The Dhaka International Film Festival, in its twenty-second edition, commenced with a grand opening on Saturday. The festival, the largest of its kind in the country, has been abuzz with the presence of both national and international film industry luminaries since day one. This year's lineup boasts an impressive 272 films from 74 countries.
Director Kaushik Ganguly has unveiled the trailer for his upcoming film "Palaan", a tribute on the legendary filmmaker Mrinal Sen's birth centenary. "Palaan" not only pays homage to Mrinal Sen but also serves as Ganguly's interpretation of Sen's iconic film "Kharij".
The universality of his stories present a challenge for these filmmakers to produce a picture that is equally compelling, credible, and visually appealing.
Celebrating Mrinal Sen's centenary birth anniversary, "Mrinal Sen Retrospective" kicked off yesterday, May 14, and will run till May 19. Each day, the celebration will remember the legendary director by screening some of his most noted films.
Set in 1930s Odisha, this film depicts a tribal village coexisting with tigers and boars.
Remembering the pioneer of Indian parallel cinema on his birth centenary
The Moviyana Film Society is gearing up to pay homage to the legendary Bengali filmmaker Mrinal Sen on the occasion of his birth centenary.
The actor had a spectacular career of nearly five decades. She rose to the limelight after her role in Govind Nihalani’s film “Tamas”.
Kolkata, its streets, markets and homesteads almost appear as characters in the movie. That cinema is a document of a time is a thought that comes to one’s mind repeatedly while watching the movie.