Satyajit Ray

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V.K. Cherian
Along with Satyajit Ray and Ritwik Ghatak, Mrinal Sen was one of the three iconic Bengali film-makers of the 20th century. He not only influenced a generation of political film-makers in India, but also introduced Indian films to a global audience. Here we look at Sen’s ideology, the politics in…
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V.K. Cherian
Satyajit Ray was a legendary filmmaker who influenced directors and actors in India and across the world. During his lifetime, not only did he receive the admiration of his peers, but was also appreciated and supported by influential politicians. Not known to many, the Bengali filmmaker’s work and…
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The letters produced here are the responses from the Board of Advisers, replying to the invitation to join the board for NCPA, Mumbai.
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A list of the members of the Board of Advisers for NCPA, Mumbai in 1988.
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The articles features news and notes from an exhibition on the work of Satyajit Ray, an exhibition of Indian musical instruments and Rashtriya Hindi Natya Samaroha held in Bhopal.
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Film scholar Gaston Roberge writes about his first experience of watching Satyajit Ray's 'Apu Trilogy' and compares it with his reading of Bibhutibhushan Banerjee's novel from which the trilogy was adapted.
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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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Karuna Banerjee writes about working with Satyajit Ray.
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