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Ray, Satyajit 1921-1992

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Pather panchali = Song of the little road by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

210 editions published between 1952 and 2019 in 9 languages and held by 1,644 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tells of Apu, a struggling writer who, visiting the wedding of a friend's sister, finds himself the bridegroom when the husband-to-be is discovered to be insane. Apu's wife soon dies in childbirth and the shattered Apu, refusing to see his son, leaves to wander alone through the country. Several years later Apu's friend hunts him down and convinces him to return to his son
Aparājito = The unvanquished by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

109 editions published between 1956 and 2019 in 10 languages and held by 922 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Following his father's death, a boy leaves home to study in Calcutta, while his mother must face a life alone. Nominated for two **BAFTA Film Awards**, including Best Film from any Source. Golden Lion winner at the **Venice Film Festival**
Our films, their films by Satyajit Ray( Book )

55 editions published between 1900 and 2010 in 5 languages and held by 778 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An Indian moviemaker's views on cinematic trends and the film industry; articles and lectures
Shatranj ke khilari = Chess players by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

61 editions published between 1977 and 2015 in 7 languages and held by 637 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ray brings an extra dimension to the merging of fact with fiction in the historical genre of the Indian cinema. While the East India Co. completes a bloodless takeover of an independent Indian state in 1856, two nawabs obsessively play chess. The dividing line between the personal and the political progressively narrows
The music room by Sachindranath Biswas( Visual )

12 editions published in 2011 in Bengali and English and held by 514 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Evokes the crumbling opulence of the world of a fallen aristocrat desperately clinging to his way of life. His greatest joy is the music room in which he has hosted lavish concerts over the years, now a shadow of its former vivid self. An incandescent depiction of the clash between tradition and modernity, and a showcase for some of India's most popular musicians of the day
The Music Room by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

64 editions published between 1956 and 2016 in 6 languages and held by 432 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Biswambhar Roy, a zamindar (or feudal landlord), is the last in the line of landed aristocrats in British India. His ancestors lived lavishly but all Roy inherited is quickly disappearing in a pile of debts. But Roy's pride is unshakeable and he continues pawning his family jewels to pay for grand ceremonies involving musicians. Even when he loses his family in a tragic accident, and all his wealth, he still contemplates plans for another celebration. Again Subrata Mitra's cinematography is awe-inspiring, juxtaposing vast desolate landscapes against sumptuous intimate detail. As Ray said: "The feudal lords were patrons of music. Our classical musicians owe a great deal to these aristocrats who had a deep understanding of their art. The nouveau riche invite the same musicians but without appreciating them. I made The Music Room in 1958 to preserve the last vestiges of an art I knew was disappearing
Charulata( Visual )

10 editions published between 1964 and 2013 in Bengali and held by 388 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Set in late 19th-century, pre-independence India, this film is about a woman's artistic and romantic yearning. It is about the lonely wife of a workaholic newspaper editor, Charulata, whose beautiful face masks a burning creativity. When her husband's poet cousin comes to stay with them, Charulata finds herself both inspired by him creatively and dangerously drawn to him physically. A delicate tale of a marriage in jeopardy and a woman taking the first steps toward establishing her own voice
Shakespeare Wallah by James Ivory( Visual )

23 editions published between 1965 and 2018 in English and held by 388 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Au lendemain de l'indépendance de l'Inde, une troupe itinérante d'acteurs shakespeariens se retrouve confrontée à la modernisation du pays et au rejet de la culture britannique. "Colporteurs" d'une poésie devenue étrangère et désuète, symbole de la domination passée et supplantée par le cinéma, ils parcourent le pays à la recherche d'un public qui n'est plus. La plus jeune comédienne, Lizzie, anglaise née en Inde, s'éprend alors d'un jeune indien
Devi by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

54 editions published between 1960 and 2015 in 7 languages and held by 372 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"A young woman is deemed a goddess when her father-in-law, a rich feudal land-lord, has a dream envisioning her as an avatar of Kali"--IMDB
Āgantūka = The Stranger by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

39 editions published between 1991 and 2014 in 4 languages and held by 369 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Anila, wife of Sudhindra Bose, receives a letter purported to be from her maternal uncle who had left home 35 years ago, and was apparently coming backhome from abord [sic] for the first time
Mahanagar = The big city( Visual )

11 editions published between 2004 and 2013 in Bengali and held by 342 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The coward: An aspiring screenwriter encounters a former lover, now married, when his car breaks down near her home
Pathera pān̐cālī( Visual )

15 editions published between 1955 and 2016 in Bengali and English and held by 317 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Story of a poor Brahmin family's struggle to survive in a village in Bengal. The film looks at tragedy through the eyes of young Anu
The Home and the World( Visual )

