Print details Printable details


Outsider Films on India 1950/1990

Outsider Films on India 1950/1990

Edited by: Shanay Jhaveri

  • Paperback | In Stock | £15.99

  • Paperback | In Stock | $32.00

    add to basket


Cinema has always provided a special lens for viewing India and, when combined with an outsider's perspective, reveals new and often refreshingly significant facets of its culture and society. Beautifully designed with 100 illustrations in colour and black & white, "Outsider Films on India" presents a varied interpretation of the country as well as its relationship with the West through a discussion of ten distinctive films, some documentary and some fictional, spanning 40 years from India's independence. International critics, artists and scholars have delved deep into this carefully assembled list, from Jean Renoir's "The River" and Fritz Lang's "The Tiger of Eschnapur" to Pier Paolo Pasolini's "Notes for a Film on India" and Alain Corneau's "Nocturne Indien". Their conversations, reflections and polemics trace the evolution of ideas about India as viewed onscreen, re-assess its cultural development, and simultaneously lay bare a meditation on foreignness. Hidden aspects of the films are also brought into unprecedented focus.

Bibliographic Info

Imprint: Shoestring Publishers
Publisher: Shoestring Publishers

ISBN: 9788190472012
Publication Date: 30 Jan 2010
Number of Pages: 300
Height: 190
Width: 150
Illustrations: 100 colour & b/w illustrations

Also of Interest

Postcolonial Approaches to Eastern European Cinema: Portraying Neighbours on Screen

Postcolonial Approaches to Eastern European Cinema
Ewa Mazierska, Lars Kristensen, Eva Naripea
£64.00 | $99.00

The Apu Trilogy: Satyajit Ray and the Making of an Epic

The Apu Trilogy
Andrew Robinson
£12.99 | $26.00
£64.00 | $99.00

Visions of the East: Orientalism in Film

Visions of the East

New Book Alerts

Sign up now

Powered by Google