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Apu Trilogy restored; to release in New York
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Apu Trilogy restored; to release in New York

In 1958, Pather Panchali got a rousing reception in New York as the film ran for about eight months at the Fifth Avenue Playhouse. Decades later, history will be repeated as The Apu Trilogy will soon have a commercial release in The Big Apple. Not ... Times of India, 1 month ago

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Barun Roy: The hidden facets of greatness

From Pather Panchali to Aparajito, Satyajit Ray's movies touched our emotions in many ways Barun Roy March 4, 2015 Last Updated at 21:48 IST In a couple of months from now, on May 3, to be precise, it will be the 60th anniversary of the first-ever screening ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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FROM 'PATHER PANCHALI' TO '31ST OCTOBER', INDIAN FILMS ARE REVOLUTIONIZING SOCIAL CHANGE

The advent of Indian films can be traced back to the early 1900's, when Dadasaheb Phalke who is considered to be the pioneer behind Indian cinema made the famous Raja Harishchandra. But since then, Indian cinema has grown in leaps and bounds. Despite being ...
 Moviez Adda2 weeks ago

I was drawn to the radical role in Nirbaak

A njan Dutt's creative calling brought him to films. After making a phenomenal acting debut with Mrinal Sen's Cholchitroin 1981, Dutt went on to explore several aspects of filmmaking, from acting, to singing, writing, directing and producing and ...
 Millennium Post10 hours ago

Celebrating 50 years of Satyajit Ray's sleuth - Feluda

Writer and auteur, Satyajit Ray, created many of his characters sitting in this chair in central Kolkata's Bishop Lefroy Road. One of his characters, Feluda, the quintessential Bengali gentleman sleuth, is completing his golden jubilee later this ...
 The Hindu17 hours ago Satyajit Ray film festival to be held at EMK Centre  New Age Bangladesh1 day ago

Basusree to resurrect Poila Boisakh tradition

KOLKATA: This Poila Baisakh, Basusree theatre will revive a lost tradition that was arguably the most happening New Year extravaganza for four decades starting 1950. The 'jalsa', said to be a pioneer in India, was an idea that had struck the ...
 Times of India4 days ago
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Fun Facts about the National Awards

Did you know Shabana Azmi has won the National Award for Best Actress five times? The 62nd National Awards were announced recently and we saw some deserving wins. Like the Filmfare awards and Hollywood's Oscar awards, there are some amazing facts you may not have known about India's most prestigious awards. This infographic, for example, tells us how many awards were won in each language:   Fun Facts * With three wins each, Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan and Mammootty have won ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Spring in South Bengal

Driving out of Calcutta in any direction, there is a sort of membrane of traffic-violence through which you have to pass. It's as if the gravitational pull of the city doesn't quite want to release you, as if the sentient sprawl is creating an ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago
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Satyameva (Kadapi) Jayate. Truth Triumphs, Sometimes

'Many who haven't even seen the documentary are claiming that it defames and damages the image of India, makes it sound unsafe, and gives the rapist a forum.' 'This couldn't be further from the truth, and the film shows the best qualities of India and Indians in standing up against evil as much as it shows the unvarnished truth.' Ram Kelkar on why India's Daughter should be shown widely across the country. Imagine a film which showcases a traditional Indian family from a small village in the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

A classic restoration: Preserving India's cinema legacy

MUMBAI: At the Films Division headquarters, a huddle of students is watching a piece of film reel kiss a flame. When it burns, they applaud. It's as if the fire has not only ignited the highly flammable cellulose nitrate film but also their minds.
 Times of India1 month ago
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