South and Southeast Asian Cinema:
A Selected Bibliography/Videography of Materials in the UC Berkeley

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India Cinema
Journal Articles
Reviews/articles About Individual Films
Books on Satyajit Ray
Journal Articles on Satyajit Ray
Reviews and Articles About Individual Ray Films

Vietnamese Cinema
Indonesian Cinema

South/Southeast Asian Cinema
Merchant/Ivory bibliography
Passage to India (David Lean) bibliography

South Indian Cinema


50 Years of Indian talkies, 1981.
Calcutta: Federation of Film Societies of India (Eastern Region), [1981].
UCB Main PN1995.7 .A13 1981

70 Years of Indian Cinema, 1913-1983
Edited by T.M. Ramachandran, associate editor, S. Rukmini. Bombay: CINEMA India-International, 1985.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I48 A1171 1985

Agnihotri, Ram Awatar.
Film Stars in Indian Politics / Ram Awatar Agnihotri. 1st ed. New Delhi: Commonwealth Publishers, 1998.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 A36 1998

Agnihotri, Ram Awatar
Modern Indian Films on Rural Background: Social and Political Perspectives with Survey Study / Ram Awatar Agnihotri. New Delhi, India: Commonwealth Publishers, 1991.
NRLF B 4 032 255

Agnihotri, Ram Awatar
Social and Political Study of Modern Hindi Cinema: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives / Ram Awatar Agnihotri. New Delhi, India: Commonwealth Publishers, 1990.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 A64 1990

Agrawal, Binod C.
"Indianness of the Indian Cinema." In: Continuity and Change in Communication Systems: An Asian Perspective./ editors, Georgette Wang and Wimal Dissanayake .pp: 181-191. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Pub. Corp., c1984. Communication and information science.
Main StackHM258.C641 1984

Akhtar, Javid.
Talking films: conversations on Hindi cinema with Javed Akhtar / [interviewed by] Nasreen Munni Kabir. New Delhi ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
Main StackPN1993.5.I8.A66 1999

Arora, Poonam.
"The Production of Third World Subjects for First World Consumption: Salaam Bombay and Parama." In: Multiple Voices in Feminist Film Criticism / Diane Carson, Linda Dittmar, and Janice R. Welsch, editors. pp: 293-304.Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.M82 1994
Moffitt PN1995.9.W6.M82 1994

Arora, Poonam.
"Sanctioned and proscribed narratives in Indian cinema: a bicultural reading of the courtesan film." In: Order and Partialities: Theory, Pedagogy, and the "Postcolonial" / edited by Kostas Myrsiades and Jerry McGuire. pp: 59-85. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1995. SUNY series, Interruptions -- Border testimony(ies) and Critical Discourse/s
Main Stack PN56.C63.O64 1995

Baghdadi, Rafique.
Talking Films / Rafique Baghdadi, Rajiv Rao; foreword by Govind Nihalani. New Delhi: Indus, c1995.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I4 B25 1995

Banerjee, Samik.
Dekha sinema, sinema dekha Kalakata: Anushtupa Prakasani, 2001.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I4 B27 2001

Banaji, Shakuntala
Reading 'Bollywood': the young audience and Hindi films / Shakuntala Banaji. Basingstoke [England] ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
Table of contents:
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8; B262 2006

Banerjee, Shampa.
One Hundred Indian Feature Films: An Annotated Filmography / Shampa Banerjee, Anil Srivastava. New York: Garland, 1988. Series title: Garland reference library of the humanities; vol. 915.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 B271 1988
UCB Media Ctr PN1993.5.I8 B271 1988

Banerjee, Shampa.
Profiles, Five Film-makers from India: V. Shantaram, Raj Kapoor, Mrinal Sen, Guru Dutt, Ritwik Ghatak / by Shampa Banerjee. New Delhi, India: Directorate of Film Festivals, National Film Development Corp., c1985.
UCB Main PN1997.8 .B351 1985

Barnouw, Erik
Indian Film [by] Erik Barnouw and S. Krishnaswamy. 2d ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 1980.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 .B3 1980
UCB Moffitt PN1993.5.I8 .B3 1980

Behind the scenes of Hindi cinema: a visual journey through the heart of Bollywood
Edited by Johan Manschot and Marijke de Vos. Amsterdam: KIT, c2005.
PFA: PN1993.5.I8 B385 2005

Benegal, Shyam
Bollywood Babylon: interviews with Shyam Benegal Oxford ; New York: Berg, 2006.
MAIN: PN1998.3.B467 A3 2006
Table of contents

Benegal, Shyam
"The enduring allure of the big screen: a century of Indian cinema." In: 2000, reflections on the arts in India / edited by Pratapaditya Pal. Mumbai: Marg Publications, 2000.
Main Stack NX576.A1. A18 2000 \f\

Beyond the boundaries of Bollywood : the many forms of Hindi cinema
Edited by Rachel Dwyer and Jerry Pinto. New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.I8 B3865 2011
Papers presented at a seminar on Cinemas of India held in Abu Dhabi in November 2008 on Hindi cinema and interviews with celebrities from the film world.

"Sulochana: clothes, stardom and gender in early Indian cinema." In: Fashioning film stars: dress, culture, identity / edited by Rachel Moseley. London: BFI Pub., 2005.
Main Stack PN1995.9.C56; F553 2005

Bhaumika, Somesvara.
Indian Cinema, Colonial Contours / Someswar Bhowmik. Calcutta, India: Papyrus, 1995.
UCB Main PN1993.5.A1 B497 1995

Bhugra, Dinesh.
Mad tales from Bollywood : portrayal of mental illness in conventional Hindi cinema Hove [England] ; New York : Psychology Press, 2006.
MAIN: PN1995.9.M463 B48 2006;
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Biswas, Moinak
"In the Mirror of an Alternative Globalism: The Neorealist Encounter in India." In: Italian neorealism and global cinema / edited by Laura E. Ruberto & Kristi M. Wilson. Detroit : Wayne State University Press, c2007.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I88.I76 2007
Table of contents

Bollywood bound: finding fame and identity in India's filmmaking capital[VIDEO]
National Film Board of Canada presents ; produced by Karen King-Chigbo ; directed by Nisha Pahuja. National Film Board of Canada: Films for the Humanities & Sciences [distributor],
For some children of Canadian East-Indian immigrants, the land of milk and honey that their parents sought is not North America, it is Bombay, home to the Hindi film and television industry known as Bollywood. This fascinating program follows four aspiring stars as they return to their parents' country to encounter not only the challenges of casting calls and rehearsals but the feeling of being an outsider in their own native culture. Questions of religious, linguistic, and moral identity are frankly addressed, providing a compelling study of what it means to feel like a foreigner in two countries.
VIDEO/C 9432

Bollywood: popular Indian cinema
Edited by Lalit Mohan Joshi. London: Dakini, 2002.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 B654 2002

Bollyworld: popular Indian cinema through a transnational lens
Editors, Raminder Kaur, Ajay J. Sinha. New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. ; London: Sage Publications, 2005.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8.B595 2005

Booth, Greg
"Pandits in the Movies: Contesting the Identity of Hindustani Classical Music and Musicians in the Hindi Popular Cinema." Asian Music: Journal of the Society for Asian Music, vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 60-86, Winter 2005

Bora, Prafulla Prasad.
Cinema in Assam / Prafulla Pr. Bora. Gauhati: Performing Arts Centre, 1978.
NRLF B 3 173 532

Bose, Brinda.
"Desire and diaspora: gender, memory and nostalgia in British South Asian cinema." In: India in the age of globalization: contemporary discourses and texts / edited by Suman Gupta, Tapan Basu, Subarno Chattarji. New Delhi: Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, 2003.
Main Stack DS428.2; .I554 2003

Bose, Brinda.
"Transgressions: Female Desire and Postcolonial Identity in Contemporary Indian Women's Cinema." In: Interventions: Feminist Dialogues on Third World Women's Literature and Film / edited by Bishnupriya Ghosh and Brinda Bose. pp: 119-33. New York: Garland, 1997. Gender, culture, and global politics; v. 1 Garland reference library of the humanities; vol. 1943.
Main Stack PN98.W64.I58 1996

Bose, Derek.
Bollywood uncensored : what you don't see on screen and why New Delhi : Rupa & Co., 2005.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 B65 2005

Bose, Derek.
Bollywood unplugged : deconstructing cinema in black & whiteMumbai : English Edition Publishers and Distributors (India) & Frog Books, 2004.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 B66 2004

Bose, Derek.
Brand Bollywood : a new global entertainment order New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 B67 2006;
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Bose, Derek
Everybody wants a hit : 10 mantras of success in Bollywood cinema Mumbai : Jaico Pub. House, 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 B671 2006

Bose, Mihir
Bollywood : a history New Delhi : Lotus Collection, Roli Books, 2007.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 B677 2007

Bose, Mihir
Bollywood : a history Stroud : Tempus, 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 B674 2006

Buddhadeb Dasgupta : cinema of imprinted times
Edited by Pradip Biswas. Calcutta : Aurora Film Corpn., [1999]
MAIN: PN1998.3.D367 B83 1999

Chakravarty, Sumita S.
"Fragmenting the nation: images of terrorism in Indian popular cinema." In: Cinema and nation / edited by Mette Hjort and Scott MacKenzie. London ; New York: Routledge, 2000.
Main Stack PN1995.9.N33.C56 2000

Chakravarty, Sumita S.
National Identity in Indian Popular Cinema, 1947-1987 / Sumita S. Chakravarty. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1993. Series title: Texas film studies series.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 C48 1993

Chatterjee, Gayatri.
Awara / Gayatri Chatterjee. New Delhi: Wiley Eastern, 1992.
UCB Main PN1998.3.K37 C46 1992

Chatterji, Shoma A.
Subject cinema, object women: a study of the portrayal of women in Indian cinema / by Shoma A. Chatterji. Calcutta: Parumita Publications, 1998.
UCB Main PN1995.9.W6 C49 1998

Chopra, Anupama.
Dilwale dulhania le jayenge: the making of a blockbuster / Anupama Chopra. New Delhi: Harper Collins Publishers, 2004.
Main Stack PN1997.D494; C46 2004

Chopra, Anupama.
Sholay: the making of a classic New Delhi; New York: Penguin Books India, 2000. Location: MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 C514 2000

Chowdhry, Prem.
Colonial India and the making of empire cinema: image, ideology, and identity New Delhi: Vistaar Publications, 2001.
UCB Main PN1993.5.G7 C47 2002
Main Stack PN1995.C46 2000 [another edition]
Moffitt PN1995.C46 2000 [another edition]

Cinema and Cultural Identity: Reflections on Films From Japan, India, and China
Edited by Wimal Dissanayake. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, c1988.
UCB Main PN1993.5.A75 C56 1988
UCB Moffitt PN1993.5.A75 C56 1988

Cinema in Focus: Writings by Bunuel ... [et al.]. Black and White of Cinema in India
By Pranjali Bandhu. 1st ed. Thiruvananthapuram: Odyssey, 1992.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 C53 1992

City flicks: cinema, urban worlds and modernities in India and beyond
Edited by Preben Kaarsholm. Denmark: International Development Studies, Roskilde University, 2002.
Main Stack PN1995.9.C513; C54 2002

Civattampi, Karttikecu.
The Tamil Film as a Medium of Political Communication / Karthigesu Sivathamby. 1st ed. Madras: New Century Book House, 1981.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 C58 1981

Collections, First Indian Film & Video Guide
Executive editor, Ratan Sharda; Hindi compilation by Javed Zaidi. 3rd ed., updated, rev. and enl. New Delhi, India: Update Video Publication, 1991.
UCB S-S/EAsia PN1995.65.I4 C65 1991

Cooper, Darius
In black and white: Hollywood and the melodrama of Guru Dutt. Calcutta: Seagull Books, 2005.
PFA: PN1998.3.G862 C66 2005

Creekmur, Corey K.
"Dissolving the Male Child in Popular Hindi Cinema." In: Where the boys are: cinemas of masculinity and youth / edited by Murray Pomerance and Frances Gateward. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, c2005. Contemporary approaches to film and television series.
Main Stack PN1995.9.B7.W54 2005
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Creekmur, Corey K.
"Picturizing American Cinema: Hindi Film Songs and the Last Days of Genre." In: Soundtrack available: essays on film and popular music / edited by Pamela Robertson Wojcik and Arthur Knight. pp: 375-406. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2001.
Music ML2075.S68 2001

Das Gupta, Chidananda.
The Painted Face: Studies in India's Popular Cinema / Chidananda Das Gupta. New Delhi: Roli Books, c1991.
NRLF B 3 847 014

Das Gupta, Chidananda.
Talking About Films / Chidananda Das Gupta. New Delhi: Orient Longman, c1981.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 D27

Dasgupta, Shamita Das.
All that Glitters--: An Assessment of Feminist Consciouness in Hindi Films / by Shamita Das Dasgupta. [East Lansing]: Michigan State University, c1986. Series title: WID forum; 86-VIII.
UCB Main PN1995.9.W6 D37 1986

Datta, Utpal
Towards a Heroic Cinema / Utpal Dutt. Calcutta: M.C. Sarkar & Sons, 1994.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 D29 1994

David, C. R. W.
Cinema and the Urban Poor in South India / Sara Dickey. Cambridge [England]; New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Series title: Cambridge studies in social and cultural anthropology; 92.
UCB Anthropol PN1993.5.I8 D5 1993
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 D5 1993

Derne, Steve
Movies, masculinity, and modernity: an ethnography of men's filmgoing in India Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2000.
ANTH: PN1993.5.I8 D47 2000
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 D47 2000;

Desai, Jigna.
Beyond Bollywood: the cultural politics of South Asian diasporic film New York: Routledge, 2004.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 D48 2004
Moffitt PN1993.5.I8.D48 2004
PFA: PN1993.5.I8 D48 2004;
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Desai, Jigna.
"Bollywood abroad: South Asian diasporic cosmopolitanism and Indian cinema." In: New cosmopolitanisms: South Asians in the US / edited by Gita Rajan and Shailja Sharma. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2006.
Table of contents:
AnthropologyE184.S69; N49 2006

Desai, Jigna.
"Planet bollywood: Indian cinema abroad." In: East Main Street: Asian American popular culture / edited by Shilpa Dave, LeiLani Nishime, and Tasha Oren ; foreword by Robert G. Lee. New York: New York University Press, c2005.
Table of contents:
Main Stack E184.A75; E17 2005
Asian Amer E184.A75; E17 2005

Dissanayake, Wimal, ed.
Narratives of Agency: Self-making in China, India, and Japan / Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1996.
Main Stack DS721.N37 1996

Dissanayake, Wimal.
"The Concepts of Evil and Social Order in Indian Melodrama: An Evolving Dialectic." In: Melodrama and Asian Cinema. Melodrama and Asian Cinema / edited by Wimal Dissanayake. pp: 189-204. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Cambridge studies in film.
Main Stack PN1993.5.A75.M45 1993

Dissanayake, Wimal.
"Globalization and the Experience of Culture: The Resilience of Nationhood." In: Globalization, cultural identities, and media representations / Natascha Gentz and Stefan Kramer, editors. Albany: State University of New York Press, c2006.
Main Stack HM621.G59 2006
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Dissanayake, Wimal.
"Indian cinema." In: The Oxford guide to film studies / edited by John Hill and Pamela Church Gibson ; consultant editors, Richard Dyer, E. Ann, et al. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
Main Stack PN1995.O93 1998

Dudrah, Rajinder Kumar.
Bollywood : sociology goes to the movies New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks : Sage, 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 D83 2006
PFA : PN1993.5.I8 D83 2006
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Dwyer, Rachel.
All you want is money, all you need is love: sexuality and romance in modern India London; New York: Cassell, 2000.
Main Stack PR9499.3.D99 A79 2000
UNDE: PR9499.3.D99 A79 2000;

Dwyer, Rachel.
Cinema India: the visual culture of Hindi film New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2002.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 D96 2002; UNDE: PN1993.5.I8 D96 2002

Dwyer, Rachel.
Filming the gods: religion and Indian cinema / Rachel Dwyer. London ; New York: Routledge, 2006.
Table of contents:
Main Stack PN1993.5.I4; D88 2006

Dwyer, Rachel.
100 Bollywood films / Rachel Dwyer. London: BFI, 2005.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8; D94 2005
PFA PN1993.5.I8; D94 2005

Dwyer, Rachel.
"The Saffron Screen? Hindu Nationalism and the Hindi Film." In: Religion, media, and the public sphere / edited by Birgit Meyer and Annelies Moors. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c2006.
Main Stack P94.R4543 2006
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Dwyer, Rachel.
"Yeh shaadi nahin ho sakti! ("This wedding cannot happen!"): romance and marriage in contemporary Hindi cinema." In: (Un)tying the knot: ideal and reality in Asian marriage / edited by Gavin W. Jones & Kamalini Ramdas. Singapore: Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore: Distributed for Asia Research Institute by Singapore University Press, 2004.
Main Stack HQ663; .A85 2004

Encyclopaedia of Hindi cinema New Delhi : Encyclopaedia Britannica (India) Pvt. Ltd., 2003.
SSEA: PN1993.5.I8 E539 2003 REF

Fay, Garret.
Studying Bollywood / Garret Fay. Leighton Buzzard : Auteur, 2011.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.I8 F28 2011
Contents: India: from corporation to colony to nuclear power -- Narrative and convention in Indian cinema: the early years -- Mehboob Khan and Mother India -- Starstruck: the rise of Raj Kapoor -- Amitabh Bachchan: Bollywood's greatest survivor -- Mani Ratnam's Bombay -- Shah Rukh Khan: Mr Bollywood -- Lagaan: land tax -- The parallel cinema -- What Bollywood did next.

