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Two Editorial
Essay

Working Class Cinema of the Western World

An incomplete overview of the evolution of the ‘working class’ cinema across the western world and what it means in a changing, globalized world where outsourcing is fast becoming the norm.


/ Gautam Valluri
Working Class Cinema of the Western World
  • Interview
    The Role of the Cinematographer, Part I: Lighting
    The Role of the Cinematographer, Part I: Lighting Govind Nihalani gives us an insight into the three different kinds of images in cinema and on the ‘visual personality’ of a film. This part of the comprehensive talk deals with ‘Lighting’ for cinema and why he doesn’t prefer half-lit faces.
    / Govind Nihalani and Celluloid Chapter
  • Interview
    The Role of the Cinematographer, Part 2: Composition
    The Role of the Cinematographer, Part 2: Composition The second part of the lengthy talk on cinematography, where Nihalani explains ‘composition’ in cinema and uses his own film Rukmavati ki Haveli as an illustration of the idea.
    / Govind Nihalani and Celluloid Chapter
  • Essay
    Death of the Auteur: The Vanishing Tradition of European Arthouse Cinema in Summer Hours and The Father of My Children
    Death of the Auteur: The Vanishing Tradition of European Arthouse Cinema in Summer Hours and The Father of My Children What happened to the great cinema of Bergman and Antonioni? Where has it disappeared? 
    / Ankan Kazi
  • Director Profile
    The Documentarist from Łódź, Part I
    The Documentarist from Łódź, Part I The first part in a two-part study of the documentary career of director Kryzstof Kieslowski
    / Anuj Malhotra
  • +Plus
    Our Films, Their Films
    Our Films, Their Films Book Review: Our Films, Their Films
    / Gautam Valluri
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    Capsule Reviews
    Capsule Reviews Capsule Reviews: Latest releases, festival titles
    / Gautam Valluri, Anuj Malhotra and Ankan Kazi