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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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C.S. Venkiteswaran
Banner Image: (from left to right) John Abraham, M. Azad, Ramachandra Babu, Kabeer Rawther, K.G. George, Suresh Babu, Unni, G.S. Panikker     The films of K.G. George continue to haunt and enchant viewers, for they deal with the most elemental of human conflicts. In the process, they portray the…
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The film director K.G. George ushered in new thematic concerns, narrative and visual styles, as well as actors and technicians into the Malayalam film industry of the 1970s. The module looks at his distinctive oeuvre with its recurring elements, preoccupations and styles of rendition against the…
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Dr Ajay S. Sekher
With the benefit of hindsight, we realise that it is directors like John Abraham and K.G. George whose lasting imprints and contributions we recover with a sigh of relief in the present, especially when confronted with cultural nationalist avatars of various hues in the culture industry and country…
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