Fingerprinting popular culture : the mythic and the iconic in Indian cinema /
Edited by Vinay Lal and Ashis Nandy. New Delhi ; Toronto : Oxford University Press, 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 F576 2006
Contents: Popular cinema, India, and fantasy / Probal Dasgupta -- Structure and form in Indian popular film narrative / M. K. Raghavendra -- All kinds of Hindi : the evolving language of Hindi cinema / Harish Trivedi -- The comic collapse of authority : an essay on the fears of the public spectator / D.R. Nagaraj -- The voice of the nation and the five-year plan hero : speculations on gender, space, and popular culture / Sanjay Srivastava -- The mapping of Guru Dutt's comedic vision / Darius Cooper.

Fifty years of Indian Talkies, 1931-1981: A Commemorative Volume. Bombay: Indian Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, 1981.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 F53 1981

Film Miscellany
Editors: Devlin Bose ... et al.]. Pune: Film and Television Institute of India, [1977?].
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 F571

Film Polemics
Editors: Sakti Basu, Shuvendu Dasgupta. 1st ed. Calcutta: Cine Club of Calcutta: Distributor, Dey Book Stores, 1992.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 F574 1992 Fingerprinting popular culture : the mythic and the iconic in Indian cinema
Edited by Vinay Lal and Ashis Nandy. New Delhi ; Toronto : Oxford University Press, 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 F576 2006
Contents: Popular cinema, India, and fantasy / Probal Dasgupta -- Structure and form in Indian popular film narrative / M. K. Raghavendra -- All kinds of Hindi : the evolving language of Hindi cinema / Harish Trivedi -- The comic collapse of authority : an essay on the fears of the public spectator / D.R. Nagaraj -- The voice of the nation and the five-year plan hero : speculations on gender, space, and popular culture / Sanjay Srivastava -- The mapping of Guru Dutt's comedic vision / Darius Cooper.

Flashback: Cinema in the Times of India
Compiled & annotated by K.N. Subramaniam with Ratnakar Tripathy. [Bombay]: Times of India, c1990.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 F59 1990

Frames of Mind: Reflections on Indian Cinema
Edited by Aruna Vasudev. New Delhi: UBS Publishers' Distributors, c1995.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 F72 1995

Gabriel, Karen
"The importance of Gandhi: gendering the national subject in Bombay cinema." In: South Asian masculinities: context of change, sites of continuity / editors, Radhika Chopra, Caroline Osella & Filippo Osella. New Delhi: Women Unlimited an associate of Kali for Women, 2004.
Electronic Location: Book review (H-Net)
Main Stack HQ1090.7.I4; E97 2000

Ganti, Tejaswini.
"And yet my heart is still Indian": the Bombay film industry and the (h)Indianization of Hollywood." In: Media worlds: anthropology on new terrain / edited by Faye D. Ginsburg, Lila Abu-Lughod, and Brian Larkin Berkeley: University of California Press, c2002
Electronic Location: eScholarship. Restricted to UC campuses

Ganti, Tejaswini.
Bollywood : a guidebook to popular Hindi cinema London ; New York : Routledge, 2004.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 G28 2004
MOFF: PN1993.5.I8 G28 2004; PFA : PN1993.5.I8 G28 2004

Ganti, Tejaswini.
Bollywood: a guidebook to popular Hindi cinema / Tejaswini Ganti. London ; New York: Routledge, 2004. Routledge film guidebooks.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8.G28 2004
Moffitt PN1993.5.I8.G28 2004

Garga, B. D. (Bhagwan Das)
The art of cinema : an insider's journey through fifty years of film history New Delhi : Penguin Viking, 2005.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 G28 2005

Garga, B. D. (Bhagwan Das)
So Many Cinemas: The Motion Picture in India/ B.D. Garga. Mumbai, India: Eminence Designs, c1996.
UCB Main Ordered for Main Stack
UCB S-S/EAsia f PN1993.5.I8 G32 1996 REF

Ghatak, Ritwikkumar
Cinema and I Ritwik Ghatak. Calcutta: Ritwik 6 Trust with support from Federation of Film Societies of India: Distributed exclusively in India by Rupa, 1987.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 G451 1987

Ghatak, Ritwikkumar
Rows and rows of fences: Ritwik Ghatak on cinema Calcutta: Seagull Books, 2000.
UCB Main PN1998.3.G47 A3 2000

Ghosh, Shohini.
"Queer pleasures for queer people: film, television, and queer sexuality in India." In: Queering India: same-sex love and eroticism in Indian culture and society / edited by Ruth Vanita. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Anthropology HQ76.2.I4.Q84 2002
Main Stack HQ76.2.I4.Q84 2002

Gokulsing, K. Moti.
Indian Popular Cinema: A Narrative of Cultural Change / K. Moti Gokulsingand Wimal Dissanayake. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books, 1998.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 G65 1998

Gokulsing, K.
Indian Popular Cinema: A Narrative of Cultural Change K. Moti Gokulsingand Wimal Dissanayake. Rev. and updated ed. Stoke-on-Trent ; Sterling, USA: Trentham, 2004.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8.G65 2004
Moffitt PN1993.5.I8.G65 2004
PFA PN1993.5.I8.G64 2004
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 G65 1998 [earlier edition]

Gopalan, Lalitha.
Cinema of interruptions: action genres in contemporary Indian cinemaLondon: British Film Institute, 2002.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 G67 2002

Gopinath, Gayatri.
"Bollywood/Hollywood: queer cinematic representation and the perils of translation." In: Impossible desires : queer diasporas and South Asian public cultures Duke University Press, 2005.
MAIN: HQ76.25 .G67 2005
MOFF: HQ76.25 .G67 2005

Govil, Nitin
"Hollywood's effects, Bollywood FX." In: Contracting out Hollywood: runaway productions and foreign location shooting / edited by Greg Elmer & Mike Gasher. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, c2005.
Bus & Econ PN1995.67.A1.C66 2005

Hardy, Justine.
Bollywood boy London: John Murray, 2002.
MAIN: PN1998.3.R657 B65 2002

Heroes and heritage : the protagonist in Indian literature and film
Edited by Theo Damsteegt. Leiden : Leiden University, Research School CNWS, c2003.
Papers from the 16th European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies, Edinburgh, 2000.
MAIN: PK5410.C45 H47 2003

The Hindi Film: Agent and Re-agent of Cultural Change
Edited by Beatrix Pfleiderer and Lothar Lutze. New Delhi: Manohar, 1985.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 H541 1985

A historical mela: the ABC of India: the art, book & cinema
Curated by Neville Tuli. Mumbai, India: Osian's, 2002.
Main Stack N7304; .O65 2002

Hood, John W.
The essential mystery: the major filmmakers of Indian art cinema / John W. Hood. Hyderabad, India: Orient Longman, 2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8.H66 2000

Indian Cinema 1980-1985
Edited by Rani Burra; coordinating editor, Mangala Chadran. New Delhi: Directorate of Film Festivals, National Film Development Corporation, 1985.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I4 I48851 1985

Indian Cinema: A Visual Voyage
Conceived by National Film Development Corporation. New Delhi: Publication Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India, 1998.
UCBS-S/EAsia PN1993.5.I4 I53 1998 REF

Indian Cinema: Contemporary Perceptions from the Thirties /
Selected by Dhruba Gupta and Biren Das Sharma; edited by Samik Bandyopadhyay. Jamshedpur: Celluloid Chapter, 1993. Series title: Celluloid chapter documentations; 4.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 I495 1993

Indian Cinema Superbazaar
Edited by Aruna Vasudev, Philippe Lenglet. New Delhi: Vikas, c1983.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 I4961 1983

Indian Cinema, the Next Decade
Edited by Gopal Datt. Bombay: Indian Film Directors' Association, [1984].
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 I4971 1984

India: fifty years after independenceLeeds, England: Peepal Tree Press, 2001.
UCB Main DS428.2 .I55 2001

Indian Films Today: An Anthology of Articles on Indian Cinema
Edited by Nandini Das. New Delhi: Directorate of Film Festivals, National Film Development Corp., 1985.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 I531 1985

Jag Mohan.
Documentary Films and National Awakening / Jag Mohan. New Delhi: Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India, 1990.
UCB Main PN1995.9.D6 J34 1990

Jaikumar, Priya
Cinema at the end of empire: a politics of transition in Britain and India / Priya Jaikumar.< Published: Durham: Duke University Press, 2006.
Table of contents:
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8; J28 2006

Jain, Rikhab Dass.
The Economic Aspects of the Film Industry in India.Radhakrishnan. Delhi, Atma Ram [1960].
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 J31

Jha, Subhash K.
The essential guide to Bollywood New Delhi : Lustre Press : Roli Books, c2005.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I4 J43 2005; Storage Info: B 4 965 302

Jones, Dorothy B.
The Portrayal of China and India on the American Screen, 1896-1955: The Evolution of Chinese and Indian Themes, Locales, and Characters as Portrayed on the American Screen / Dorothy B. Jones. Cambridge, Mass.: Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1955.
UCB Main PN1997.9.C6 .J65

Kabir, Nasreen.
Bollywood: The Indian Cinema Story LONDON CHANNEL 4 2001
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 K23 2001

Kasbekar, Asha
"An introduction to Indian cinema." In: An Introduction to film studies / edited by Jill Nelmes.<1999> London ; New York: Routledge, 1999.
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Kaul, Gautam
Cinema and the Indian freedom struggle : covering the subcontinent New Delhi : Sterling Publishers, c1998.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 K36 1998

Kazmi, Fareed
The politics of India's conventional cinema : imaging a universe, subverting a multiverse New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, 1999.
MAIN: PN1995.9.P6 K38 1999

Kesavan, Mukul
"Urdu, Awadh and the Tawaif: the Islamicate roots of Hindi cinema." In: Forging identities: gender, communities, and the state / edited by Zoya Hasan. New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1994.
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Kaul, Gautam
Cinema and the Indian Freedom Struggle: Covering the Subcontinent / Gautam Kaul. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, c1998.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 K36 1998

Kazmi, Fareed
The Politics of India's Conventional Cinema: Imaging a Universe, Subverting a Multiverse / Fareed Kazmi. New Delhi; Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1999.
UCB Main PN1995.9.P6 K38 1999

Kazmi, Nikhat.
The dream merchants of Bollywood New Delhi: UBS Publishers' Distributors, 1998.
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Kazmi, Nikhat.
Ire in the Soul: Bollywood's Angry Years / Nikhat Kazmi. New Delhi: HarperCollins Publishers India, 1996.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 K39 1996

Khanna, Satendra
Indian Cinema and Indian Life / Satendra Khanna. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California, Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies, 1980. Series title: Hindi-Urdu films for instructional purposes; v.3.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 .K5

Larkin, Brian
"Itineraries of Indian cinema : African videos, Bollywood, and global media." In: The anthropology of globalization : a reader / edited by Jonathan Xavier Inda and Renato Rosaldo. 2nd ed. Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2008.
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Main Stack PN1995.9.M56.M855 2003

Light of Asia: Indian Silent Cinema, 1912-1934
Editor, Suresh Chabria, associate editor, Paolo Cherchi Usai. New Delhi: Wiley Eastern, 1994.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I3 L54 1994

Mahmood, Hameeduddin
The Kaleidoscope of Indian Cinema / Hameeduddin Mahmood. New Delhi: Affiliated East-West Press, c1974.
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Majumdar, Heepa.
"The Embodied Voice: Song Sequences and Stardom in Popular Hindi Cinema." In: Soundtrack available: essays on film and popular music / edited by Pamela Robertson Wojcik and Arthur Knight. pp: 161-81. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2001.
Music ML2075.S68 2001

Making meaning in Indian cinema
Edited by Ravi S. Vasudevan. New Delhi: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8.M35 2002

Manto, Sa'adat Hasan
Stars From Another Sky: The Bombay Film World in the 1940s / Saadat Hasan Manto; translated from the Urdu by Khalid Hasan. New Delhi; New York, NY: Penguin Books, 1998.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 M35 1998

Mazumdar, Ranjani.
Bombay cinema: an archive of the city Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2007.
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Mehta, Monika
"Globalizing Bombay Cinema: Reproducing the Indian State and Family" Cultural Dynamics, 2005, 17, 2, July, 135-154
"This article examines the changing relations between Bombay cinema & the Indian state in a global context. In 1998, the Indian state recognized film as an industry. This dramatic shift in state policy occurred during the same period as two other noteworthy developments. First, the Bombay film industry produced & successfully distributed what the Indian state & the audiences approvingly referred to as 'family films.' Second, Indian diasporic communities emerged as valued audiences in Bombay's box-office figures & as desired investors in the Indian state's political, economic, & cultural plans. By examining this historical conjuncture, I seek to show how processes of globalization contribute to the (re)production of Hindi commercial cinema, the Indian state & family. 58 References." [Sociological Abstracts]

Merchant, Ismail.
My passage from India: a filmaker's journey from Bombay to Hollywood and beyond Viking Studio, 2002.
UCB Main PN1998.3.M466 A3 2002

Mishra, Vijay.
Bollywood cinema: temples of desire New York: Routledge, 2002.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 M46 2002
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Mishra, Vijay.
"Defining the Self in Indian Literary and Filmic Texts." In: Narratives of Agency: Self-Making in China, India, and Japan Wimal Dissanayake, editor. pp: 117-50. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1996.
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Mishra, Vijay.
"Rushdie and Bollywood cinema." In: The Cambridge companion to Salman Rushdie / edited by Abdulrazak Gurnah. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
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Mitra, Ananda
India through the Western lens: creating national images in film / Ananda Mitra. New Delhi; Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1999.
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Muraleedharan T.
"Queer bonds: male friendships in contemporary Malayalam cinema." In: Queering India: same-sex love and eroticism in Indian culture and society / edited by Ruth Vanita. New York: Routledge, 2002.
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Nagappan, Ramu.
Speaking havoc: social suffering & South Asian narratives Seattle: University of Washington Press, c2005.
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Nair, Uma J.
Economic aspects of film industry in Kerala Thiruvananthapuram : Centre for Development of Information Technology, c1999.
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Nandy, Ashis
"The city as the invitation to an antique death: Pramathesh Chandra Barua and the orgins of the terribly effeminate, maudlin, self-destructive heroes of Indian cinema." In: An ambiguous journey to the city: the village and other odd ruins of the self in the Indian imagination New Delhi ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
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Nandy, Ashis
"An intelligent critic's guide to Indian cinema." In: The Savage Freud and Other Essays on Possible and Retrievable Selves / AshisNandy. pp. 196-236. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1995. (Series: Princetonpaperbacks) Princeton studies in culture/power/history.
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Nandy, Ashis
"Invitation to an antique death: the journey of Pramathesh Barua as the origin of the terribly effeminate, Maudlin,self-destructive heroes of Indian cinema." In: Pleasure and the nation: the history, politics, and consumption of public culture in India / edited by Rachel Dwyer, et al.New Delhi ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.SOAS studies on South Asia.
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Narratives of Agency: Self-making in China, India, and Japan /
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Narwekar, Sanjit
Marathi Cinema: in retrospect / text, Sanjit Narwekar ; design, Raghuvir Kul ; research associate, D.B. Samant. Bombay: Maharashtra Film, Stage & Cultural Development Corp., c1995.
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The New Generation, 1960-1980: Film India: An Examination of India's New Cinema, Its Preoccupation with a Changing Society and the Status of Women, Highlighted in the Work of 19 Representative Directors. New Delhi: Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, 1981.
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Niranjana, Tejaswini
"Nationalism refigured: contemporary South Indian cinema and the subject of feminism." In: Community, gender and violence / edited by Partha Chatterjee and Pradeep Jeganathan. New York: Columbia University Press, c2000.
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Oommen, M. A.
Economics of Indian cinema New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub. Co., c1991.
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Panjwani, Narendra.
Emotion pictures : cinematic journeys into the Indian self Ahmedabad : Rainbow Publishers, 2006.
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Pendakur, Manjunath
Indian popular cinema: industry, ideology, and consciousness Cresskill, N.J.: Hampton Press, c2003.
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Prabhu, Manjiri.
Roles : reel and real : image of woman in Hindi cinema Delhi, India : Ajanta, 2001.
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Prasad, M. Madhava.
Ideology of the Hindi Film: A Historical Construction / M. Madhava Prasad. Delhi; New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 P73 1998

