Kolkata/IBNS: Theism Group in association with Department of Posts,( West Bengal Circle) released a special cover to commemorate the birth centenary year of illustrious filmmaker-author Satyajit Ray besides 66 years of his debut directorial venture Pather Panchali on Thursday.
The representation of the sex worker in Indian celluloid seldom displays attempt at non-voyeurism. Satyajit Ray, on the other hand, took a more nuanced look at the sex worker, finds Shoma A. Chatterji on the birth centenary year of the maestro
On the Birth Centenary Year of Satyajit Ray, the maestro’s work will be revisited again and again by admirers and critics. Among others, an area worth exploring is how the creative genius portrayed, and treated, children in his films and stories, writes Shoma A. Chatterji
Goa/IBNS: The well-known Bengali actor Dhritiman Chatterjee inaugurated a retrospective of legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray at the 51st edition of IFFI in Goa on the second day of the film festival.
New Delhi: The 51st International Film Festival of India will pay tributes to legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray, official announced on Wednesday.
Kolkata: With full state honours, the last rites of Bengali acting legend Soumitra Chatterjee was performed in south Kolkata's Keoratola crematorium on Sunday.
Kolkata, Apr 23 (IBNS): West Bengal on Tuesday remembered its iconic filmmaker Satyajit Ray on his death anniversary as state CM Mamata Banerjee posted her tribute on Twitter mentioning the Oscar award winner.
Kolkata, June 8 (IBNS) Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne or Googa-Baba, Indian film history's most endearing and magical characters created by the legendary Satyajit Ray, is all set to make a comeback.
Kolkata, May 18 (IBNS): Dhakuria Tarun Mahal, one of the most popular and active social clubs in southern part of the city, felicitated veteran and internationally acclaimed film director Mrinal Sen on the occasion of his 95th birthday recently.
Mumbai, Apr 23 (IBNS): Filmmaker Sudhir Mishra remembered iconic Indian movie director Satyajit Ray on his 26th death anniversary.
Mumbai, Dec 7 (IBNS): Bollywood's tragedy king Dilip Kumar, who was admitted at the Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai owing to his health, is feeling better now, the actor tweeted.