|In this Issue|
Time-traveller, perpetual flaneur, social scientist and poet Ahmed Akash continues his quasi-fictional journey through the porous, soluble annals of the history of Indian cinema
An interview with one of the country's most singular filmmakers, R V Ramani. A discussion of his creative references, his process and the autonomy - both aesthetic and economic - he has managed to establish.
A contemplation of the transformation of human life into a specimen in the digital age - a phenomena studied in the light of Laura Poitras' acclaimed 'Citizenfour'.
A filmmaker, a cinephile and a long-time resident of Goa laments the decline in the quality of a festival once identified as one of the most relevant film-gatherings in the world.
A discussion of how only the most pungent sensations of each film come to form its memory in the minds of its spectators. Also, recollection of a pre-independence movie studio in Lahore and a chance encounter with Nehru.
A reprint of a 1972 Cinema Vision report of the now legendary Heggodu experiment undertaken by the founder of Ninasam, pioneering cultural activist, K V Subbana.
Umbra 5 | 'Spaces' | April 2016
- Product Code: 05042016
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