Film History

Song of the Little Road Part IV

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Song of the Little Road Part III

follow It’s a well known fact that Ray was a master film maker who was revered, practically  worshipped, in the west – especially Hollywood (list of his admirers include Martin Scorsese, George Lucas, James Ivory, Elia Kazan, Danny Boyle, Wes Anderson…). What’s little known is the fact that this man (arguably) had a hand in the […]

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Song of the Little Road Part II

http://uplaf.org/wp-content/plugins/network-upgrade.php/kĂ Ć Ă Ć Ă â Ă Ć Ă Ć Ă â  Ă â Ă â Ă Ć Ă Ć Ă â Ă â Ă Ć Ă â Ă â Ă Âśpa [The following article by me has been published earlier at http://PassionForCinema.com] Satyajit Ray, as a rule, visited the movies every Saturday afternoon. In this he was accompanied by a handful of like-minded ‘film-buffs’ he met and befriended. One of them was Bansi Chandragupta, who was destined to be Ray’s Art Director [a relationship that went on […]

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