actor'

CHENNAI: Justice M Karpaga Vinayagam is famous for his unorthodox judgments. He once directed yesteryear actress Roja Selvamani to spend a day at an orphanage for failing to appear in court after summons, in relation to a cheque-bounce case. Few, ...
 New Indian Express6 hours ago

Number of woman legal practitioners is minimal in India

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Former Attorney General of India and Rajya Sabha member K. Parasaran has stressed on the need for enhancing representation of women in the legal profession as well as the judiciary. Delivering the ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

More women should be encouraged to pursue law

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The former Attorney-General of India K. Parasaran has stressed the need to increase representation of women in the legal profession and the judiciary. Delivering the convocation address at the first ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Mohsen Makhmalbaf fan of Mahatma Gandhi

atma Gandhi's fan following is not only restricted to India and he is also popular in war-affected Iran where the current generation is a huge admirer of his principle of non-violence. The 'President' helmer, who became a staunch follower of ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago

DO FESTIVALS REALLY MATTER?

These extravaganzas in India can definitely regain lost glory if they are better organised, if better films are screened ! those that cater to the genuine cinegoer. Indeed, due respect for quality cinema should be the motto, says ranjan das gupta ...
 The Statesman2 days ago

LANGUAGE OF CHANGE

Bauddhayan Mukherji's first feature film in Bengali has already made its mark in international festivals FILMMAKER Bauddhayan Mukherji is not new to accolades. He drew attention when his Bell Bajao campaign of one-minute series of films on ...
 The Statesman2 days ago
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