An interview with the renowned Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray. He discusses his childhood, the influence of the Bengal renaissance, his interest in design and typography, his approach to political films and violence in cinema, his interest in period films and children’s films, his response to Western films and critics, and thoughts on life and death.
Presented by Cine Arts India
Produced and Directed by K. Bikram Singh.
Filmed in 1983 in Bombay, India.
Publisher: West Long Branch, N.J.: Kultur; Museum of Modern Art, 1990.
Series: Museum of Modern Art Film Library
Collectors series (Museum of Modern Art)
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