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A MASTERPIECE REMASTERED
Bangladesh Daily Star

8 Films That Reflect The Glory Of Indian Parallel Cinema

BANGALORE: The journey of parallel cinema in India started with Pather Pachali(1955) by Satyajit Ray. Ritwik Ghatak, Mani Kaul, Saeed Mirza, Shyam Benegal and Ketan Mehta are prominent names in this genre of Indian film. Film enthusiasts are ... Silicon India, 2 weeks ago
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Treading deftly on the middle path

When Bengali cinema is discussed, there are three names that invariably crop up — Satyajit Ray, Mrinal Sen and Ritwik Ghatak. They represent different styles and draw admirers who believe that, in many ways, they showed the way to filmmakers ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

How comrades of good cinema sowed seeds of film communes

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Filmmaker Satyajit Ray presenting a memento to film critic Vijayakrishnan, as filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan and poet K. Ayyappa Panicker look on at a film society programme organised by Soorya in 1983. This ...
 The Hindu3 days ago
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Saswata now lends voice to burglar institute anthem song

Kolkata, July 21 (IBNS) In a switch over of roles, actor Tollywood Saswata Chatterjee now lends his voice to a rom com Mon Churi themed on an institute of burglars where he is the lead singer of its 'anthem' song. "My song, a parody of the ...
 India Blooms4 days ago

Thinking from outside

When hoodlums beat up teachers of Calcutta University, and manhandle its vice-chancellor, one suddenly gets an idea of how low civic life has sunk in West Bengal. And if these hoodlums are actually students as they claim to be, then matters are ...
 Calcutta Telegraph5 days ago
New Age Bangladesh

Two-thirds of film societies abolished in last 3 decades

About a hundred film societies were active at the height of film society movement in the 1980s but two-thirds of them ceased to exist down the line, film activists say. Currently, only 24 film societies that are associated with Bangladesh ...
 New Age Bangladesh6 days ago

Film to capture Bengal's cine contribution

KOLKATA: From Hiralal Sen to the historic New Theatres and from the legendary Pramathesh Barua to mahanayak Uttam Kumar — Bengal's history of cinema is perhaps more rich and varied than that of any other part of the country. Bengali films have ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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Is this the end of the road for FTII?

Gajendra Chauhan is just one the many troubles that ail the national film institute. But all may not be lost yet, Ranjita Ganesan. Image: A man walks past a graffiti-painted wall of a toilet at the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters Little over a month ago, students of the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune were forced to do a frantic Google search for "Gajendra Chauhan". The man, known for playing King Yudhishthir on the late-1980s ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago FTII Chief Cannot Inspire Students: Resul Pookutty  NDTV3 weeks ago Outside the Lens  Tehelka4 weeks ago FTII Row: Strike is to uphold things we stand for… FTII's survival  Indian Express1 month ago
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Bijon Bhattacharya

Two schools of thought lay behind India wresting independence. Non-violent agitation and armed struggle were the parallel modes of attaining complete freedom. Arguably both drew inspiration from the stage in the long-fought battle against foreign ...
 The Statesman1 week ago

Festivals bring short films back in limelight

KOLKATA: Anurag Kashyap has already done it. So did Sudhir Mishra. And now, short films seem to be new flavour of the town. Gone are those days when short films were the creative platform for amateurs who dabbled with limited funds. This Monday, ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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