27 editions published between 1984 and 2016 in 4 languages and held by 312 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Both a romantic-triangle tale and a philosophical take on violence in times of revolution, The Home and the World, set in early twentieth-century Bengal, concerns an aristocratic but progressive man who, in insisting on broadening his more traditional wife's political horizons, drives her into the arms of his radical school chum. Satyajit Ray had wanted to adapt Rabindranath Tagore's classic novel to the screen for decades. When he finally did in 1984, he fashioned a personal, exquisite film that stands as a testament to his lifelong love for the great writer. Additional Reading: http://www.criterion.com/current/posts/3015-eclipse-series-40-late-ray
Charulata = The lonely wife by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

58 editions published between 1964 and 2014 in 5 languages and held by 284 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The wife of a publisher tries to find a way out of her confining domestic situation
Ghare-bāire = Home and the world by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

16 editions published between 1984 and 2014 in Bengali and English and held by 268 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Based on a Rabindranath Tagore story, it is 1905, and the British in their policy of divide-and-rule, are creating an artificial rift between the Hindus and the Muslims. The Indian intellectual middle class, is violently opposed to this policy, giving rise to widespread terrorist activity and boycott of British goods. When opposition leader, Sandip, visits his friend, Nikhil, he is attracted to Bimala, the latter's wife. Nikhil realizes what has happened. He knows that Sandip is driven more by a lust for power than any genuine patriotic motive. Communal riots soon break out and while Sandip runs off to safety, Nikhil prepares to meet the hostile mob. As Ray said: 'The Home and the World is a triangular love story. And the husband is really Tagore. There are essays by Tagore on this terrorist movement, and some of the things he wrote, even exact sentences, are put into the mouth of the main character. Nikhil, the husband represents Tagore's attitude to the terrorist movement and its ultimate futility. It's a very valid viewpoint, very rational. It was really a middle-class movement with no connection to the lower strata of society at all. So ultimately it just fizzled out, and in other cases it turned into very violent riots between the Hindus and the Muslims. Tagore withdrew from the movement and came out with the essays, and then four or five years later, in 1912, he produced this novel.' Winner Indian National Awards for Best Film, Best Supporting Actor and Best Costume Design, 1985
The unicorn expedition, and other fantastic tales of India by Satyajit Ray( Book )

3 editions published between 1987 and 1988 in English and held by 264 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ganaśhatru = Enemy of the people by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

44 editions published between 1955 and 2014 in 9 languages and held by 244 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In Satyajit Ray's absorbing contemporary adaptation of a play by Henrik Ibsen, a good-hearted doctor discovers that the serious illness befalling the citizens of his small Bengali town may be due to a contamination of the holy water at the local temple. His findings are met not with public gratitude but with rancor, as well as opposition from local authorities, who are afraid the news will keep visitors away. Stately in style but with a fiery debate at its heart, An Enemy of the People gets at the tension between religion and science in everyday Indian life
Apur sansar = The world of Apu( Visual )

2 editions published between 2003 and 2015 in Bengali and held by 240 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Third part of the Apu Trilogy. A drama of a young man who is drawn into marriage out of regard for friendship and for a Hindu custom. It shows his quick realization of love for her and their blessful happiness together for one year, until she dies in childbirth and he is left desolate, the stricken father of an unwanted child
Stories by Satyajit Ray( Book )

22 editions published between 1987 and 2012 in 4 languages and held by 230 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Apu trilogy by Satyajit Ray( Visual )

2 editions published between 1996 and 2008 in Bengali and held by 228 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The world of Apu: The shy young man, Apu, is drawn into marriage out of regard for friendship and Hindu custom. He quickly realizes his love for his wife. They are blissfully happy for a year, until she dies in childbirth, leaving him the desolate father of a child
 
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Alternative Names
Rai, Sathyajith 1921-1992

Rai Satjadžit

Ray S.

Ray S. 1921-1992

Ray, Satyajit

Ray, Satyajit 1921-1992

Ray, Satyajit 1922-

Rāẙa, Satyajit̲

Rāẏa, Satyajiṯ 1921-1992

Rāẏa, Satẏajit̲a

Rāẏa, Satyajita 1921-1992

R̲ē, Satyajit

Ṟē, Satyajit 1921-1992

Rej, Sat'âdžit

Rej, Satʹjadžit 1921-1992

Rey Satyajit

Satjadžit Raj

Satjadžitas Rėjus

Satjadžits Rejs

Satyacit Ray

Satyajit Ray.

