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Another Cinema for Another Society

Gaston Roberge (Author)
Synopsis Gaston Roberge, proposes a militant programme. . . for another cinema committed to the building up of another society. He offers revaluations of the established systems of film aesthetics with fresh insights into the thoughts and works of Eisenstein, Bazin, Welles and Ray; before analysing the Indian social scene in depth and detail, to suggest a comprehensive model for a parallel Indian cinema, complete with a new scheme for film and media education for the new cinema.
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About the author

Gaston Roberge

Gaston Roberge, MA, Theatre Art (Film), University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), was born in Montreal, Canada, in 1935. He came to India in 1961, and since then has lived in Kolkata. He is a Jesuit, teaching Mass Communication and Film Studies at St. Xavier's College, Kolkata. In 1970, with the assistance of the late Satyajit Ray, he founded a media center in Kolkata, called Chitrabani. In 1935, he started the Educational Media Research Center of St. Xavier's College. He has written several books on cinema and communication. In 1999, his book Communication Cinema Development (Manohar Publishers, Delhi), won a national award.

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Bibliographic information

Title Another Cinema for Another Society
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 8170460565
length viii+158p., Figures; Plates; Notes; Index; 22cm.