Purohit, Vinayak.
Some Aspects of Sociology of Indian Films and Profile of the Hindi Hit Movie, 1951-1989 / Vinayak Purohit. Bombay: Indian Institute of Social Research, 1990.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S6 P87 1990

Ragoonwalla, Firoze.
Indian films index: 1912-1967 [by] Firoze Rangoonwalla. Compilation work: Vishwanath Das. [Bombay] J. Udeshi [1968].
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Raha, Kironmoy.
Bengali Cinema / Kironmoy Raha. Calcutta: Nandan, 1991.
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Raheja, Dinesh.
Indian cinema: the Bollywood saga / Dinesh Raheja and Jitendra Kothari ; foreword by Ismail Merchant. [Delhi]: Roli ; London: Aurum Press, 2004.
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Rai, Amit S.
"'Thus Spake the Subaltern...': Postcolonial Criticism and the Scene of Desire." In: The Psychoanalysis of Race / edited by Christopher Lane. pp: 91-119. New York: Columbia University Press, c1998.
Educ/Psych BF175.4.R34.P78 1998

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish.
Encyclopaedia of Indian Cinema / Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Paul Willemen. New rev. ed. London: British Film Institute; New Delhi: Oxford University Press, c1999. UCB Media Ctr PN1993.5.I8 R277 1999
UCB S-S/EAsia PN1993.5.I8 R277 1995 REF (another edition)

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish.
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Rangoonwalla, Firoze.
75 Years of Indian Cinema New Delhi: Indian Book Co., c1975. Series title: India library.
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Rangoonwalla, Firoze.
Indian Cinema, Past & Present / Firoze Rangoonwalla. New Delhi: Clarion Books, c1983.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 R3521 1983

Rangoonwalla, Firoze.
Indian Filmography; Silent & Hindi Films, 1897-1969. / Firoze Rangoonwalla. New Delhi: Clarion Books, c1983.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 R341

Rangoonwalla, Firoze.
A Pictorial History of Indian Cinema / [by] Firoze Rangoonwalla. London: Hamlyn, 1979.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 R347

Ray, Bibekananda
Conscience of the race : India's offbeat cinema New Delhi : Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India 2005.
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Raya, Rajata.
Filmography of Sixty Eminent Indian Movie-makers, Along with Their Short Biographical Notes / Rajat Roy; foreword by Gaston Roberge. Mosaboni Mines, Singhbhum, Bihar, India: Cine Society, Mosaboni; Calcutta: Exclusive distributor, K.P. Bagchi, 1983.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I48 R391 1983

Roberge, Gaston
Chitra Bani: A Book on Film Appreciation / Gaston Roberge; foreword by Satyajit Ray. 1st ed. Calcutta: Chitra Bani, 1974.
UCB Main PN1994 .R5581

Roberge, Gaston
Communication, Cinema, Development: From Morosity to Hope / Gaston Roberge. New Delhi: Manohar, 1998.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S6 R62 1998

Saari, Anil
Indian cinema : the faces behind the masks / Anil Saari ; with an introduction by Saibal Chatterjee. New Delhi ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
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Sarkar, Kobita.
Indian Cinema To-day: An Analysis / Kobita Sarkar. 1st ed. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1975.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 S281
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Sarkar, Kobita.
You Can't Please Everyone!: Film Censorship, The Inside Story / Kobita Sarkar. Bombay: IBH Pub. Co., 1982.
UCB Main PN1994.A5 I54 1982

Screen World Publication's 75 Glorious Years of Indian Cinema: Complete Filmography of All Films (silent & Hindi) Produced Between 1913-1988
Editor, Rajendra Ojha. Bombay: Screen World Publication, 1988.
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The Secret Politics of Our Desires: Innocence, Culpability, and Indian Popular Cinema
Edited by Ashis Nandy. London; New York, NY, USA: Zed Books; New York NY, USA: Distributed in the USA exclusively by St.Martin's Press, c1998.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 S4 1998

Segal, Zohra
Stages: The Art and Adventures of Zohra Segal / Joan L. Erdman with Zohra Segal. New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1997.
UCB Main PN2888.S39 A3 1997

Sen, Amartya Kumar.
Our Culture, Their Culture: Satyajit Ray Memorial Lecture / Amartya Sen. Calcutta: Nandan, 1996.
UCB Main PK1718.R3119 Z9 1996

Shah, Panna.
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UCB Main PN1993.5.I4 S53

Sharma, Ashwani.
''Blood Sweat and Tears: Amitabh Bachchan, Urban Demi-God." In: You Tarzan: Masculinity, Movies and Men. / edited by Pat Kirkham and Janet Thumim. pp: 167-80. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993.
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Simha, Hara Mandira
Hindi Talkie Film Index = Savak Hindi Filma Suci, 1931 se 1987 / Hara Mandira Simha "Hamaraza"; sahayaka Bisvanatha Catarji. 1. samskarana. Kanapura: Satindara Kaura, 1988.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 S56 1988

Somaaya, Bhawana.
Salaam Bollywood: the pain and the passionSouth Godston: Spantech & Lancer ; Hartford, WI ; Spectech USA ; Mumbai: Distributed in India by English Editions Publishers & Distributors, 2000.
MAIN: PN1998.2 .S5944 2000

Somaaya, Bhawana.
Cinema : images & issues New Delhi : Rupa & Co., 2004.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I4 S66 2004

Sood, B. S. (Braham S.)
An alien in Bollywood: an autobiography New Delhi: UBS Publishers' Distributors, 2000.
MAIN: TA140.S662 A3 2000

Symposium: Indian Cinema: the Next Decade (1984: Bombay, India)Indian Cinema, The Next Decade
Editor, Gopal Datt. Bombay: Indian Film Directors' Association, [1984].
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 S941 1984

Symposium on Cinema in Developing Countries (1978: New Delhi, India)Symposium on Cinema in Developing Countries
Symposium organized by the Indian Institute of Mass Communication and Directorate of Film Festivals on January 9-11, 1979 in connection with the seventh International. New Delhi: Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India, 1979.
UCB MainPN1993.5.I8 S951 1979

Thoraval, Yves.
The cinemas of India (Cinemas de l'Inde.English) New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2000.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 T4913 2000

Thoraval, Yves.
Les Cinemas de l'Inde / Yves Thoraval; preface de Catherine Clement. Paris: L'Harmattan, c1998.Series title: Collection Images plurielles.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 T49 1998

Tieber, Claus.
Passages to Bollywood: Einfuhrung in den Hindi-Film Wien ; Berlin : Lit, 2007.
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Torgovnik, Jonathan.
Hollywood dreams: an exploration of the motion picture industry and its culture in India London ; New York, NY: Phaidon, 2003.
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Trivedi, Harish
"From Bollywood to Hollywood: The Globalization of Hindi Cinema." In: The postcolonial and the global / Revathi Krishnaswamy and John C. Hawley, editors. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2008. Main Stack JV51.P64 2008

Twelve Indian Directors
Edited by Sital Chandra Ghosh & Arun Kumar Roy. 1st ed. Calcutta: People's Book Pub., 1981.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 T881 1981

Vaidyanathan, T. G.
Hours in the Dark: Essays on Cinema / T.G. Vaidyanathan. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1996.
UCB Main PN1993 .V35 1996

Valicha, Kishore.
The Moving Image: A Study of Indian Cinema / Kishore Valicha. Bombay: Orient Longman, c1988.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 V251 1988

Vanita, Ruth
"Dosti and Tamanna: male-male love, difference, and normativity in Hindi cinema." In: Everyday life in South Asia / edited by Diane P. Mines and Sarah Lamb. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c2002.
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Cut-outs, caste, and cine stars : the world of Tamil politics New Delhi ; New York : Viking, 2006.
MAIN: DS485.M28 V38 2006

Vasudev, Aruna.
Liberty and Licence in the Indian Cinema / Aruna Vasudev. New Delhi: Vikas, c1978.
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Vasudev, Aruna.
The New Indian Cinema / Aruna Vasudev. New Delhi: Macmillan India, 1986.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 V281 1986

Vasudevan, Ravi S.
"The politics of cultural address in a 'transitional' cinema: a case study of Indian polular cinema." In: Reinventing film studies / edited by Christine Gledhill and Linda Williams. London: Arnold ; New York: Co-published in the United States of America by Oxford University Press, 2000.
Grad Svcs PN1995.R455 2000Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services.
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Vasudevan, Ravi S.
"Sexuality and the film apparatus: continuity, non-continuity and discontinuity in Bombay cinema." In: A question of silence?: the sexual economics of modern India / edited by Mary E. John and Janaki Nair.<1998> New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1998.
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Vatave, Bapu.
Dadasaheb Phalke, the father of Indian cinema New Delhi : National Book Trust, 2004.
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Verma, R. K.
Filmography: silent cinema, 1913-1934 Dehradun: M. Verma, 2000.
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Virdi, Jyotika
The cinematic imagiNation [sic]: Indian popular films as social history New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c2003.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 V57 2003

Walsh, Judith E.
"Bollywood and beyond (1947-2004)." In: A brief history of India / Judith E. Walsh. Place/Publisher New York: Facts on File, c2006.
Moffitt DS436.W34 2006

Waugh, Thomas
"I sleep behind you": male homosociality and homoeroticism in Indian parallel cinema." In: Queering India: same-sex love and eroticism in Indian culture and society / edited by Ruth Vanita. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Anthropology HQ76.2.I4.Q84 2002
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Waugh, Thomas.
"Queer Bollywood, or 'I'm the Player, You're the Naive One': Patterns of Sexual Subversion inRecent Indian Popular Cinema." In: Keyframes: popular cinema and cultural studies / edited byMatthew Tinkcom and Amy Villarejo. pp: 280-97. London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
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Willemen, Paul.
"Negotiating the Transition to Capitalism: The Case of Andaz." In: Melodrama and Asian Cinema. / edited by Wimal Dissanayake. pp.: 179-88. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Cambridge studies in film.
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Willis, Andrew
"Locating Bollywood: Notes on the Hindi Blockbuster, 1975 to the Present." In: Movie blockbusters / edited by Julian Stringer. London ; New York: Routledge, 2003.
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Aftab, K.
"Brown: the new black! Bollywood in Britain." Critical Quarterly, Oct2002, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p88-98, 11p
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Ahmed, Akbar S.
"Bombay Films: The Cinema as Metaphor for Indian Society and Politics Bombay Films: The Cinema as Metaphor for Indian Society and Politics." Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 26, No. 2 (May, 1992), pp. 289-320
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Ahmed, Talat.
"Realism in South Asian cinema." Film International 2006, Vol. 4 Issue 24, p40-47, 8p
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Alessandrini, Anthony C.
"My Heart's Indian for All That': Bollywood Film between Home and Diaspora." Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies, Winter2001, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p315, 26p UC users only

Arnold, Alison E.
"Aspects of Production and Consumption in the Popular Hindi Film Song Industry." Asian Music: Journal of the Society for Asian Music, vol. 24 no. 1. 1992 Fall-Winter. pp: 122-36.

Arnold, Alison.
"Popular Film Song in India: A Case of Mass-Market Musical Eclecticism." Popular Music, vol. 7 no. 2. 1988 May. pp: 177-188.

Arora, V. N.
"Popular Songs in Hindi Films." Journal of Popular Culture, vol. 20 no. 2. 1986 Fall. pp: 143-166.

Baghdadi, Rafique, comp.
"Landmarks." Indian Horizons [India] 1995 44(1): 289-303.
"An annual accounting of major events, developments, awards, and films in the Indian cinema industry from 1895, when the Lumière brothers launched the Cinématographe and brought it to Bombay in 1896, until 1992, when a special Oscar was awarded to Satyajit Ray by the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences." [from ABC-CLIO Historical Abstracts]

Athique, Adrian M.
"The 'crossover' audience: Mediated multiculturalism and the Indian film." Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, Sep2008, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p299-311, 13p;
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Banerjee, Partha; Chute, David
"Blaming Bollywood" (Discussion of special issue, Bollywood rising; with reply by guest editor David Chute) Film Comment v. 38 no. 5 (September/October 2002) p. 9
"In a letter, the writer rejects Film Comment's assertion that Bollywood deserves the kudos of American audiences. He claims that the Bombay film industry and its wealthy stars and corporate sponsors have caused immense damage to South Asia's once-vibrant, socially conscious, progressive New Wave cinema. Bollywood has forced at least three generations of South Asian people to swallow trash in the name of entertainment. David Chute, guest editor of the "Bollywood Rising" section, replies." [Art Index]

Bignardi, Irene
"Cinema come Bollywood / Cinema as Bollywood." Abitare no. 463 (July/August 2006) p. 146-8
"Bollywood is an example of a word that has become even bigger than the thing it refers to. The word, a contraction of the names Bombay and Hollywood, instantly conjures up a particular notion of Indian cinema that does not exist as such, since India's output spans 17 languages, countless dialects, and various different cultures. However, Bollywood in the pan-Indian sense definitely does exist in figures. This year 1,041 films were made in India, twice as many as in Hollywood, and the Bollywood industry keeps 3 million people in work and generates ticket sales of around 5 billion per year. Bollywood also boasts one of the world's most colorful and captivating star systems. However, the intriguing melting pot of ideas, styles and human dramas that is Bollywood is still something of a mystery in the West." [Art Index]

Booth, Gregory D.
"Traditional Content and Narrative Structure in Hindi Commercial Cinema." Asian Folklore Studies, vol. 54 no. 2. 1995. pp: 169-90.

Booth, Gregory D.
"Pandits in the Movies: Contesting the Identity of Hindustani Classical Music and Musicians in the Hindi Popular Cinema." Asian Music: Journal of the Society for Asian Music, vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 60-86, Winter 2005.

Begum, Khani.
"E. M. Forster's and David Lean's (Re)Presentations and (Re)Productions of Empire." West Virginia University Philological Papers, vol. 40. 1994. pp: 20-29.

"Bengali Cinema. Treats, Triumphs - and Troubles."
Cinema in India II/2, Apr-June 88; p.50-51.
Details of recent major events in the Bengali film industry.

Bhugra, D.
"Mad tales from Bollywood: the impact of social, political, and economic climate on the portrayal of mental illness in Hindi films." Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, Oct2005, Vol. 112 Issue 4, p250-256, 7p
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Binford, Mira Reym
"Mira Reym Binford from India." (Festival Report). Film Comment XV/5, Sept-Oct 79; p.4-8.
A brief history of the International Film Festival of India.

Binford, Mira Reym
"Indian popular cinema: a selected filmography." (Article).Quarterly Review of Film and Video XI/3, Oct 1989; p.79-81. Credits, Filmography.
Of 21, mostly Hindi, films dating from 1940-83 discussed in this special issue on Indian cinema; note on their video availability in the USA.

Binford, Mira Reym
"The New Cinema of India." Quarterly Review of Film Studies VIII/4, Fall 83; p.47-67.
On India's new cinema as a product of complex interactions between social forces and cultural processes.

Binford, Mira Reym & others
"Indian cinema." (Special Issue). Quarterly Review of Film and Video XI/3, Oct 1989; p.1-92. Illustration(s), Filmography, Bibliography.
Articles on the importance of chastity to the narrative of "Bharat mata"; realist Indian cinema of the 1950's; the position of the actor in Bombay cinema; and the threat to the national film industry from tv and video.

"Bollywood rising: a beginner's guide to Hindi cinema'" Film Comment v. 38 no. 3 (May/June 2002) p. 35-57
Special section on the Indian film industry. Articles discuss such topics as the history of Bollywood "film songs," images of the family in Hindi cinema, the underworld in Hindi cinema, and Web sites on Indian popular cinema.

Bora, Raj
"Assamese Cinema: Not So Bad a Start." Cinema in India II/2, Apr-June 88; p.51.

Bourne, S.
"Out of India." (Interview). Films & Filming /393, June 87; p.24-25.
Indian actor S.K. talks about his career.

Chakravarty, Sumita
"Teaching Bollywood Cinema." Cinema Journal, vol. 47, no. 1, pp. 105-08, October 2007
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Chandavarkar, Bhaskar
"How Classical is Filmi Classical?"Cinema in India II/4, Oct-Dec 88; p.18-23.
On occasional lapses of authenticity in Indian historical films, esp. concerning styles of music and instrumentation.

Chandavarkar, Bhaskar
"The Music Director Who Wasn't."Cinema in India II/3, July-Sept 88; p.6-10.
A celebration of the musical content of films by Raj Kapoor.

