The history of cinema in India extends back to the beginning of the film era. Following the screening of the Lumière and Robert Paul moving pictures in London (1896), commercial cinematography became a worldwide sensation and by mid-1896 both Lumière and Robert Paul films had been shown in Bombay. The first Indian film released in … Continue reading Parallel Cinema: How different or same it is with Mainstream Cinema?
A film movement in the Indian Cinema that originated in the state of West Bengal in the 1950s as an alternative to the mainstream Bollywood cinema. Read more about Parallel Cinema https://aniradichita.com/2020/07/01/a-recall-to-parallel-cinema/ Here are a few directors from the movement of Parallel Cinema in India that touched hearts. 5) ADOOR GOPALKRISHNAN Gopalakrishnan was born on … Continue reading #Parallel Cinema: Directors of Indian Parallel Cinema
Imagine the track of railway, the two lines running along simultaneously but never meeting at any point. Well, that is exactly what parallel cinema is all about; a type of cinema that never meets the criteria of commercial cinema. It is also known as the “Art Cinema.” A cinema that stays honest to the society. … Continue reading A Recall to Parallel Cinema