The show must go on

first_imgIn memory of the renowned actor-filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh, India Habitat Centre’s film club collaborates with the Directorate of Film Festivals and Calcutta Presidency College Alumni Association to pay a tribute to the director with a retrospective of his choicest works. Remembring Rituparno, the on-going series of screenings includes interactions with scholars and critics well versed with his works. Spanning over a forthnight, these film screenings have a plethora of cinematic marvels for the film buffs in the capital. It will showcase Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’ Chokher Bali- A passion of play, Shobh Charitro Kalponik (All characters are imaginary), Abohomaan( The eternal), Memories in march, and end with a bang with the winner of Special Jury National Award in 2012, Chitrangdha, on 17 July. Kicking off with Unishe April (19 April) on the first of July, the film club screened Ashukh(Malaise) and the National Award winning best feature film in 2003, Shubho Muhurat on 2 and 4 July, respectively. Head over and experience Ghosh’s cinematic excellence through his films.last_img

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