Satyajit Ray 1921-1992

Satyajit Ray cineasta indio

Satyajit Ray director de cine indio

Satyajit Ray Film maker, writer

Satyajit Ray Indiaas filmregisseur (1921-1992)

Satyajit Ray Indian author, poet, composer, lyricist, filmmaker

Satyajit Ray Indian filmmaker

Satyajit Ray Indiano nga agar-aramid ti pelikula

Satyajit Ray indický režisér

Satyajit Ray indischer Filmregisseur

Satyajit Ray Pembuat film India

Satyajit Ray réalisateur, écrivain et compositeur indien bengali

Satyajit Ray regista indiano

Satyajit Rē

Satyajit R̲ē 1921-1992

Satyajita Rāẏa

Satyajita Rāẏa 1921-1992

Šotodžits Rajs indiešu rakstnieks, dzejnieks, komponists un filmu veidotājs

Szatjadzsit Ráj (1921–1992) indiai (bengáli) filmrendező, forgatókönyvíró, grafikus, zeneszerző

Σατιατζίτ Ράι Ινδός σκηνοθέτης

Рай, Сатьяджит

Рей С

Рей, С 1921-1992

Рей Сатьяджит

Сат’яджыт Рай

Сатьяджит Рай

Сатьяджит Рай бенгальський індійський режисер кіно

Сатьяджит Рай индийский кинорежиссёр

Сатьяджит Рей

Сатяджит Рей

Сатяҷит Рай

Сатјађит Рај

Сацьяджыт Рэй

Սաթյաջիտ Ռայ

סאטיאדזשיט ריי

סטיאג'יט ריי

راي، ساتيا جيت، 1921-1992

ساتياجيت راى

ساتياجيت راي

ساتياجيت راي، 1921-1992

ساتیاجیت رای تهیه‌کننده، فیلمنامه‌نویس، آهنگساز، نویسنده، و کارگردان هندی

ساتیاجیت ڕای

ستیہ جیت رائے

ستیہ جیت راۓ

राय, सत्यजित

राय सत्यजित 1921-1992

सत्यजित रे

सत्यजित राय

सत्यजित राय 1921-1992

सत्यजित राय भारतीय लेखक, कवि, संगीतकार, गीतकार, फिल्म निर्माता

রায় সত্যজিত 1921-1992

রায়, সত্যজিৎ

সত্যজিত রায়

সত্যজিত রায় 1921-1992

সত্যজিৎ রায়

সত্যজিৎ রায় ভারতীয় বাঙালি চলচ্চিত্র নির্মাতা ও লেখক

সত্যজিৎ ৰায়

সত্যজিৎ ৰায় ভাৰতীয় তথা বঙালী চলচ্চিত্ৰ নিৰ্মাতা

ਸੱਤਿਆਜੀਤ ਰਾਏ

ਸੱਤਿਆਜੀਤ ਰਾਏ ਭਾਰਤੀ ਲੇਖਕ, ਕਵੀ, ਗੀਤਕਾਰ, ਫ਼ਿਲਮਮੇਕਰ

સત્યજીત રે

ସତ୍ୟଜିତ ରାୟ

ସତ୍ୟଜିତ ରାୟ ଭାରତୀୟ ସଂଗୀତକାର, କବି, ଲେଖକ, ସ୍ୱର ସଂଯୋଜକ ଓ ଫିଲିମ ନିର୍ମାତା

சத்யஜித் ராய்

சத்யஜித் ராய் இந்திய எழுத்தாளர், பாடலாசிரியர், இணையமைப்பாளர், திரைப்பட இயக்குநர்

సత్యజిత్ రే

సత్యజిత్ రే భారతియా రచయిత

ಸತ್ಯಜಿತ್ ರೇ

ಸತ್ಯಜಿತ್ ರೇ ಭಾರತದ ಚಿತ್ರ ನಿರ್ದೇಶಕ

സത്യജിത് റേ

സത്യജിത് റേ ഇരുപതാം നൂറ്റാണ്ടിലെ ഏറ്റവും മികച്ച ചലച്ചിത്രസംവിധായകരിൽ ഒരാളാണ് സത്യജിത്ത് റേ

සත්‍යජිත් රායි

สัตยาจิต เรย์

ဆက်ရာဂျစ် ရေး

სატიაჯიტ რაი

레이, 사티야지트 1921-1992

사티야지트 레이

ᱥᱚᱛᱭᱚᱡᱤᱛ ᱨᱟᱭ

サタジット・レイ

サタジット・レイ インドの映像作家

ラエ, ショットジト

レイ, サタジット

薩耶哲雷

萨蒂亚吉特·雷伊

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