Chatterjee, Partha.
"When Melody Ruled the Day." Indian Horizons [India] 1995 44(1): 51-65.
"Because songs play a pivotal and unique role in Hindustani or Hindwi (inclusive of dialects like Avadhi and Bhojpuri) cinema, playback singers assume a special importance in the industry, and the lyricists, often known Urdu or Hindwi poets, work in tandem with composers to write songs that have become an independent art form." [from ABC-CLIO Historical Abstracts]

Chute, David
"The Big: The Rise and Fall and Rebirth of Bollywood Superstar Amitabh Bachchan." Film Comment, vol. 41, no. 2, pp. 50-56, March 2005.

Chute, David (ed. and introd.)
"Bollywood Rising." Film Comment, vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 36-57, May 2002.
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Chute, David
"Deeper into Bollywood: further research for the curious." Film Comment Vol.XXXVIII nr.3 (May-June 2002); p.56-57
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Chute, David
"Gods walk the earth." Film Comment XXXI/1, Jan-Feb 1995; p.50-53. I
On idiom and archetype in recent Indian films.

Chute, David
"The family business." Film Comment Vol.XXXVIII nr.3 (May-June 2002); p.45-47
Discusses a genre of Hindi cinema: the "Hindu family values" film and explores the themes and trends in these kinds of films.

Chute, David
"The Road to Bollywood." Film Comment v. 38 no. 3 (May/June 2002) p. 36
"Part of a special section on the Indian film industry. The term "Bollywood" has become a sore point with Indian film professionals and fans who resent the implication that that India's whole movie industry is just a jumped-up imitation of Hollywood. There has always been a sense of derision built into "Bollywood," a slang term for the commercial side of the Indian movie business. A Bombay gossip columnist supposedly coined it in the late 1970s. Although the origin story could be untrue, this controversial term continues to be widely used, partly because it provides a useful way to refer to Indian popular cinema--as an industry and a world apart. India produces over a thousand films per year in more than a dozen regional languages, for an enraptured global audience of over a billion people." [Art Index]

Ciecko, Anne
"Into the Sc(re)enery: Bollywood Locations and Docu-Diaspora." Asian Cinema, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 5-20, Fall 2004

Corliss, Richard
"Going Bollywood: Can those exotic, rhapsodic, all-singing, all-dancing Indian film dramas appeal to American tastes?" (The Arts/Show Business)(Brief Article) Time July 22, 2002 v160 i4 p51+ (1007 words)
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Crawford, Travis
"Bullets over Bombay: exposing the underworld of Hindi cinema (both onscreen and off)." Film Comment Vol.XXXVIII nr.3 (May-June 2002); p.53-55
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"Part of a special section on the Indian film industry. Bollywood has a long tradition of gangster-themed thrillers and action movies. Many golden age crime films would barely qualify as such by modern standards: Minimal crime elements existed to underline antiheroes' societal alienation and desire for rehabilitation. In 1956, Dev Anand and Waheeda Rehman were teamed in Raj Khosla's slick mystery C.I.D., about a cop framed for murder, and again in Black Market, a 1960 film directed by the star's brother, Aijay Anand. Although the latter film begins by portraying Anand's character being immersed in the world of illicit movie-ticket scalping, the focus soon shifts to a classic love triangle formula. The concept of absolution for the antihero was strong in the earlier films but eroded by the time of actor Amitabh Bachchan's classics, including his breakthrough films The Chain, Sholay, and Don." [Art Index]

Das Dasgupta, Shamita.
"Feminist Consciousness in Woman-Centered Hindi Films." Journal of Popular Culture, Summer96, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p173-189, 17p UC users only

Dasqupta, Chidananda and Robinson, Andrew
"A passage from India." (Article+Interview). American Film XI/1, Oct 85; p.32-38. illus.
Discusses the origins and development of the new cinema of the 1970's and 1980's in India. Director Satyajit Ray discusses "Ghare baire".

Dasgupta, Shamita Das.
"Feminist Consciousness in Woman-Centered Hindi Films." Journal of Popular Culture, vol. 30 no. 1. 1996 Summer. pp: 173-89.

Dasqupta, Chidananda
"New directors in Indian cinema." Film Quarterly XXXIV/1, Fall 1980; p.33-42. Illustration(s).
The struggle between creative and commercial cinema in India. The growth ofgenre, auteur and regional films is discussed.

Dasqupta, Chidananda & Hoberman,J.
"Pols of India." Film Comment XXIII/3, May-June 87; p.20-24.
Examines the phenomenon of how stardom in the cinema leads to the winning of political office in India.

Dasqupta, Chidananda.
"Form and Content." Indian Horizons [India] 1995 44(1): 103-116.
"Since independence, India's new cinema, with its focus on neorealism and socialist realism, has protested against the dead form and content of the popular cinema; however, with dwindling government support in the 1990's, budget constraints have imposed minimalist strictures on the new cinema such as one-set, one-location films with few characters in contrast to the popular, commercial cinema whose resource base continues to expand." [from ABC-CLIO Historical Abstracts]

Dasqupta, Chidananda.
"A Search and a Finding: From Pather Panchal: To Charulata." Panjab University Research Bulletin

Dasgupta, Satarupa
"The New Edge of Indian Cinema: An Analysis of the Treatments of Gender, Sexuality, and Matrimony in the New Indian Cinema in English." Asian Cinema, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 138-54, Spring 2006

D'Cruz, Glenn.
"Anglo-Indians in Hollywood, Bollywood and Arthouse Cinema." Journal of Intercultural Studies, Feb2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p55-68, 14p
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Delorme, Stephane
"Indian songs." Cahiers du Cinema no. 588 (March 2004) p. 76-80
"The writer discusses Bollywood cinema on the occasion of "Vous avez dit Bollywood!" an exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris through April 19, 2004. The first part of this retrospective confirms to what extent Indian cinema is a singing cinema: It is not really like musical comedy, as melodrama takes the place of comedy and in place of music there are sublime songs. The writer examines various aspects of Bollywood cinema in detail, including the role of dancing, which serves almost always serves as a background to the main action; songs as the raison d'etre of Indian cinema; and the tendency of the melodrama toward tragedy." [Art Index]

Desai, Jigna.
"Bombay Boys and Girls: The Gender and Sexual Politics of Transnationality in the New Indian Cinema in English." South Asian Popular Culture, Apr2003, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p45-61, 17p
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Devadas, Vijay
"Rethinking Transnational Cinema: The Case of Tamil Cinema." Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema, vol. 41, pp. (no pagination), Fall 2006

Dhondy, Farrukh.
"Keeping Faith: Indian Film and Its World." Daedalus 1985 114(4): 125-140.
"Reflection on the imaginative and political dimensions of Indian films leads to the conclusion that the films, and especially the lyrics of the movies' songs, are the quintessential expressions of Indian culture in the 20th century." [Historical Abstracts]

Dickey, Sara.
"Accommodation and Resistance: Expression of Working-Class Values through Tamil Cinema." Wide Angle, vol. 11 no. 3. 1989 July. pp: 26-32.

Dickey, Sara.
"The Politics of Adulation: Cinema and the Production of Politicians in South India." Journal of Asian Studies 1993 52(2): 340-372.
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"The melodramatic nature of popular cinema in South India has proven to be an effective political vehicle in the state of Tamil Nadu. In particular, the last five chief ministers have had film connections. By focusing on M. G. Ramachandran, Tamil Nadu's chief minister from 1977 to 1987, this article shows that the dominant political idiom in India, "personality politics," is well served by the cinema. In a country where film is one of the few forms of mass media available to all levels of society, film-related politicians were able to mold a positive image of themselves, an image that emphasized altruism, bravery, and charity. The large and active fan clubs were called upon to serve as political cadres as well as providing valuable patronage networks for these cinematic politicians." [from ABC-CLIO Historical Abstracts]

Dissanayake, Wimal.
"Globalization and Cultural Narcissism: Note on Bollywood Cinema." Asian Cinema, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 143-50, Spring 2004.

Dissanayake, Wimal.
"Questions of Female Subjectivity and Patriarchy: A Reading of Three Indian Women Film Directors." East-West Film Journal, vol. 3 no. 2. 1989 June. pp: 74-90.

Dudrah, Rajinder; Rai, Amit.
"The haptic codes of Bollywood cinema in New York City." New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, 2005, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p143-158, 16p;
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Elias, Rich
"On Bollywood: An Interview with Abhijat Joshi." Film Journal, vol. 1, no. 9, pp. [no pagination], Summer 2004.

Elley, Derek
"Rays of hope. Alternative Indian cinema.". Films & Filming XIX/8, May 1973; p.24-28.
The emergence in India of a new style of filmmaking with a social awarenessnot apparent in the industry as a whole.

Falcon, Richard
"The adjuster." Sight & Sound V/12, Dec 1995; p.63. Illustration(s).
On the concern at the BBFC on the levels of explicit violence in many Hindifilms.

Featherstone, Simon.
"Passages to India." Critical Survey, vol. 3 no. 3. 1991. pp: 290-96.

Gairola, Rahul.
"Burning with Shame: Desire and South Asian Patriarchy, from Gayatri Spivak's 'Can the SubalternSpeak?' to Deepa Mehta's Fire." Comparative Literature. 54(4):307-24. 2002 Fall

Ganguly, Keya.
"Carnal Knowledge: Visuality and the Modern in 'Charulata'." Camera Obscura, vol. 37. 1996 Jan. pp: 157-86.
"The writer discusses the concept of modernity in Charulata (1964), a film directed by Satyajit Ray. She argues that, in the film, Ray's use of literary and historical images of Bengali modernity, especially concerning women, creates a wholesale reinscription of the past into the contemporary context of global cinema. Pointing out that Ray's appropriation into the canons of global cinema does not necessarily arise from cultural translatability and representational transparency, she notes that intelligibility may be based on universal expectations of knowledge created by a narrative's formal protocols. She goes on to elaborate on the status of allegory and its relationship to visuality, modernity's dominant sensory equipment. She concludes that Ray's use of the representational forms and techniques of cinema is of signal importance in restaging a historical problematic--the cinematic translation of Bengali modernity--and a current interest in visuality as a means of self-knowledge." [Art Index]

Garga, B.D.
"Turbulent Years. The Indian Documentary." Cinema in India II/2, Apr-June 88; p.32-36.
Recalls the Indian documentary scene of the 1970's, notable both for the volume of work produced and the extent of censorship.

Garga, B.D.
"Is Anyone Watching?"Cinema in India II/3, July-Sept 88; p.26-30.
Concluding part in a series of Indian documentaries of the 1980's; focuses on those examples which use the genre for social protest.

Gargan, Edward A.
"In 'Bollywood,' women are wronged or revered." (assembly-line movie industry of Bombay, India, propagates destructive cultural stereotypes of Indian women) New York Times v142, sec2 (Sun, Jan 17, 1993):H11(N), H11(L), col 1, 34 col in.

Garwood, Ian.
"The Songless Bollywood Film." South Asian Popular Culture, Oct2006, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p169-183, 15p
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Gateward, Frances (ed. and introd.); Desser, David (ed. and introd.)
"Indian Cinema and Film Studies" Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 3-104, Summer 2006

Gayatri, Gopinath.
"Queering Bollywood: Alternative Sexualities in Popular Indian Cinema." Journal of Homosexuality. Oct 31, 2000. Vol. 39, Iss. 3/4; p. 283

Geetha, J.
"Bollywood ending." Sight & Sound v. ns13 no. 6 (June 2003) p. 30-2
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"A discussion of the impact of globalization on Indian cinema. 2002's pan-European celebration of South Asian cultures focused on a limited range of ideas drawn from a particular kind of Indian cinema. The Bollywoodization of Indian culture in England made its presence felt everywhere in music, dance, and fashion. However, while the British Film Institute compiled lists of South Asian movies, experts in India could hardly present ten notable films from 2002. Just as Bollywood was being celebrated in the west, the film industry in India was reeling from numerous flops, reporting losses of almost Rs 300 crore (L 40 million), with only a handful of the year's 130-odd films making a profit. Along with the crisis in Bollywood, the art-film sector is also turning away from its relevance to ordinary people and becoming disappointingly formulaic. The solution for many young artists may be DV; for those in the industry it could be crossover films that disregard the split between art and popular cinema." [Art Index]

Gehlawat, Ajay
"The Bollywood Song and Dance, or Making a Culinary Theatre from Dung-Cakes and Dust." Quarterly Review of Film and Video v. 23 no. 4 (2006) p. 331-40
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"The writer reexamines the relationship between the Bollywood film and the Hollywood musical of the 1930s to the 1950s. The fact that contemporary Bollywood cinema is wedded to a prelocalized West" and a prelocalized (and previous) era preempts the possibility of considering the negotiations of the song and dance in current Bollywood films as anything but imitations" and as reflective of India's greater backwardness." However, several spheres of meaning are simultaneously at play within the construction of Bollywood cinema. The writer outlines a brief history of the earlier, American musical form, defining its (proto)typical characteristics and simultaneously aiming to distinguish the contemporary Bollywood song and dance number from its outdated partner"/parent." He shows how the Bollywood song and dance reconfigures (hybridizes and problematizes) this (older/Western) form, basing his discussion on a combination of fields and approaches, including the filmic, theatrical, ethnographic, and postcolonial." [Art Index]

George, Jose.
"American Cultural Representation in Popular Malayalam Film Narratives." Indian Journal of American Studies, vol. 25 no. 2. 1995 Summer. pp: 43-46.

Gopalan, Lalitha.
"Avenging Women in Indian Cinema." Screen, vol. 38 no. 1. 1997 Spring. pp: 42-59.

Gopinath, Gayatri
"Bollywood Spectacles: Queer Diasporic Critique in the Aftermath of 9/11." Social Text, vol. 23, no. 3-4, pp. 157-169, fall-winter 2005
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"Chronicles the mushrooming popularity of "Bollywood" cinema (Hindu-language films from Bombaby, India) among non-South Asian audiences in the West at the same time -- post 9/11 -- as suspicions & negative images/treatment of South Asians, Arabs, & Muslims have been increasing. A "queer diasporic" frame of analysis, in line with Roderick A. Ferguson's (2004) framing of a "queer of color critique," is utilized to explain this seeming contradiction. Ways that such an analysis illuminates the "intimate connections" between disparate diasporic & national locations as they converge in the production of "home space" for Indians in the US are demonstrated. It is also shown how the consumption of Bollywood films works to contain the "racial/religious/cultural other" via a strategy that is "clearly gendered & heterosexualized," depicting South Asian female bodies as "hypervisible" & "infinitely available to a heterosexual white Western gaze." The translation & transformation of Bollywood for Western audiences is demonstrated via analyses of the works of several new Indian diasporic feminist filmmakers." [Sociological Abstracts]

Gopinath, Gayatri.
"Queering Bollywood: Alternative Sexualities in Popular Indian Cinema." (Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):283.
Author Abstract: "In this essay, I demonstrate through numerous examples taken from four identifiable Hindi film subgenres queer themes which, though nontransgressive in their native Indian context, acquire subversive value and serve as queer points of identification when viewed from a non-ationalist bias. Watching particular films with this "queer diasporic viewing practive," sex/gender play which is normative (yet still coded) in the land of the films' production can be reclaimed as queer through the differently subjective lens of transnational spectatorship, a lens removed from patriarchy, sexism, and homophobia. This particularly becomes apparent in the Bollywood dance sequence--the frequent site of Hindi sex/gender play--whose coded queer desires are much easier to de-code (or re-code) when in the diaspora." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website:] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Greenbaum, R.
"The Great Film Bazaar of India." (Article).Films in Review XXXII/8, Oct 81; p.480-486. illus.
Outlines the development of the Indian motion picture industry.

Gupta, Chidananda Das.
"Seeing and Believing, Science and Mythology: Notes on the 'Mythological' Genre." Film Quarterly, vol. 42 no. 4. 1989 Summer. pp: 12-18.

Gupta, Udayan.
"New Visions in Indian Cinema: Interviews with Mrinal Sen, Girish Karnad, and Ketan Mehta."Cineaste, vol. 11 no. 4. 1982. pp: 18-24.

Haggard, Stephen.
"Mass Media And The Visual Arts In Twentieth-Century South Asia: Indian Film Posters 1947-Present." South Asia Research [Great Britain] 1988 8(1): 71-88.
" The evolution of Indian film posters between 1947 and 1987, from images portraying an individual's place in social institutions such as the family to ones showing active persons in charge of their own destiny in the modern world, reflected wider changes in Indian society." [Historical Abstracts]

Hariharan, K.
"Portent of Things to Come?" (Review). Cinema in India II/2, Apr-June 88; p.40-42.

