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Ray and the tale of an old actress

IN FOCUS Back in 1956, Satyajit Ray's directorial debut, Pather Panchali, wowed a handful of jury members, who straggled into a midnight screening with no expectations and walked out enchanted by a poignant village portrait. Ray's little big film ... Pune Mirror, 3 weeks ago
In focus: Ray and the tale of an old actress Mumbai Mirror, 3 weeks 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 Tribune1 month 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 Times3 weeks ago National Films Development Corporation among 50 PSUs government planning to shut down  Economic Times3 weeks ago

Appetiser served with spicy notes

by NEVIL GIBSON India is one of the world's biggest film producing nations, but Bollywood's prolific output doesn't thrive beyond the Indian diaspora. Irrfan Khan stars as Saajan in a scene from The Lunchbox. For a period from independence to ...
 NZ Catholic6 days ago
Bangladesh Daily Star


Shibu Kumer Shill is an independent filmmaker of Bangladesh. After completing his Masters of Fine Arts on Sculpting from Dhaka Fine Art Institute, he made films (such as Yatri, Autry) and also made a documentary named Eliaser Khoary. He won the Best ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago

My Wonderland

There is something magical about cinema. The magic of cinema that is for real. It is for those who like to dream. And for those who feel. There is the unparalleled fun of buying tickets, queuing up for oversized popcorn (caramel for me, any day) and ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago

French way

Responses to criticism or praise from the West are always somewhat awry in India. Criticism is seldom well-received. This harks back to Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi's comment on Katherine Mayo's Mother India as "a drain inspector's report". More recently, ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago

Awards fine, minus warts

New Delhi, Oct. 12: When veteran diplomat T.P. Sreenivasan heard Kailash Satyarthi had won the Nobel Peace Prize, his mind went back two decades ago to memories that encapsulate the government's uneasy history with the nation's latest toast.
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Age bows to his talent

Remember the shy husband Apu as he introduces his new bride (Sharmila Tagore) from a rich family in the village to his modest flat in the city in Satyajit Ray’s Apur Sansar (1959)? That was Soumitra Chatterjee’s debut role. Today, more ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Time to see our films via their eyes?

The first screening of 'The Good Road' in Kolkata was both preceded and followed by one question: Is it time to look at our films through 'their' eyes? Controversy had erupted as soon as Gyan Correa's 'The Good Road', produced by National Film ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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