Fipresci-India

India Chapter of the International Federation of Film Critics

E-CineIndia (July-September 2021)

E-CineIndia
ISSN. 2582-2500

July-September 2021

Editorial Board:
M K Raghavendra
Madhu Eravankara
Manoj Barpujari
Meena Karnik
N Vidyashankar
Prem Chand

Editor:
Premendra Mazumder

1. Editorial

Tribute

2. N. Manu Chakravarthy: A Tribute to Sumitra Bhave.
3. Shoma A. Chatterji: Dimensions of Ray’s Music for Charulata.
4. Siladitya Sen: That Indifferent, But Confident Face.
5. Siraj Syed: Reminiscences of Dilip Kumar, the Director And a Look at His Biography.

Article

6. Martin P. Botha: The Cinema of Ross Devenish.
7. Bhaichand Patel: The Golden Age of Indian Cinema.
8. Manoj Barpujari: Surveillance: Themes and Their Treatment in Cinema.
9. Devapriya Sanyal: Reconceptualising the Hero in Tinsel Town:  A Study of New Bollywood.
10. Minakshi Dutta: A Critical: Trajectory of Urban Life World  In Dr. Bhabendra Nath Saikia’s Assamese Films.
11. Nirmal Dhar: Contemporary Arab Cinema.
12. Pradip Biswas: Michael Haneke: Sculpting in Image.
13. Ujjal Chakraborty: Guldasta: A Film on Heart Brain Coherence.
14. Narendra Bandabe: Roman Polanski Revisited the Terror of WW-II.
15. S. Viswanath: Violence Rite of ‘Dalit Identity’ Discourse?
16. Abhishek Talukder: From the Editing Room: The Nascence of Cinema.
17. Dipankar Sarkar:  A Critical Analysis of the Similarities between Sandeep Aur Pinki Faraar and Nayattu.
18. Subrat Jyoti Neog: Santwana Bardoloi’s Films: A Study.

Critique

19. MK Raghavendra: Sherni and the ‘Truths’ of Indian Cinema.
20. Latika Padgaonkar: Sthalpuran: Chronicle of Space.
21. Indranil Bhattacharya: Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn (Radu Jude, 2021):  Morphology of a “Sick Joke”.
22. Anuradha Kunda: Uttara: Myth and Modernity.
23. Ashwini Jain: Naticharami: A Change in Wind for Kannada Cinema.
24. Vedant Srinivas: Marseille – The Crisis of Narrative.
25. Bhagyalakshmi Makam: Navarasa: Emotions That Embody Us.

Excerpt

26. Ashok Rane: A Man Who Watches Movies.
27. Anjali Gera Roy: Introduction: Bhakti or Ashiqi?

Paper 

28. Reetamoni Das and Piyashi Dutta: Narrative of the Differently-Abled: How Entertainment Media Looks at Women with Disability.
29. Sanjali Ganguly: A Study on the Portrayal of Tagore’s Women through  Rituporno Ghosh’s Lens with special reference to Chokher Bali and Noukadubi.

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