Hariharan, K.
"The Face of Feeling: What Makes a Balu Mahendra Film?" (Article+Interview).Cinema in India II/3, July-Sept 88; p.12-18. Appraisal of films by Indian director Balu Mahendra, noting parallels with the concerns of western filmmakers such as Eric Rohmer; plus B.M.'s comments on his working methods and the inspiration for "Veedu".

Hirji, Faiza.
"Change of pace? Islam and tradition in popular Indian cinema." South Asian Popular Culture, Apr2008, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p57-69, 13p

Hu, Brian.
"Bollywood Dreaming: Kal Ho Naa Ho and the Diasporic Spectator." Post Script, Summer2006, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p93-104, 12p
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The article presents information on the state of Bollywood cinema. The accumulation by Bollywood cinema of fans is reported and the size of the diasporic market is described. Information on the representation of Indian identity in Bollywood motion pictures is presented. The author also discusses non-resident Indian films.

Indraganti, Kiranmayi
"The Female Wonder of Indian Cinema-A Velcro between Music and Images." Cinemaya: The Asian Film Quarterly, vol. 65, pp. 34-37, Spring 2005

Jaikumar, Priya
"Bollywood Spectaculars." World Literature Today Magazine, vol. 3, no. 3-4, pp. 24-29, Fall 2003.
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Jha, Priya.
"Lyrical nationalism: Gender, friendship, and excess in 1970s Hindi cinema." Velvet Light Trap. Spring 2003. Iss. 51; pg. 43, 11 pgs
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Johnson, E.H.
"The invisible cinema."Sight & Sound LVII/4, Autumn 1988; p.274-276.
The history of the exhibition of Indian cinema in Britain, and itsreplacement by a thriving video market.

Kabir, N.M.
"Playback time: a brief history of Bollywood "film songs"." Film Comment v. 38 no. 3 (May/June 2002) p. 41-3
"Part of a special section on the Indian film industry. Almost without exception, Bollywood films contain songs and dances. Since the first Indian talkie, Alam Ara, in 1931, song sequences have been the emotional apex of many Bollywood releases. Although there is little doubt that Hindi film storylines repeat themselves endlessly, Indian audiences will reject unoriginal film music. Tired old stories can be brought back to life by good-looking stars and six or eight great songs, however. Some people mistakenly believe that all Bollywood movies are musicals, as defined by Hollywood. In the West, the musical developed into a separate genre. In contrast, Indian popular cinema is all one and is an energetic combination of many genres that alternate within a single film. Songs and dances are woven as indispensable expressive elements into this intricate cocktail of moods and subplots." [Art Index]

Kao, Kai-Ti; Do Rozario, Rebecca-Anne.
"Imagined spaces: The implications of song and dance for Bollywood's diasporic communities." Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, Sep2008, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p313-326, 14p
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Karp, Jonathan.
"Bollywood Blues." (dubbed American films threaten Bombay's film industry) Far Eastern Economic Review v157, n51 (Dec 22, 1994):50 (2 pages).
US films are finally challenging the Indian movie industry thanks to recent changes in Indian laws. Most in the business consider dubbing critical to the success of imported movies, and it helped 'Jurassic Park' and 'Speed' make millions. Disney's 'Aladdin' will soon appear in four Indian languages and a multimillion-dollar ad and merchandising campaign, signaling more trouble for the cash-poor Indian film industry. Modi Enterprises plans to revamp theaters and pursue new distribution strategies as well.

Kaur, Ravinder.
"Viewing the West throught Bollywood: A celluloid occident in the making." Contemporary South Asia. Jul 2002. Vol. 11, Iss. 2; p. 199 UC users only

Kavi, Ashok Row.
"The Changing Image of the Hero in Hindi Films."(Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):307.
Author Abstract: "Beneath the surface of the Bollywood cinema is a percolating gay culture trying to break free, waiting for the moment to emerge from subtext into text. For now, in what we might now call a period of transition, the Bollywood hero has been (particularly in the past three decades) the focus of increased homoeroticization, with his body becoming a spectacle at every turn. Unfortunately, what has facilitated this is a veiled (and sometimes not-so-veiled) form of misogyny, in which the heroine's role is minimized such that, rather than another filmic character falling in love with the hero, the audience itself is invited to see the macho (and perhaps narcissistic) hero as unattached and therefore available for homoerotic desire." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Kaye, Lincoln.
"Flickering fortunes; cash flows into India's huge, faltering film industry." Far Eastern Economic Review v141, n35 (Sept 1, 1988):51.

Kinikar, Shashikant
"Marathi Cinema Lacks Marathiness." Cinema in India II/3, July-Sept 88; p.55-56. illus.
Criticizes the unimaginative state of contemporary Marathi cinema.

Kipnis, Laura.
"'The Phantom Twitchings of an Amputated Limb': Sexual Spectacle in the Post-Colonial Epic."Wide Angle, vol. 11 no. 4. 1989 Oct. pp: 42-51.
Focuses on the presentation of female sexuality as dangerous and hysterical in two recent films on British colonialism: "Out of Africa" and "A passage to India".

Korchagov, Yuri.
"Indian Films in the USSR." Soviet Literature, vol. 8 (473). 1987. pp: 190-192.

Kripalani, Coonoor
"Coming of Age: Bollywood Productions of the Nineties." Asian Cinema, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 29-48, Spring 2001.

Kripalani, Coonoor.
"Trendsetting and product placement in Bollywood film: Consumerism through consumption." New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, 2006, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p197-215, 19p
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Kripalani, Manjeet.
"Bloodshed and terror in Bollywood - a true story." (corruption in India's movie industry) Business Week, n3543 (Sept 8, 1997):50 (2 pages).
India's movie industry is one of the most prolific in the world but is rife with corruption. The biggest problems are relations with loan sharks and mobsters, who have financed about 60% of the industry's productions. Video piracy also plagues India's movie industry.

Larkin, Brian.
"Indian Films and Nigerian Lovers: Media and the Creation of Parallel Modernities." Africa: Journal of the International African Institute/Revue de l'Institut Africain International, vol. 67 no. 3. 1997. pp: 406-40.

Levich, Jacob
"Stars over Bombay." Film Comment XXXI/5, Sept-Oct 1995; p.30-32,34. Illustration(s), Filmography.
Profiles the commercial film industry in Bombay (known as Bollywood),describing recent films such as "Khuda gawah".

Lesage, Julia
"Feminist Documentary in India." (Interview).Jump Cut /31, Mar 86; p.40-42. illus.
Indian filmmaker Deepa Dhanraj describes her work making feminist documentaries.

Levich, Jacob
"Freedom songs: rediscovering Bollywood's golden age." Film Comment Vol.XXXVIII nr.3 (May-June 2002); p.48-51
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"Part of a special section on the Indian film industry. A number of key historical titles from Bollywood's consensual golden age, roughly the 1950s, have become available on DVD. To experience Hindi cinema at its zenith, it is no longer necessary to extrapolate from shoddy pirated videos that are indifferently subtitled and brutally cropped. Such films as Mehboob Khan's 1957 epic Mother India, V. Shantaram's eerily beautiful 1955 film The Anklet's Jingle, and Guru Dutt's near sublime 1959 work Paper Flowers can now be seen in a reasonable approximation of their original state. This allows audiences to see these films as landmarks of commercial world cinema, comparable with the most enduring movies of Hollywood. Currently available titles from this era reveal a cinema of amazing depth, variety, and maturity." [Art Index]

Loomba, Ania.
"Overworlding the 'Third World'." The Oxford Literary Review, vol. 13 no. 1-2. 1991. pp: 164-91.

Maitra, Romain.
"The first Indian studios." (motion pictures) UNESCO Courier (July-August, 1995):32 (2 pages).
The first Indian motion pictures were produced in and around the port cities of Calcutta, Bombay and Madras. Film studios which had a tremendous impact on Indian cinema in the 1930s include New Theaters Ltd., Bombay Talkies and Prabhat Studio.

Marcus, Scott.
"Recycling Indian Film-Songs: Popular Music as a Source for North Indian Folk Musicians." Asian Music: Journal of the Society for Asian Music, vol. 24 no. 1. 1992 Fall-Winter. pp: 101-10.

Massey, Reginald.
"From Bharata to the Cinema: A Study in Unity and Continuity." ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, vol. 23 no. 1. 1992 Jan. pp: 59-71.

Masud, Iqbal.
"The Eighties: When Screen Meanies Grow Meaner..." Cinema in India II/3, July-Sept 88; p.19-25. illus.
Despairs of the formulaic nature of Indian action films in the 1980's; focuses on four examples: "Aakhri raasta", "Shahenshah", "Nayakan", "Kabzaa".

Masud, Iqbal
"The Great Four of the Golden Fifties." Indian Horizons [India] 1995 44(1): 29-41.
"The four great directors of Indian cinema in the 1950's (Mehboob, Bimal Roy, Guru Dutt, and Raj Kapoor) shared a number of common traits in their work, especially a type of humanism that was fueled by India's inequalities and poverty, an awareness of India's past and present cultures both "high" and "popular," a skill in communicating outrage, and a call for change." [ABC-CLIO from Historical Abstracts]

Melodrama (Special Issue).
East-West Film Journal V/1, Jan 91; p.1-143. bibliogr.
International appraisals of the film melodrama and its level of critical acceptance. Countries covered: China, Japan, India, Indonesia, Australia, Korea and the U.S.A.

Merchant, Ismail.
"Kitschy as ever, Bollywood is branching out." New York Times v148, sec2 (sun, Nov 22, 1998):AR15(L), col 1, 43 col in.

Mishra, Vijay.
"Towards a theoretical critique of Bombay cinema." Screen XXVI/3-4, May-Aug 1985; p.133-146. Illustration(s).
A theoretical critique of Bombay cinema.

Mishra, Vijay.
"The Diasporic Imaginary: Theorizing the Indian Diaspora." Textual Practice, vol. 10 no. 2. 1996 Summer. pp: 421-47.

Mitra, Asok
"Rare Sensibility." (Review).Cinema in India II/2, Apr-June 88; p.42-43.

Mohamed. Khalid
"Close-up on Indian cinema." UNESCO Courier Feb 1989 p12(4)

Mohan, G.
"Telugu Cinema: the Slump Continues." Cinema in India II/2, Apr-June 88; p.49-50. illus.
Notes on the declining state of the Telugu film industry.

Mohan, G.
"Hyderabad, Here We Come!" (Article).Cinema in India II/3, July-Sept 88; p.54-55.
General report on the situation of Telegu cinema.

Mooij, Thessa
"The New Bollywood: No Heroines, No Villains." Cineaste v. 31 no. 3 (Summer 2006) p. 30-5
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"A new generation of Bollywood filmmakers is pushing the boundaries of the genre. Many of these debut directors are film-school graduates who are moving away from the traditional song-and-dance masala formula and making films that tackle social and political issues. Once-taboo themes like AIDS and disability are part of a progressive strain that is changing how Bollywood sees itself locally and abroad. A number of recent films by younger Indian directors are discussed here, including Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black, Onir's My Brother...Nikhil, and Homi Adajania's Being Cyrus." [Art Index]

Moorti, Sujata
"Desperately Seeking an Identity: Diasporic Cinema and the Articulation of Transnational Kinship." International Journal of Cultural Studies, Sep 2003; vol. 6: pp. 355 - 376.
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Morcom, Anna
"An Understanding between Bollywood and Hollywood? The Meaning of Hollywood-Style Music in Hindi FilmsAn Understanding between Bollywood and Hollywood? The Meaning of Hollywood-Style Music in Hindi Films." British Journal of Ethnomusicology, Vol. 10, No. 1, Music and Meaning (2001), pp. 63-84
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Morton, Victor
"Bully for Bollywood! The film industry in Bombay--nicknamed `Bollywood'--is bigger and busier than its counterpart in Los Angeles, but Americans are only just discovering Indian cinema." (Film). (Brief Article)(Critical Essay) Insight on the News June 24, 2002 v18 i23 p28(2)
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Moshavi, Sharon.
"'Bollywood'' breaks into the big time: Bombay." (Indian film industry)(Global Hot Spots) Business Week, n3443 (Sept 25, 1995):122 (2 pages).
The motion picture industry in Bombay, India, is being revamped, and producers are using new technologies and concentrating on new methods of distribution. A new blockbuster film, 'Who Am I to You?' and other topics are discussed.

Mukherjee, Tutun
"Formation Stereotype: The Disabled as the 'Other' in Hindi Films." Asian Cinema, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 170-76, April 2007

Mullick, Swapan
"Location India." Cinema in India II/3, July-Sept 88; p.32-37. illus.
Report on the renewed interest by foreign crews in filming in India, comparing the various approaches taken. Lists ten official guidelines for such location work.

Nair, Mira.
"Guilty pleasures: Mira Nair." Film Comment v. 38 no. 3 (May/June 2002) p. 44
Part of a special section on the Indian film industry. In conversation, Mira Nair, director of Moonson Wedding, discusses her favorite Bollywood films that are not necessarily critically regarded, including Abhimaan, and Pyaasa.

Nair, Mira.
"India Cabaret: Reflections and Reactions." Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture, vol. 8. 1986-1987 Fall-Winter. pp: 58-71.

Nair, P.K.
"In the age of silence - beginnings of cinema in India." Screening the Past

Nayar, Sheila J.
"Dis-Orientalizing Bollywood." New Review Of Film & Television Studies, May2005, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p59-74, 16p
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Nayar, Sheila J.
"Dreams, Dharma, and "Mrs. Doubtfire": Exploring Hindi Popular Cinema via Its "Chutneyed" Western Scripts." Journal of Popular Film and Television v. 31 no. 2 (Summer 2003) p. 73-82
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"The author introduces the popular films of Bombay--or of Bollywood, as it is familiarly known--via that industry's odd but practical proclivity for reworking Western film scripts. The article assesses several recent Hindi film socials (i.e., romance and family dramas) adapted from Western storylines to highlight the differing expectations and values at work and at play within the Hindi film (particularly as regards family and gender roles), and to illustrate the culturally unique and obligatory incorporation of dharma, or sacred duty. Reprinted by permission of the publisher." [Art Index]

Nayar, Sheila J.
"Invisible Representation: The Oral Contours of a National Popular Cinema." Film Quarterly v. 57 no. 3 (Spring 2004) p. 13-23
"The formula for India's popular cinema, known as "Bollywood," has been fundamentally contoured by the psychodynamics of orality--that is, by the thought processes and personality structures that distinguish a nonwriterly mind-set and its narrative creations. The writer discusses various Bollywood hits from the last 50 years that illustrate this argument." [Art Index]

Nayar, Sheila J.
"The Values of Fantasy: Indian Popular Cinema through Western Scripts." Journal of Popular Culture, vol. 31 no. 1. 1997 Summer. pp: 73-90. UC users only

Niyogi De, Esha
"Modern Shakespeare in popular Bombay cinema: translation, subjectivity and community." Screen Vol XLIII nr 1 (Spring 2002); p 19-40.
Two Indian adaptations of 'Hamlet': "Khoon ka khoon" (1935) and Kishore Sahu's "Hamlet" (1955) are considered for their illustration of a colonial and post-colonial translation of an imperious 'master text'.

Pendakur, M.
"Dynamics of Cultural Policy Making: the U.S. Film Industry in India." Journal of Communication XXXV/4,; p.52-72. bibliogr., S
On the activities of the US film industry cartel in India.

"The Perfect Marketing? Cinema in India II/3, July-Sept 88; p.51.
Note on the marketing decisions arrived at for "The perfect murder", incl. the problem of which language to use for the Indian audience.

Pratap, Anita.
"Romance and a Little Rape: The Formula for a Successful Indian Film Raises an Outcry." (cinema in India) Time v136, n7 (August 13, 1990):69.

Pendakur, Manjunath.
"New cultural technologies and the fading glitter of Indian cinema." (Indian Cinema) Quarterly Review of Film and Video v11, n3 (Oct, 1989):69 (19 pages)

Power, Carla; Mazumdar, Sudip, et al.
"Bollywood Goes Global: America isn't the only country that knows how to spin and export fantasies. India's pop culture is huge." Newsweek International Feb 28, 2000 p52 (2417 words)
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Pratap, Anita.
"Romance and a little rape: the formula for a successful Indian film raises an outcry." (cinema in India) Time v136, n7 (August 13, 1990):69 (1 page)
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Punathambekar, A.
"Bollywood in the Indian-American diaspora: Mediating a transitive logic of cultural citizenship." International Journal of Cultural Studies, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 151-173, 2005
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"This article brings together ethnographic detail and a thematic reading of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (K3G) to examine the mediation of consensus regarding "Indianness" in the diaspora. The author argues that K3G's emotional resonance with viewers in the diaspora is attributable in part to the departure that its narrative marks from Hindi cinema's earlier efforts to recognize and represent expatriate Indians. In positioning and drawing the diaspora into the fold of a "great Indian family," K3G articulates everyday struggles over being Indian in the United States to a larger project of cultural citizenship that has emerged in relation to India's tentative entry into a transnational economy and the centrality of the nonresident Indian figure to India's navigation of this space. The author argues that this process of mediation follows a transitive logic involving K3G's representational strategies, first-generation Indian immigrants' emotional investment in the idea of India, and the Indian nation-state's attempts to forge symbolic and material ties with the expatriate community." [Communication Abstracts]

Raha, Kironmoy.
"Bengali Cinema." Indian Horizons [India] 1982 31(4): 21-29.
Summarizes the emergence of India's film industry in the 1930's with particular emphasis on Bengali cinema. From such initial works as Devdas and Mukti, Bengali creative leadership was established and then built upon through the brilliance of Satyajit Ray and his Apu trilogy. A series of quality film directors followed including Ritwik Ghatak, Mrinal Sen and Rajen Tarafdar. The 1970's were, however, marked by the decline of quality Bengali films and their replacement in Bengal by Hindi films of lower quality." [from ABC-CLIO Historical Abstracts]

Rai, Amit.
"An American Raj in Filmistan: Images of Elvis in Indian Films." Screen, vol. 35 no. 1. 1994 Spring. pp: 51-77.

