The third issue of the magazine includes interviews with filmmakers whose work centers around mobilization and then reconciliation (as opposed to, resettlement): Rajesh Jala, with Children of the Pyre, Sourav Sarangi, with Char, and Pawan Srivastava, with Naya Pata. It also features a review of Shabnam Sukhdev’s The Last Adieu – on the life and work of her father, noted filmmaker, S Sukhdev, and a detailed report of the films of Neelima and Pramod Mathur.
|In this Issue|
The first part of an extensive two-part interview with Rajesh Jala, the maker of a few excellent documentaries and the upcoming feature, Chingari.
Pawan K. Srivastava and Sourav Sarangi talk of the idea of erosion, weathering and displacement present in their respective films.
A review of The Last Adieu, one part incredible archival document, one part sappy afternoon television special.
A report of the recently concluded festival of the films of Neelima and Pramod Mathur, television documentarians.
A reprint of text from the catalogue of the massive exhibition of Indian cinema at the Cinematheque, Paris in 1968.
Umbra 3 | September 2014
- Product Code: 03082014
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