Our Films, Their Films

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Our Films, Their Films is an anthology of film criticism by noted Bengali filmmaker, composer and writer Satyajit Ray. Collecting articles and personal journal excerpts, it was first published in India in 1976; an English translation was published in The United States and United Kingdom in 1992. Some of articles were previously published in the bulletin of the Calcutta Film Society which Ray co-founded in 1947.[1]

The book is presented in two sections (hence the title) - Ray first discusses Indian film, before turning his attention towards Hollywood and specific international filmmakers (Charlie Chaplin, Akira Kurosawa) and movements like Italian neorealism.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Robinson, Andrew (1989). Satyajit Ray: the inner eye. University of California Press. p. 65. ISBN 0-520-06946-3.