Raina, Raghunath.
"'Film India' in the United States." Indian & Foreign Review, vol. 18 no. 20. 1981 Aug. 1-14. pp: 17-18.

Rai, Amit
"An American Raj in Filmistan: images of Elvis in Indian films." (Article).Screen XXXV/1, Spring 1994; p.51-77.

Raj, Rao, R.
"Memories Pierce the Heart: Homoeroticism, Bollywood-Style." Journal of Homosexuality. Oct 31, 2000. Vol. 39, Iss. 3/4; p. 299

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish.
"The 'Bollywoodization' of the Indian cinema: cultural nationalism in a global arena." Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Volume 4, Number 1 / April 2003
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Rajadhyaksha, Ashish
"The First Breath." (Review+Interview). Cinema in India II/2, Apr-June 88; p.38-40. illus., cred.
Director K.S. comments on the links between his film "Om dar-b-dar" and ancient Indian legend.

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish.
"Strange Attractions." Sight and Sound, vol. 6 no. 8. 1996 Aug. pp: 28-31
On the continuing failure of Hollywood movies in India; looks at the ways in which Hindi cinema is changing and at its relationship to Indian politics.

Rajakrishnan, V.
"Is There an Indian Political Cinema?" (Book extract).Cinema in India II/4, Oct-Dec 88; p.32-37. illus.
From 'Kazchaynte asanthi', a collection of essays on the sociology of cinema.

Ram, Anjali.
"Framing the Feminine: Diasporic Readings of Gender in Popular Indian Cinema." Women's Studies in Communication. 25(1):25-52. 2002 Spring

Ramachandran, Naman; Kajendra, Raj
"Going south."Sight & Sound Vol.XII nr.5 (May 2002)
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"A close look at the names behind some of the Hindi films that have been successful at the U. K. box office in recent years reveals a deep well of talent from beyond Bombay, the city that has become synonymous with Hindi film. South India has its own film industry, which has been hidden from Western eyes by the glamour and hoopla of Bollywood. Made up of four states containing almost half of India's billion-strong population, South India produces about three times the number of films made in the "Bollywood" studios of Bombay. When the small but important group of films made by neighbor Sri Lanka is added to this, there is an industry to rival Hollywood in size." [Art Index]

Rangoonwala, Firoze.
"Fifty Years of Indian Talkie." Indian & Foreign Review, vol. 18 no. 16. 1981 June 1-14. pp: 19-21.

Rao, Maithili
"Looking beyond Bollywood, Maithili Rao Surveys Current Indian Cinema in the Age of Hindi Nationalism." Film Comment v. 39 no. 1 (January/February 2003) p. 12-13
"Bollywood swamps India's movie industry, but it is not the country's only film genre. Numerous subnational cinemas in such cities as Madras, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Calcutta boast their own stars orbiting their own ethnocentric audiences. Moreover, throughout India there is the so-called parallel cinema, born in the 1970s, inspired by Satyajit Ray, and kept alive by auteurs who translate their personal concerns into films that are proud of their local roots and ideology. It is parallel cinema, which is still genuinely regional in the best sense of the word, that investigates the concerns of India's profoundly divided society. The writer discusses several examples of modern Indian cinema." [Art Index]

Rao, Maithili
"Victims in Vigilante Clothing?" Cinema in India II/4, Oct-Dec 88; p.24-26. illus.
Denies that the recent Indian trend for depicting warrior-like rape victims represents a triumph for women.

Rao, R. Raj.
"Memories Pierce the Heart: Homoeroticism, Bollywood-Style."(Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):299.
Author Abstract: "In this essay, I enjoy using Amitabh Bachchan, perennial idol of the Bollywood screen, as a point of departure for ruminations on the construction of male friendship and male love within both Indian cinema and its primarily male audience (which, in a sense, represents in turn Hindi culture at large). Using translations of songs from Amitabh's films interlaced with my own personal experiences, we see how homosexuality thrives in covert yet recognized places in Indian culture, and how subtler forms of homosexuality are actually engendered under the auspices of normative patriarchal culture. Songs were translated by the author in collaboration with Jia Das." [Author abstract]

Rao, Shakuntala.
"The Globalization of Bollywood: An Ethnography of Non-Elite Audiences in India." Communication Review, 2007, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p57-76, 20p

Ray, Satyajit
"Under Western eyes." Sight & Sound LI/4, Autumn 1982; p.269-274.
On British views of Eastern, particularly Indian, cinema.

Riti, M.D.
"Sex - and Other Trends." Cinema in India II/4, Oct-Dec 88; p.54-55. illus.
Notes a growth in the number of Kannada films dealing with sexual themes.

Rajan, Gita.
"Constructing-Contesting Masculinities: Trends in South Asian Cinema." Signs. Summer 2006. Vol. 31, Iss. 4; p. 1099

Rajgopal, Shoba S.
"The politics of location: ethnic identity and cultural conflict in the cinema of the South Asian diaspora." Journal of Communication Inquiry 27.1 (Jan 2003): 49-66.
"British Asian filmmaker Gurinder Chadha is the first Asian woman to have made inroads into the mainstreams public sphere of the West with her films. The representation of female subaltern identity in Chadha's films is examined using the lens of cultural studies and postcolonial theory." [Expanded Academic Index]

Robinson, Andrew
"The new Indian cinema." Films & Filming /338, Nov 1982; p.16-18. Illustration(s).
Part one of a report on the new Indian cinema and its struggle for survival beside the commercial cinema based in Bombay and Madras.

Robinson, Andrew
"The new Indian cin';lk;lka." Films & Filming 339, Dec 1982; p.14-18. Illustration(s). Second part of a survey of the New Indian Cinema, which looks at some of the films in closer detail.

Rosen, M.
"Festivals." (Festival Report). Cineaste XVII/3, 1990; p.26-27,55.
On the 1988 Amiens festival and its emphasis on programming films that explore issues of differences, incl., in 1988, films from Karala, India and European films featuring immigrant minority actors (and characters).

Roy, L. Somi.
"Film and Theater in India: A Sketch." Asian Art & Culture, vol. 7 no. 2. 1994 Spring-Summer. pp: 18-21.

Rushdie, Salman
"Outside the Whale."American Film X/4, Jan-Feb 85; p.16,70,72-73.
Critique of the nostalgia for British colonial rule of India and for ethnic stereotypes exhibited in some recent films, incl. "A Passage to India" and the tv serial 'The Far Pavilions'.

Sahai, Malti.
"Raj Kapoor and the Indianization of Charlie Chaplin." East-West Film Journal, vol. 2 no. 1. 1987 Dec. pp: 62-76.

Saidullah, Jawahara K.
"Shakti: The Power of the Mother: The Violent Nurturer in Indian Mythology and Commercial Cinema. Canadian Woman Studies/Les Cahiers de la Femme, vol. 13 no. 1. 1992 Fall. pp: 37-41.

Sarkar, Bhaskar
"The Melodramas Of Globalization." Cultural Dynamics; Mar2008, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p31-51, 21p

Dasgupta, Satarupa.
"The New Edge of Indian Cinema: An Analysis of the Treatments of Gender, Sexuality, and Matrimony in the New Indian Cinema in English." Asian Cinema, Spring/Summer2006, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p138-154, 18p

Sen, Meheli
"Obscure Objects/Defiant Subjects: Anglo-Indian Women in Hindi Cinema." South Asian Review, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 182-203, 287, November 2006

Sengupta, Somini
"Indian patriotism gets a Bollywood makeover." (India's film industry's recent patriotic movies) The New York Times Jan 27, 2002 p3(N) p3(L) col 1 (25 col in)

Sequeira, Isaac (introd.)
"In-Depth Section: India." Journal of Popular Culture, vol. 20 no. 2. 1986 Fall. pp: 123-192.

Shaha, Amit.
"A Dweller in Two Lands: Mira Niar, Filmmaker." Cineaste, vol. 40 no. 3. 1987. pp: 22-23.

Shahani, Kumar
"Modes of Representation." Cinema in India II/2, Apr-June 88; p.28-31. illus.
Reveals how cultural differences affect the nature of documentation, focusing on the example of India.

Shaha, Amit.
"A Dweller in Two Lands: Mira Niar, Filmmaker." Cineaste, vol. 40 no. 3. 1987. pp: 22-23.

Shankar, Shalina
"Reel to Real: Desi Teens' Linguistic Engagements with Bollywood." Pragmatics: Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association, vol. 14, no. 2-3, pp. 317-35, June 2004.

Shedde, Meenakshi
"Bollywood Cinema: Making Elephants Fly." Cineaste v. 31 no. 3 (Summer 2006) p. 24-9
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"An essay on Bollywood cinema. Characterized by a celebratory attitude toward life, despite all the knocks of destiny, Bollywood films are escapist fantasies that cheerfully toss in several genres--romance, melodrama, comedy, spectacle, action, and adventure--with at least six exuberant dances, all topped off with a happy ending. Subjects discussed here include the origins of Bollywood, the Indians' adoration of their own cinema, the burgeoning interest in Bollywood internationally, the unique Indian art of song picturation, and the evolution of Bollywood over the past decades. The writer laments the tendency for current Bollywood directors to be largely stuck in a mire of treacly romantic garbage or Hollywood remakes, and expresses his hope for a future for Indian cinema less shackled to romantic fantasies." [Art Index]

Simons, Lewis M.
"Inside Bollywood!" (movie industry in Bombay, India) Smithsonian Jan 2001 p46 (3231 words)
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Singh, Bhawani.
"Celluloid Politics Of South India: The Persistence Of Myth-Reality Continuum." Political Science Review [India] 1984 23(3-4): 208-229.
"Studies film production in India, noting that Madras rather than Bombay is the film capital of India, exploring the political activism of film stars and the formation of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), an influential political party, examining the artistic and personal conflicts besetting the DMK and the breakaway All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam. Comments on the powerful connection of southern film stars with the masses, a connection often lacking in Hindi actors." [Historical Abstracts]

Sircar, Ajanta.
"Of 'metaphorical' politics: Bombay films and Indian society." (response to Akbar S. Ahmed, 'Bombay Films: The Cinema as a Metaphor for Indian Society and Politics,' Modern Asian Society, 26, 2 (1992) 389-320) Modern Asian Studies v29, n2 (May, 1995):325 (11 pages).
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"The history of the Indian cinema industry is glorious and has received honors even in the West. Like all other art forms, cinema too must be analyzed within cultural contexts. The analytical methods chosen by Akbar S. Ahmed in his article on Indian cinema have a number of flaws and is based on pre-drawn conclusions." [Expanded Academic Index]

Skillman, Teri.
"The Bombay Hindi Film Song Genre: A Historical Survey." Yearbook for Traditional Music, vol. 18. 1986. pp: 133-144.

Spaeth, Anthony.
"A film is not just a film in prolific 'Bollywood.'" (Indian motion picture industry; includes related article) (Global Report) Christian Science Monitor v86, n160 (Wed, July 13, 1994):10, col 1, 33 col in.

Srinivas, Lakshmi.
"Communicating globalization in Bombay cinema." Comparative American Studies, Sep2005, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p319-344, 26p

Srinivas, S. V.
"Stars and Mobilization in South India: What Have Films Got to Do with It?" Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 30-47, Summer 2006

Stein, Elliot
"Film India." Film Comment XVII/4, July-Aug 81; p.60-65. illus.
A report on the current state of Indian film and on a number of its most interesting films.

Stein, E.
"The Other India." 4 Film Comment XIX/3, May-June 83; p.28-32. illus.
Examines the work of lesser-known Indian directors.

Stein, E.
"A Voyage to India: Bangalore, Mon Amour." Film Comment XVI/3, May-June 80; p.61-71.
In diary form, the author relates his impressions of the Indian film industry - films and personalities - after a visit to the country.

Sundar, Pavitra.
"Meri Awaaz Suno: Women, Vocality, and Nation in Hindi Cinema." Meridians. 2008. Vol. 8, Iss. 1; p. 144 (36 pages)
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Supanick, Jim.
"Come, Fly Like a Winged Horse ...: Ritwik Ghatak's Ajantrik, or The Pathetic Fallacy." Cineaste vol. 23 no. 1. 1997. PAGES: 34-35.

Suraiya, Jug.
"Bollywood blues: India's film makers fight off a Hollywood invasion." Far Eastern Economic Review v159, n1 (Dec 28, 1995):100 (2 pages).
The remarkable success 'Jurassic Park' enjoyed in Indian theaters forced filmmakers in Bollywood, Bombay's movie industry, to reexamine what their audiences want. Since then few other Hollywood blockbusters have done well, in part because few rely so little on dialogue and character, where cultural differences raise a high barrier. Some Bollywood producers are competing head-on by using more special effects, others are stealing Hollywood movies outright, and some are turning to what critics laud as family values.

Thomas, R.
"Sanctity and Scandal. The Mythologization of Mother India." Quarterly Review of Film and Video XI/3, Oct 89; p.11-30. illus., bibliogr.
Explores the complexities of "Bharat mata" regarding its depiction of women and chastity, the dissimilar outlook of western and Indian audiences towards this, and the public fascination with the private life and family of the film's leading actress, Nargis.

Thomas, R.
"Indian cinema: pleasures and popularity." ScreenXXVI/3-4, May-Aug 1985; p.116-131. Illustration(s).
Discussion of Indian popular cinema.

Thussu, Daya Kishan
"Hollywood's Poorer Cousin: Indian Cinema in an Era of Globalization." Asian Cinema, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 17-26, Spring 2002

Tyrrell, Heather.
"Bollywood in Britain." (filming of Indian movies in the UK) Sight and Sound v8, n8 (August, 1998):20 (3 pages).
"Although the British mainstream treats Bollywood, Bombay's Hindi cinema, as something that belongs "over there," a parallel culture has grown up in Britain almost completely unreported. Screenings of Bollywood pictures sell out almost all the time, not only in London, Birmingham, and Bradford but also in Oxford, Ipswich, and Cambridge. Asian film entrepreneurs now find themselves the middlemen between British cinema chains on the one hand and Bombay film moguls on the other. Whatever the future holds, one thing is certain: Bollywood adds another area of creative potential to the British cinema scene." [Art Index]
Bollywood, a term used to refer to India's Hindi cinema, has begun to make its presence felt among British film audiences. These films, which have achieved both critical and financial success, deal with a variety of topics such as politics and romance, or a mixture of both. Some of the popular films that have received widespread viewership include '1942: Love Story,''Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!' and 'Dil To Pagal Hai.'.

Vasudev, Aruna.
"Women Beware Men." Index on Censorship, vol. 20 no. 3. 1991 Mar. pp: 7-8.

Vasudevan, Ravi S.
"Addressing the spectator of a 'third world' national cinema: the Bombay 'social' film of the 1940s and 1950s." Screen XXXVI/4, Winter 1995; p.305-324. Illustration(s), Bibliography.
Looks at the success of Indian commercial film over Hollywood in its home market, and at its role in constructing national identity in the 1940's and 1950's using examples of Hindi social film.

Valicha, Kishore.
"Repetitiveness as a Structuring Principle in Indian Cinema: Some Considerations." New Quest, vol. 83. 1990 Sept.-Oct. PAGES: 299-301.

Vasudevan, Ravi.
"Indian Commercial Cinema." Screen, vol. 31 no. 4. 1990 Winter. pp: 446-453.

Vasudevan, Ravi.
"The Melodramatic Mode and the Commercial Hindi Cinema: Notes on Film History, Narrative and Performance in the 1950s." Screen, vol. 30 no. 3. 1989 Summer. pp: 29-50.

Vasudevan, Ravi.
"National pasts and futures: Indian cinema." Screen Vol.XLI nr.1 (Spring 2000); p.119-125
An analysis of the ways in which Indian cinema has both played on and contributed to various political formations in India, such as the Hindutva movement.

