Adoor Gopalakrishnan

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V.K. Cherian
Adoor Gopalakrishnan is credited with pioneering the ‘new wave’ in Malayalam cinema in the 1960s and 1970s. We look at why he is widely hailed as the true heir to Satyajit Ray’s tradition of film-making (Photo Courtesy: Navaneeth Krishnan S [CC BY-SA 4.0])     ‘I have a seen a classic in India—…
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V K Cherian
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V.K. Cherian
Govindan Aravindan (January 21, 1935 – March 15, 1991), popularly known as G. Aravindan, was a film director, screenwriter, musician, cartoonist and painter from Kerala. He was one of the pioneers of Parallel or Art-house cinema in Malayalam and is considered as one of the greatest filmmakers in…
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V.K. Cherian
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  Krishnan, Rajan Kurai (2011) 'John Abraham: Cinema and the Idea of the Collective'. Journal of the Moving Image. No. 10, December. pp 40-50.…   Nandakumar, R. (2007) 'The Syndrome of Radical Regression or The Anatomy of…
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Interview with film scholar and curator Aruna Vasudev on her life and work, and her role in creating a cinephiliac culture in the country through the film journals and festivals she founded
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K.B. Venu
K.B. Venu: You are being adored even by the new generation film-makers in Malayalam. Your films are noted for the variety of subjects you chose for them. And most of them happened in the 1980s. All of them were swimming against the tide. Especially movies like Mela in which a dwarf, a circus clown…
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