The Cinema Of Satyajit Ray
National Book Trust, India, 1994 - Motion picture producers and directors - 178 pages
This is a comprehensive study on Satyajit Ray, a filmmaker of intrnational repute and his his films, this book besides providing a critical commentry on each of his films also discusses the many influences on Ray, eastern and western, the literary sources as well as Ray s departures from them.
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Aparajito Aparna Apu's Apur Sansar Aranyer Din Ratri Arati Art Director artist Asani Sanket Asok Bose audience Banerjee Bansi Chandragupta Bengali cinema Bibhutibhushan Brahmin Brahmo British camera Cast Chakravarti character Charu Charulata cultural dance death Devi Dulal Dutta Durga Durgadas Mitra Editor film-making Ganashatru Ganguli Ghare Baire Ghosh girl Goopy Gyne Bagha Gupta Gyne Bagha Byne Harihar Hindu Hollywood human husband Indian Jalsaghar Jana Aranya Kanchanjungha Kapurush later Madhabi Mukherjee Mahanagar middle class mins modern mother movement Nayak never Nikhilesh novel painting Parash Pathar Pather Panchali perhaps Photography played Pratidwandi Rabindranath Tagore Ray's films realised reality relationship Renoir rhythm Sadgati Samapti Santiniketan Santosh Dutta Sarbajaya Satyajit Ray scene Screenplay script sense sequence Sharmila Tagore Shatranj Ke Khilari short story shot Siddhartha social Somnath song Soumendu Roy Soumitra Chatterjee Sound style Subrata Mitra Sujit Sarkar Tagore's theatre traditional trilogy Umaprasad village western wife woman young