Valicha, Kishore.
"Sex and the Indian Film." New Quest, vol. 75. 1989 May-June. pp: 167-169.

Vazzana, Gene
"Indian films." Films in Review XLV/3-4, Mar-Apr 1994; p.46-51.
General history of film production in India: details of typical content, and behind-the-scenes transactions, esp. financial trickery.

Venkiteswaran, C. S.
"Critical Potpourri: Film literature in India today." Film International v. 4 no. 2 (2006) p. 30-7
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"The writer discusses Indian film literature. He outlines some of the difficulties in attempting any narrative that purports to speak about or deal with India," noting that writings produced in English have virtually become the only body of critical work available on Indian cinema. He traces a range of developments that have taken place in Indian film literature since pioneers such as S. Krishnaswamy attempted scholarly surveys 50 years ago, including the massive challenges those scholars faced, the demand for reading material created by the advent of the Indian New Wave" cinema in the 1970s and 1980s, the impact on film writing of the process of liberalization and globalization that took place in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and the fresh vigor and rigor of writing in the 1990s. He then discusses some aspects of Indian film literature today, including its frequent focus on the analysis of narrative form, publications and Web sites of note, and the current problems faced by scholars." [Art Index]

Virdi, Jyotika
"Comedy of gender, law, and nation: Mr. and Mrs. 55." Jump Cut nr.43 (July 2000); p.76-85,130
Examines how romantic comedy in India in the fifties functioned as a cinematic genre and reflected India's troubled gender politics.

Virdi, Jyotika
"Indian film and tv." Jump Cut nr.43 (July 2000); p.75-101
Collection of essays discussing Indian cinema and television.

Wadia, Riyad Vinci.
"Long Life of a Short Film." Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):313.
Author Abstract: "What follows is an account of my personal experiences as an independent Indian film director who had the fortune to make the country's first openly gay film, the short BOMgAY. That said, I would like this essay to be accepted as, rather than a critical appraisal of Indian cinema, a humbly autobiographical account of one individual caught in the hectic throes of political (and cinematic) visibility." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <> COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Weintraub, Richard M.
"In Indian films, fantasy's the thing." (escapism in Indian motion pictures) Washington Post v111 (Mon, Oct 24, 1988):A16, col 1, 24 col in.

Woods, Philip
"Film Propaganda in India, 1914-23." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Televisio XV/4, Oct 95; p.543-553.
Describes the missed chances for film propaganda in India, 1914-23.

Woods, Philip
"From Shaw to Shantaram: the film advisory board and the making of British propaganda films in India, 1940-1943." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television Vol.XXI nr.3 (Aug 2001); p.293-308
On the producing of British propaganda films in India from 1940 to 1943. Analyses the activities of the Film Advisory Board and focuses on the two persons appointed to help produce these films: Alexander Shaw and Vadranuke Shantaram.

Young, Deborah; Gallo, Phil.
"Local films still India's sacred cash cow." (World View) Variety v362, n4 (Feb 26, 1996):169 (2 pages).
The cultural distance between India and most American films again kept US market penetration in India to 1.5% in 1995. Hit Indian films are 3-hour musical comedy/drama/thrillers, and even worldwide hits like 'Jurassic Park' making scarcely a dent in India.

Satyajit Ray

South/Southeast Asia cinema videography for articles about individual Ray films


Apu and after: re-visiting Ray's cinema
Edited by Moinak Biswas. London ; New York: Seagull Books, 2006.
Main Stack PN1998.3.R39; A68 2006

The Art of Satyajit Ray = Silpi Satyaji_t Raya
Eeditor, Jayanti Sen]. Calcutta: Oxford Bookstore Gallery, 1995.
UCB Main PN1998.3.R4 A78 1995

Bandyopadhyaya, Surabhi
Satyajit Ray: Beyond the Frame / Surabhi Banerjee. New Delhi: Allied Publishers, 1996.
UCB Main PN1998.3.R4 B367 1996

Barnouw, Erik
"Lives of a Bengal Filmmaker: Satyajit Ray of Calcutta." In: Wonderful Inventions: Motion Pictures, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound at the Library of Congress / edited by Iris Newsom. pp. 1-9. Washington: The Library, 1984.
Music PN1994.L47 1985
Music MUSI LR1921

Benegal, Shyam
Benegal on Ray: Satyajit Ray, A Film / by Shyam Benegal; script reconstructed by Alaknanda Datta and Samik Bandyopadhyay. Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1988.
UCB Main PN1998.3.R39 B461 1988

Buruma, Ian.
"Satyajit Ray: the last Bengali renaissance man." In: The missionary and the libertine: love and war in East and West / Ian Buruma. 1st U.S. ed. New York: Random House, c2000.
Main Stack HN652.5.B87 2000

Cooper, Darius
The Cinema of Satyajit Ray: Between Tradition and Modernity / Darius Cooper. Cambridge, U.K.; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2000. Cambridge studies in film.
Main Stack PN1998.3.R4.C66 2000

Cooper, Darius.
"The Representation of Colonialism in Satyajit Ray's The Chess Players." In: Colonialism and Nationalism in Asian Cinema. / edited by Wimal Dissanayake. pp: 174-89. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.A75.C65 1994

Das Gupta, Chidananda.
The Cinema of Satyajit Ray / Chidananda Das Gupta. Sahibabad, Distt. Ghaziabad, India: Vikas, c1980.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 R363 1980
UCB Moffitt PN1993.5.I8 .D32

Desai, Anita Desai
"The First and the Last Renaissance Man from Bengal" In: Creativity and Its Contexts. / Chris Morash (ed.) Dublin: Lilliput Press, 1995.
UCB Main PN56.C69 C74 1995

Das Gupta, Chidananda.
The Cinema of Satyajit Ray / Chidananda Das Gupta. 1st rev. and enl. ed. New Delhi: National Book Trust, India, 1994.
UCB Main PN1998.3.R34 D37 1994

Dirks, Nicholas B.
"Sovereignty of history: culture and modernity in the cinema of Satyajit Ray." In: Questions of modernity / Timothy Mitchell, editor. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2000. Contradictions of modernity ; v. 11
Main Stack HN980.Q47 2000

Ganguly, Suranjan
"Satyajit Ray: in search of the modern / Suranjan Ganguly. Lanham, Md. Scarecrow Press, 2000. Series title: Filmmakers series; no. 73.
UCB Main PN1998.3.R4 G36 2000

Hood, John W.
"Satyajit Ray." In: The essential mystery: the major filmmakers of Indian art cinema / John W. Hood. Hyderabad, India: Orient Longman, 2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8.H66 2000

Nandy, Ashis
"Satyajit Ray's Secret Guide to Exquisite Murders: Creativity, Social Criticism, and the Partitioning of the Self." In: The Savage Freud and Other Essays on Possible and Retrievable Selves / Ashis Nandy. pp. 237-66. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1995. (Series: Princeton paperbacks) Princeton studies in culture/power/history.
Main Stack DS480.45.N27 1995

Nyce, Ben.
Satyajit Ray: A Study of His Films
UCB Main PN1998.3.R4 N931 1988
UCB Moffitt PN1998.3.R4 N93 1988

Rangoonwalla, Firoze.
Satyajit Ray's Art / Firoze Rangoonwalla. Delhi: Clarion, 1980.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 R3651

Ray, Satyajit
Childhood days: a memoir / Satyajit Ray; translated from the Bengali by Bijoya Ray. New Delhi; New York, NY USA: Penguin Books, 1998.
UCB Main PK1718.R3119 Y35 1998

Ray, Satyajit
"A long time on the little road." In: Film makers on film making; statements on their art by thirty directors, edited by Harry M. Geduld. Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1967]
Main Stack PN1995.9.P7.G4
Moffitt PN1995.9.P7.G4

Ray, Satyajit
Ray in the Looking Glass: Two Interviews, His Longest & His Last. 1st Badwip ed. Calcutta: Badwip, 1993.
UCB Main PN1998.3.R4 A35 1993

Ray's world: a tribute to Satyajit Ray[CD-ROM]
From the House of RDB. Calcutta: RDB Entertainments, 1999.
UCB Media Ctr COMPU/D 528

Robinson, Andrew
Satyajit Ray: the inner eye: the biography of a master film-maker London ; New York: I.B. Tauris ; New York: Distributed in the United States and Canada by Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
MAIN: PN1998.3.R4 R6 2004

Robinson, Andrew
Satyajit Ray: The Inner Eye / Andrew Robinson. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1989.
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 R3658 1989

Rushdie, Salman
"Satyajit Ray." In: Imaginary Homelands: Essays and Criticism, 1981-1991 / Salman Rushdie. New York: Viking, 1991.
Main Stack PR6068.U757.I4 1991
Moffitt PR6068.U757.I4 1991

Sarkar, Bidyut.
The World of Satyajit Ray / Bidyut Sarkar. New Delhi: UBS Publishers' Distributors, 1992.
UCB Main PN1998.3.R4 S37 1992

Satyajit Ray, an intimate master
Edited by Santi Das. New Delhi: Allied, 1998.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 S35 1998

"Satyajit Ray: in retrospect."
In: The Cineaste interviews: on the art and politics of the cinema / Dan Georgakas, Lenny Rubenstein. Chicago: Lake View Press, c1983.
Main Stack PN1993.5.D44.C56 1983

Satyajit Ray: introspections[Video]
Presented by Cine Arts India; produced and directed by K. Bikram Singh. West Long Branch, N.J.: Kultur; Museum of Modern Art, 1998. Series title: Museum of Modern Art film library. Series title: Collectors series (Museum of Modern Art)
UCB Media Ctr VIDEO/C 5874

Satyajit Ray, A Portrait in Black & White
With an essay by Satyajit Ray; photographs by Tarapada Banerjee; foreword by Raghubir Singh. New Delhi, India; New York, N.Y., USA: Viking, 1993.
UCB S-S/EAsia PK1718.R3119 Z89 1993

Satyajit Ray: An Anthology of Statements on Ray and by Ray.
New Delhi: Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, 1981.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 R3683 1981

Satyajit Ray, An Intimate Master
Edited by Santi Das. New Delhi: Allied, 1998.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I8 S35 1998

Schickel, Richard.
"Satyajit Ray: days and nights in the art houses." In: Matinee idylls: reflections on the movies / Richard Schickel. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1999.
UCB Main Main Stack PN1994.S3495 1999

Seton, Marie.
Portrait of a Director: Satyajit Ray. Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1971].
UCB Main PN1998.A3 R37 1971
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 R37

Sen, Amartya Kumar.
Our Culture, Their Culture: Satyajit Ray Memorial Lecture / Amartya Sen. Calcutta: Nandan, 1996.
UCB Main PK1718.R3119 Z9 1996

Taylor, John Russell.
"Satyajit Ray." In: Directors and directions ; cinema for the seventies / John Russell Taylor. New York: Hill and Wang, [1975]
Moffitt PN1998.A2.T39
Main Stack PN1998.A2.T391

Articles on Ray

Attenborough, Richard.
"Attenborough on Ray." Sight and Sound 1992 Aug. pp: 37.

Bouquet, Stephane.
"Contes moraux." Cahiers du Cinema no479/480 May 1994. p. 108-10.
"Six films by the Bengali director Satyajit Ray are discussed. These films have not yet been seen in France where Ray's work enjoys considerable popularity. The films are Le Dieu Elephant (1978) and Le Royaume des diamants (1980)--both children's films--Le Saint (1965), Delivrance (1981), Le Lache (1965), and Le Heros (1966)."

Cooper, Darius.
"Colonialism in the Hindu Caste System: Satyajit Ray's Sadgati (Deliverance)" East-West Film Journal, vol. 5 no. 2. 1991 July. pp: 115-27.
Discusses the relationship between an 'untouchable' and a Brahmin in "Sadgati".

Cooper, Darius.
"The Indian Woman in the Bengali/Hindu Dollhouse: Satyajit Ray's 'Charulata' (1964)." Women's Studies v25, n2 (Jan, 1996):189 (12 pages).

Das Gupta, Chidananda.
"A Passage From India." (new Indian filmmakers) American Film v. 11 (Oct. '85) p. 32-8.
Discusses the origins and development of the new cinema of the 1970's and 1980's in India. Director Satyajit Ray discusses "Ghare baire".

Dasqupta, Chidananda.
"A Search and a Finding: From Pather Panchal: To Charulata." Panjab University Research Bulletin, vol. 25 no. 1-2. 1994. pp: 81-100.

Dabydeen, David.
" Out of Hunger." Sight & Sound v. 1 (Apr. '92) p. 35.

Ganguly, Keya.
"Carnal Knowledge: Visuality and the Modern in 'Charulata'." Camera Obscura, vol. 37 no. -. 1996 Jan. pp: 157-86.

Ganguly, Suranjan.
"No moksha: Arcadia Lost in Satyajit Ray's Days and Nights in the Forest." Film Criticism v. 19 (Winter '94/'95) p. 75-85.
"Satyajit Ray's 1970 film Days and Nights in the Forest is discussed. The narrative centers on four middle-class Bengali males who leave Calcutta to spend a few days in the forest of Palamau. In a film replete with irony, this parable about men from the city, afflicted by such ills as greed and excessive egotism, in search of Arcadia ends in disappointment. The regenerative forest is in fact physically bare, and its inhabitants, the tribal Santals, are corrupted by money, alcohol, and urban sprawl; at the end of the film, the men return to the city. The failure of the journey mirrors the failure of contemporary Hindu society to rid itself of the same evils that have morally and spiritually corrupted it. Clearly, within the death of the society and ideals that nourished it, the old spiritual forest of Hinduism must also die." [Art Index]

Ganguly, Suranjan.
"One Single Blend: A Conversation with Satyajit Ray." East-West Film Journal, vol. 3 no. 2. 1989 June. pp: 91-95.
S.R. discusses the structure of his films, esp. "Charulata".

Gupta, Udayan.
"The Politics of Humanism: An Interview with Satyajit Ray." Cineaste, vol. 12 no. 1. 1982. pp: 24-29.

Heifetz, Hank.
"Mixed Music: In Memory of Satyajit Ray." Cineaste v19, n4 (Fall, 1992):72 (2 pages).

Jaffrey, Saeed and Rajadhyaksha, Ashish
"Beyond orientalism./ Attenborough on Ray." Sight & Sound II/4, Aug 1992; p.28-37.
Saeed Jaffrey recalls working with Satyajit Ray on "Shatranj ke khilari"; plus an article reclaiming Ray's career as an integral part of India's postwar history which, it is argued, Western critics have tended to ignore; and a tribute to the director from Richard Attenborough.

"Jaffrey, Saeed; Attenborough, Richard; Rajadhyaksha, Ashish.
"Satyajit Ray." (Cover Story) Sight and Sound v2, n4 (August, 1992):28 (9 pages).

Kapur, Geeta.
"Cultural Creativity in the First Decade: The Example of Satyagjit Ray." Panjab University Research Bulletin, vol. 26 no. 1-2. 1995. pp: 157-75.

Kauffmann, Stanley.
"Farewell and Hail." (Obituary) New Republic v206, n24 (June 15, 1992):30.

Malcolm, Derek
"Satyajit Ray." (Interview). Sight & Sound LI/2, Spring 82; p.106-109.
S.R. talks about his films and tv work, and about the film industry in India.

Mandal, Somdatta.
"'Professor Shonku': The Science Fiction of Satyajit Ray." Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, 1997 Fall, 5:1, 91-99.

Nandy, Ashis.
"Satyajit Ray's Secret Guide." East-West Film Journal, vol. 4 no. 2. 1990 June. pp: 14-37.

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish.
"Beyond Orientalism." Sight and Sound 1992 Aug. pp: 32-35.

Robinson, Andrew.
"Satyajit Ray on Film and Filming." American Film v. 11 (Oct. '85) p. 35.

Robinson, Andrew.
" Satyajit Ray at Work." American Cinematographer v. 64 (Sept. '83) p. 72-6+.

Roy, L. Somi; Ivory, James.
"Satyajit Ray: At Home in the World." (Bengali film director; includes related article) Artforum v30, n8 (April, 1992):70 (5 pages).

"Satyajit Ray." [Interview]
Cahiers du Cinema no457 June 1992. p. 79-81.

"Satyajit Ray."
Sight and Sound v 2 Aug 1992. p. 28-37.

Sen, Amartya.
"Our Culture, Their Culture: Satyajit Ray and the Art of universalism." (Indian filmmaker) New Republic v214, n14 (April 1, 1996):27 (8 pages).

Sen, Amartya.
"Satyajit Ray: Liberalism and Its Vicissitudes." Cineaste; Fall2009, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p16-22, 7p
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Sengoopta, Chandak
" Satyajit Ray: The Plight of the Third-World Artist." American Scholar v62, n2 (Spring, 1993):247 (8 pages).

