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V. Shantaram: The man who changed Indian cinema
Times of India

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, 1 month ago
V. Shantaram: The man who changed Indian cinema Times of India, 3 weeks ago
Mid Day

Imtiaz Ali promoting new Bengali film

Prev By IANS | Posted 03-Sep-2015 Hoping that the golden era of legends like Satyajit Ray and Ritwik Ghatak would return someday in the Bengali film industry, Bollywood director Imtiaz Ali is promoting a new Bengali film. Imtiaz Ali ...
 Mid Day23 hours ago Why Imtiaz Ali is Promoting a Bengali Film Not Made by Him  NDTV2 days ago
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'Teenkahon' reminds Imtiaz Ali of Ray, Ghatak's era

Filmmaker Imtiaz Alli, who is presenting adman Bauddhayan Mukherji's debut feature "Teenkahon" (Three Stories), says the award-winning Bengali movie reminds him of the cinema of Indian legends Satyajit Ray and Ritwik Ghatak."It seems as if the era of Satyajit ...
 Prokerala2 days ago
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'The strike has made us realise the power that youth has'

In a special series, Rediff.com looks at India through the lives of her people. Today: Reema Kaur, one of the students on strike for nearly three months at the FTII. The Delhi resident feels the campus that had been a cocoon for her in the last three years has turned into a revolution ground demanding change -- and she is happy to be a part of it. IMAGE: Reema Kaur, a final year student at the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune, has been on strike for nearly three months, along ...
 Rediff.com14 minutes ago

Write right

Questions Do Bigha Zameen made by Bimal Roy was an important landmark in the neo realist movement. The story was written by an eminent film personality. Who? Which popular movie was based on screen writer Prakash Kapadia's Gujarati play Aatam VinjhePaankh ? ...
 The Financial Chronicle6 days ago

Rahul Bose, Shahana play lead roles in new Bangladeshi film

A strong Indian connection characterises Bangladeshi director Rubaiyat Hossain's second film "Under Construction", a story about an aging stage actress's search for identity after she makes way for a younger actor to play the lead in a Rabindranath ...
 The Statesman1 week ago
The Hindu

Malayalam cinema on the map

Actors Madhu and Sheela pose near a cutout of a still from the film during its golden jubilee celebrations in Thiruvananthapuram. PHOTO: S.MAHINSHA Sathyan and Sheela in a still from Chemmeen. PHOTO: Special Arrangement TOPICS It was on August ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
India Blooms

My stint with stage came back during shoots of Natoker Moto : Sas...

Kolkata, Aug 13 (IBNS) Actor Saswata Chatterjee has relived the days of stage rehearsal in upcoming Paoli Dam-Rupa Ganguly-Bratya Basu starrer 'Natoker Mato', where he enacts a veteran playwright, partly real partly fictional. Saswata, who ...
 India Blooms3 weeks ago Paoli Dam shoots in real time stage rehearsal atmosphere in Natok...  India Blooms3 weeks ago
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Garm Hawa, a movie classic like none other

What you need to know about M S Sathyu's classic Garm Hawa. Any discussion on Hindi cinema's great Indian classics will invariably bring up a mention of M S Sathyu's flawless directorial debut, Garm Hawa. Based on legendary Urdu writer Ismat Chughtai's short story, Sathyu's film poignantly examines how the events of Partition in 1947 and Mahatma Gandhi's assassination in 1948 affect a North Indian Muslim family in Agra because of their unwillingness to migrate to Pakistan like many other ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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FTII Students Protest Saffronisation of the Institute

SINCE its foundation, the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), has been a nursery for cinema practices and education in the country. This unique institute has been a space which has always encouraged, cultivated and protected freedom of ...
 Peoples Democracy.in1 month ago Is this the end of the road for FTII?  Rediff.com1 month ago FTII Chief Cannot Inspire Students: Resul Pookutty  NDTV2 months ago
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