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It's hard to believe that 60 years have rolled by since the release of Satyajit Ray's iconic directorial debut, Pather Panchali, because not only did it transform the face of Indian cinema once and for all, its legacy endures. The Society for the ... The Statesman, 7 hours ago
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Pather Panchali is the Bible of my life: Shoojit Sircar

Filmmaker Shoojit Sircar, whose last directorial venture Piku, was a huge success, has claimed that Satyajit Ray's Pather Panchali is the Bible of his life. Sircar even conceded he copies the works of the maestro. "Actually I copy him. You won't notice what I ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago I copy Satyajit Ray, Says Piku Director Shoojit Sircar  NDTV5 days ago Bollywood director Shoojit Sircar says he copies Satyajit Ray!  DNA5 days ago I copy Satyajit Ray: Shoojit Sircar  Sify5 days ago

60 years later, the house where Pather Panchali was shot

As Satyajit Ray's masterpiece Pather Panchali turns 60 on August 26, we re-visit the location where the film was shot. This article was first published in June 2013. Indians can broadly be classified into two types: those who have seen Satyajit Ray's Pather Panchali and those who haven't. Some of us who grew up on the unputdownable novel by Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay and on Ray's 1955 film based on it, are always drawn towards anything that is even remotely connected to Pather ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

No need to replicate 'Pather Panchali': Sharmila Tagore

Veteran actress Sharmila Tagore, who was introduced in films by legendary storyteller Satyajit Ray in "Apur Sansar" in 1959, believes there is no need to replicate the maestro's films.Sharmila was a 13-year-old schoolgoer when she was cast opposite Soumitra ...
 Prokerala5 days ago No need to replicate `Pather Panchali`: Sharmila Tagore  Santabanta5 days ago No need to replicate Pather Panchali: Sharmila Tagore  Indian Express5 days ago Sharmila Tagore: No need to replicate 'Pather Panchali'  Times of India5 days ago

Midnight shooting puts Renia on crime map

Once a marshy swamp tucked away in the southern fringes of the city — about 2km from Boral where Satyajit Ray shot ' Pather Panchali' — Renia has made it to the city's crime map.
 Times of India1 month ago

'Apu Trilogy' returns to the Detroit Film Theatre Sunday only

If you missed any screenings of The Apu Trilogy back in June, you have a second chance to catch them come Sunday. Pather Panchali, Aparajito, and The World of Apu, all directed by Satyajit Ray, will screen at the Detroit Film Theatre this Sunday ...
 Examiner.com2 weeks ago
Outlook Traveller

Steam trains of Great Britain in pictures

Relive the romance of steam trains in the land of its origin—Great Britain. Text and photographs by Ayon Mandal Ayon Mandal A steam train chugging through the countryside on its way to the Ribblehead viaduct1/8photos Ayon Mandal Steam ...
 Outlook Traveller1 day ago
Times of India

Filmmaker Sujoy Ghosh buys rights for Saradindu's Tungabhadrar 'Teere'

After his short film Ahalya went viral on the internet, film maker Sujoy Ghosh is suddenly the center of everyone's attention. He has been flooded with phone calls about his next project and whether it would be a full length feature film like ...
 Times of India2 days ago
Times of India

Is Bengali cinema losing its plot in the national context?

At a time when international recognition eludes Bengali cinema; not one film from the region has made to the Oscars as an official Indian entry after Satyajit Ray's Mahanagar. In the '60s, Columbia Pictures came calling on Satyajit Ray. They wanted ...
 Times of India3 days ago
The Freepress Journal

'Festival film' label creates a divide: Nandita Das

Award winning actress Nandita Das is "uncomfortable" with labels such as 'festival films' that create a divide among audiences. She believes people are keen to watch such films, but are not able to access them. "It doesn't have to be a festival ...
 The Statesman4 days ago Festival film label keeps audiences away from good stories: Nandita Das  The Freepress Journal4 days ago Nandita Das: 'Festival film' label keeps audiences away from good stories  Mid Day4 days ago 'Festival film' label keeps audiences away from good stories: Nandita Das  Pink Villa4 days ago
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