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The Cinema of Satyajit Ray

Release date: 13 February 2023
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AN ESSENTIAL BOOK FOR EVERY CINEPHILE’S LIBRARYSatyajit Ray is the tallest Indian figure in world... Read More

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AN ESSENTIAL BOOK FOR EVERY CINEPHILE’S LIBRARY
Satyajit Ray is the tallest Indian figure in world cinema. Retrospectives across the globe, perhaps even more than at home, have kept his legacy alive. But how do we understand his cinema in the context of a vastly different world? What keeps great cinema from becoming dated? What are the particularities of Ray’s movies that cause them to endure?
Bhaskar Chattopadhyay’s literary engagement with Ray’s cinema spans years. In this book, he revisits each one of Satyajit Ray’s thirty-nine feature films, shorts and documentaries to investigate their cinematic and social context. He also speaks to a number of the master’s collaborators as well as other directors and critics to truly understand Ray and his work.
Packed with delightful anecdotes and fresh insights, 
The Cinema of Satyajit Ray is an essential book for every cinephile’s library.

 

Chattopadhyay Bhaskar

 

Product Details

Title: The Cinema of Satyajit Ray
Author: Bhaskar Chattopadhyay
Publisher: Westland Non-Fiction
SKU: BK0474265
EAN: 9789357761369
Number Of Pages: 328
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : 18 years and up
Country Of Origin: India
Release date: 13 February 2023

About Author

Bhaskar Chattopadhyay is an author, translator and screenwriter who lives and works in Bengaluru, India. His translations include 14: Stories That Inspired Satyajit Ray (HarperCollins, 2014) and Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay’s Aranyak (Penguin Random House, 2022). He has also novelised Satyajit Ray’s seminal film Nayak (HarperCollins, 2018). His own works include the novels Patang (Hachette, 2016), Here Falls the Shadow (Hachette, 2017) and The Disappearance of Sally Sequeira (Hachette, 2018).

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