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Satyajit Ray absorbed the local reality when he shot on location and much like a documentary filmmaker, allowed that reality to pour into his camera. Documentary filmmaker Subha Das Mollick explores the celebrated documentaries of the maestro.

Woman at the Window
Woman at the Window
The Material Universe of Rabindranath...
Ray’s Scientiphilia
Ray’s Scientiphilia
Satyajit Ray never made a film on any scientific...
Mahapurush – A Film I Loved to Watch
Mahapurush – A Film I Loved to Watch
11-year old Akash Nag, has...
Agantuk is a meditation on the present world and Manikda’s view on civilization.
My Journey to India – in the Cave of My Heart
As the years passed, I began to...
Charulata: The Lonely Wife
Performativity and Politics: Ray and Ghatak
Ray, in his characteristic...
Satyajit Ray's Sonar Kella, the first of the two films he made on the Feluda series
Why Feluda Works
When we talk of re-birth of Feluda on screen with...
The Colour of Aesthetics
The Colour of Aesthetics
In the works of Ray himself we will...

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