Singh, Raghubir.
"Raghubir Singh discusses the life and work of Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray. Born in 1921 in Calcutta, Ray majored in economics at the University of Calcutta but later studied painting. As a layout artist then art director for a British advertising agency, he determined to make movies, which were his passion. His first film, Pather Panchali (Song of the Road), was completed in 1955, after which he produced over 30 movies evoking the milieu of Bengal; many of his films address the moral condition of changing India between the 1960s and the early 1990s. In 1992, he received top Indian awards for his last film, Agantuk (The Stranger, 1991), as well as India's highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna, and an Oscar for Lifetime Achievement. An excerpt from Raghubir Singh's article The River, about Satyajit Ray, is provided." [Art Index]

Sragow, Michael.
" An Art Wedded to Truth." (filmmaker Satyajit Ray) Atlantic Monthly v274, n4 (Oct, 1994):116 (6 pages).

Schickel, Richard.
"Days and Nights in the Arthouse." (Indian film maker Satyajit Ray)Film Comment v28, n3 (May-June, 1992):32 (3 pages).

Tesson, Charles.
"Obituary." Cahiers du Cinema no457 June 1992. p. 72-8.

Reviews and Articles About
Individual Films by Satyajit Ray

The Apu Trilogy (Aparajito, World of Apu, Pather Panchali)

Apu and after: re-visiting Ray's cinema
Edited by Moinak Biswas. London ; New York: Seagull Books, 2006.
Main Stack PN1998.3.R39; A68 2006

Dabydeen, David
"Out of hunger." Sight & Sound I/12, Apr 1992; p.35. Illustration(s).
Writer D.D. talks about his obsession with the films of Satyajit Ray, esp. "Pather Panchali".

Dasqupta, Chidananda.
"A Search and a Finding: From Pather Panchal: To Charulata." Panjab University Research Bulletin, vol. 25 no. 1-2. 1994. pp: 81-100.

Dissanayake, Wimal.
"Art, Vision, and Culture: Satyajit Ray's Apu Trilogy Revisited." East-West Film Journal, vol. 1 no. 1. 1986 Dec. pp: 69-83.

Ganguly, Keya.
"Cinema and Universality: Satyajit Ray's Apur Sansar." Race & Class: A Journal for Black and Third World Liberation. 44 (2): 57-70. 2002 Oct-Dec.

Pawelczak, Andy.
"PatherPanchali. (review) Films in Revieww XLVI/5-6, July-Aug 95; p.59-60.
"A review of the reissued Pather Panchali (Song Of The Little Road). Thisfilm, which inaugurated Satyajit Ray's distinguished career, was releasedin 1955 and was immediately successful worldwide. The film, which tellsthe story of a poor Bengali family, has a loose episodic structure, partlyderived from Italian neorealism, and is full of indelible images. Adjectives like universal, timeless, and humanistic have been used todescribe this film, but much of its power comes from the specificity andaccuracy of its details." [Art Index]
Ray, Satyajit
The Apu trilogy / Satyajit Ray; English version based on the original films in Bengali by Shampa Banerjee. Calcutta: Seagull Books: Distributed exclusively in India by Orient Longman; New York, NY: Distributed exclusively in the U.S.A. and Canada by Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., 1985.
Main Stack PN1997.P367131 1985
Main Stack PN1997.P367131 1985

Smith, Patrick, ed.
The World of Apu (India, 1959): The honeymoon. Mount Vernon: Macmillan Films, 1975. Series notes: Film study extract.
XB7.10295 Main Stack

Charulata (The Lonely Wife)

Cooper, Darius.
"The Indian Woman in the Bengali/Hindu Dollhouse: Satyajit Ray's 'Charulata' (1964)." Women's Studies v25, n2 (Jan, 1996):189 (12 pages).

Dasqupta, Chidananda.
"A Search and a Finding: From Pather Panchal: To Charulata." Panjab University Research Bulletin, vol. 25 no. 1-2. 1994. pp: 81-100.

Ganguly, Keya.
"Carnal Knowledge: Visuality and the Modern in 'Charulata'." Camera Obscura, vol. 37 no. -. 1996 Jan. pp: 157-86.

Ganguly, S.
"One single blend: a conversation with Satyajit Ray." (Interview). East-West Film Journal III/2, June 1989; p.91-95.
S.R. discusses the structure of his films, esp. "Charulata".

The Chess Players

Cooper, Darius.
"The Representation of Colonialism in Satyajit Ray's The Chess Players." In: Colonialism and Nationalism in Asian Cinema. / edited by Wimal Dissanayake. pp: 174-89. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.A75.C65 1994

Ganguly, Suranjan.
"Poetry into Prose: The Rewriting of Oudh in Satyajit Ray's The Chess Players." The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, vol. 30 no. 2. 1995. pp: 17-24.

Jaffrey, Saeed and Rajadhyaksha, Ashish
"Beyond orientalism./ Attenborough on Ray." Sight & Sound II/4, Aug 1992; p.28-37.
Saeed Jaffrey recalls working with Satyajit Ray on "Shatranj ke khilari"; plus an article reclaiming Ray's career as an integral part of India's postwar history which, it is argued, Western critics have tended to ignore; and a tribute to the director from Richard Attenborough.

Days and Nights in the Forest

Ganguly, Suranjan.
"No moksha: Arcadia Lost in Satyajit Ray's Days and Nights in the Forest." Film Criticism v. 19 (Winter '94/'95) p. 75-85.
On Hindu spiritual myth and social disillusionment in "Aranyer din ratri".


Ghosh, Bishnupriya.
"Satyajit Ray's Devi: constructing a Third-World feminist critique." Screen v 33 Summer 1992. p. 165-73.
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Holland, Norman N.
"Ray's Devi." In: Literary India: Comparative Studies in Aesthetics, Colonialism, and Culture. / edited by Patrick Colm Hogan and Lalita Pandit. pp: 135-40. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995. SUNY series in Hindu studies.
Main Stack PK5408.L57 1995 135-40.

Distant Thunder

Polt, H.R.
"Distant Thunder." (Review). Film Quarterly XXVII/2, Winter 1973-74; p.57-58.

Rosenbaum, Jonathan
"Distant Thunder." (Review). Sight & Sound XLIV/2, Spring 1975; p.123-124.

Shemering, C.
"Distant Thunder." (Review). Cineaste VII/2, Spring 1976; p.38-39.

The Home and the World

Banerjee, Arundhati.
"The Indian Woman's Dilemma: A Study of Formation in Gender Construct Through Mediation of Western Culture in Tagore's Ghare Baire and Ray's Film Version." In: Gender and Culture in Literature and Film East and West: Issues of Perception and Interpretation: selected conference papers / edited by Nitaya Masavisut, George Simson, Larry E. Smith. pp: 207-24 Honolulu, HI: College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature, University of Hawaii: East-West Center, c1994.
Main Stack PN1995.9.A78.G46 1994
Asian Amer PN1995.9.A8.G46

Cooper, D.
"The Home and the World." (Review). Film Quarterly XLIII/2, Winter 89-90; p.40-43.

Dasqupta, Chidananda and Robinson, Andrew
"A Passage from India." (Article+Interview). American Film XI/1, Oct 85; p.32-38. illus. Discusses the origins and development of the new cinema of the 1970's and 1980's in India. Director Satyajit Ray discusses "Ghare Baire".

Dirks, Nicholas B.
"The home and the world: the invention of modernity in colonial India." In: Revisioning History: Film and the Construction of a New Past / edited by Robert A. Rosenstone. p. 44-63. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1995. Princeton studies in culture/power/history.
Main Stack PN1995.2.R48 1995

Ghosh, Bishnupriya; Sarkar,-Bhaskar.
"Contested Boundaries: Anti-Colonial Struggles and Postcolonial Negotiations in Ghare Baire." Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, 1997 Fall, 5:1, 74-90.

Le Fanu, Mark
"The Home and the World." (Review). Films & Filming /361, Oct 1984; p.41-42. Illustration(s), Credits.

Mitra, Indrani
"I Will Make Bimala One With My Country": Gender and Nationalism in Tagore's The Home and the World." Modern Fiction Studies 41.2 (1995) 243-264.
UCB users only

Robinson, Andrew.
"Bridging The Home and the World." (Interview). Monthly Film Bulletin LI/608, Sept 84; p.292. illus.
Satyajit Ray talks about the historical background to his film "Ghare Baire" and the novel by Tagore on which it is based.

Robinson, Andrew
"The Home and the World." (Review). "Sight & S" Sight & SoundLIII/4, Autumn 84; p.297-298.

Roy, L. Somi; Ivory, James.
"Satyajit Ray: At Home in the World." (Bengali film director; includes related article) Artforum v30, n8 (April, 1992):70 (5 pages).

Vinebert, Steve
"Home and the world: reflections on Satyajit Ray." In: Hiding in plain sight: essays in criticism and autobiography / edited and with an introduction by Wendy Lesser. San Francisco: Mercury House, c1993.
Main Stack NX640.H54 1993

Reviews/Articles About Individual Films

Bandit Queen

"Hands Up." (release of 'Bandit Queen,' movie based on life of East Indian female outlaw)
Economist v333, n7889 (Nov 12, 1994):116 (2 pages).

Holden, Stephen.
"Bandit Queen." (movie reviews) New York Times v144 (Mon, March 20, 1995):B4(N), col 4, 12 col in. and v144 (Sat, March 18, 1995):18(L), col 1, 15 col in.

Kosambi, Meera.
"'Bandit Queen' Through Indian Eyes: The Reconstructions and Rreincarnations of Phoolan Devi." (motion picture) Hecate v24, n2 (Nov, 1998):37 (2 pages).
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Moore, Molly.
"Outrage of the outlaw; India's famed bandit queen aims to quash film on her life." (Seema Biswas; motion picture 'Bandit Queen') Washington Post v118 (Mon, Dec 26, 1994):B1, col 6, 65 col in.

Prasad, Udayan.
"Woman on the Edge." (views of Shekhar Kapur, director of 'Bandit Queen') Sight and Sound v5, n2 (Feb, 1995):14 (4 pages).

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish.
"Beyond 'Bandit Queen.'" (problems with Indian film) Sight and Sound v4, n10 (Oct, 1994):5.

Bride and Prejudice

Geraghty, Christine.
"Jane Austen meets Gurinder Chadha: Hybridity and intertextuality in Bride and prejudice" South Asian Popular Culture, Volume 4, Issue 2, 2006
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Guarracino, Serena.
"Musical 'Contact Zone' in Gurinder Chadha's Cinema." European Journal of Women's Studies; Nov2009, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p373, 18p
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Malik, S.
"'UK is finished; India's too corrupt; anyone can become Amrikan': Interrogating itineraries of power in Bend It Like Beckham and Bride and Prejudice." Journal of Creative Communications, 2007, Vol. 2 Issue 1/2, p79-100, 22p
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Noh, David.
"Bride & Prejudice." Film Journal International, Jan2005, Vol. 108 Issue 1, p39-40, 2p
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Ramachandran, Naman.
"Bride & Prejudice." Sight & Sound v. ns14 no. 10 (October 2004) p. 43-4
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Samant, Sapna.
"Appropriating Bombay cinema: why the Western world gets Bollywood so wrong.(FOCUS ON Asia)." Metro Magazine 145 (Summer 2005): 82(5).

Sutherland, Kathryn.
Jane Austen's textual lives : from Aeschylus to Bollywood / Kathryn Sutherland. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
Main Stack PR4037.S884 2005

Tandon, Bharat.
"Life and wife.(Twelfth Night)(Bride and Prejudice)(Movie Review)." TLS. Times Literary Supplement 5297 (Oct 8, 2004): 19(1).

Wilson, Cheryl A.
"Bride and Prejudice: a Bollywood comedy of manners." Literature-Film Quarterly 34.4 (Oct 2006): 323(9). UC users only


Brown, Rebecca M.
"Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India." Film & History v. 34 no. 1 (2004) p. 78-80
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"A review of Lagaan, a film by Ashutosh Gowariker. This Bollywood film tells/sings/dances the story of the resistance of Indian villagers against their British colonial oppressors, presenting a colonial past in which resistance to the colonizer "unifies" the villagers but only under the banner of Hinduism. With its conservatist depiction of the village and its token inclusion of Muslims, Sikhs, and untouchables, it unwittingly reasserts the primacy of Hinduism in the country by recasting both Indian history and Hindu gods." [Art Index]

Chute, David. "Lagaan: once upon a time in India." Film Comment v. 38 no. 2 (March/April 2002) p. 72-3
"Asutosh Gowariker's Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India is an irresistible underdog fantasy with gratifying postcolonial suggestions. It pits a scratch cricket team of impoverished Gujurati villagers against their British overlords during the high-Raj period of the mid-19th century. Residents of the drought-plagued hamlet of Champaner, egged on by a salt-of-the-earth hothead played by Aamir Khan, recklessly accept a sporting challenge thrown down by the commander of the local British cantonment and proceed to master cricket in just a few months. A crushing tithe from their annual crop that the villagers must surrender every year is at stake. Lagaan is a precisely calibrated commercial entertainment, in which every stomach-tightening reversal of fortune and soaring emotional high point has been lovingly hand-tooled." [Art Index]

Dwyer, R.
"Lagaan." Sight & Sound v. ns11 no. 10 (October 2001) p. 51-2
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"Gowariker's film breaks through the traditional boundaries of Hindi film, despite its Bollywood formula of having a hero in love, a villain, and songs and dances. Its attention to detail never falters, the pace is assured and even throughout, and the sets, locations, and costumes are all excellent." [Art Index]

Dwyer, Rachel.
"Lagaan.(motion picture)(Review)." Sight and Sound 11.10 (Oct 2001): 51(2).

Farred, Grant.
"The Double Temporality Of Lagan: Cultural Struggle And Postcolonialism." Journal of Sport & Social Issues, May2004, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p93-114, 22p

Jussawalla, Feroza
"Cricket and Colonialism: From Swami and Friends to Lagaan." South Asian Review, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 112-28, December 2002

Nagy, Joseph
"Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India." Emergences: Journal for the Study of Media & Composite Cultures, Nov2002, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p293, 4p
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Neumann, Birgit.
"Re-Membering Cricket: Sport as an instrument of decolonisation in Trobriand Cricket (1976) and Lagaan. Once Upon a Time in India(2001)." Contemporary Theatre Review, 2006, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p468-482, 15p
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Third World Quarterly - Journal of Emerging Areas 26.3 (Sept 2005): 517(8).

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Over the past few years, South Asian culture has crossed over into the mainstream as never before with fusion projects across various genres as well as Bollywood films enjoying considerable success at the UK box office. Focusing on the Bollywood hit Lagaan, this article will examine how directors play with the tested Bollywood formula in order to generate a broader appeal not only within India but increasingly across the globe. The film raises serious issues and questions about the nature of a globalised world since, for many years, globalisation has been regarded as a euphemism for Western cultural domination. Indeed, must we not re-examine this in the light of increasing South Asian influences penetrating mainstream culture and argue that globalisation allows these influences to travel backwards and forwards, threatening the perceived
Monsoon Wedding

See Mira Nair bibliography

Vietnamese Cinema

Campbell, Felicia.
"Silver Screen, Shadow Play: The Tradition of the Wayang Kulit in The Year of Living Dangerously." Journal of Popular Culture, vol. 28 no. 1. 1994 Summer. PAGES: 163-69.

Charlot, John.
"Vietnamese Cinema: First Views. (appreciation of Vietnam's recent films)" Journal of Southeast Asian Studies v22, n1 (March, 1991):33 (30 pages).

Charlot, John.
"Vietnamese Cinema: The Power of the Past." Journal of American Folklore v102, n406 (Oct-Dec, 1989):442 (11 pages).

Indonesian Cinema

Biran, Misbach Y. <
Indonesian Cinema: A Glance of History/ by Misbach Y. Biran. Jakarta: Perfin Pusat, [1982?].
NRLF C 2 842 743

Biran, Misbach Y.
Snapshots of Indonesian Film History and Non-theatrical Films in Indonesia / by Misbach Yusa Biran; translated by John H. McGlynn. Jakarta, Indonesia: National Film Council, Dept. of Information, Republic of Indonesia, [1986?].
NRLF B 3 567 626

Ehrlich, Linda C.
"The Year of Living Dangerously: An East-West Dialectic." New Orleans Review, vol. 19 no. 3-4. 1992 Fall-Winter. pp: 118-24.

Farnsworth, Rodney.
"An Australian Cultural Synthesis: Wayang, the Hollywood Romance, and The Year of Living Dangerously." Literature/ Film Quarterly, vol. 24 no. 4. 1996. PAGES: 348-59.

Heider, Karl G.
Indonesian Cinema: National Culture on Screen / Karl G. Heider. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, c1991.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I84 H45 1991

Heider, Karl G.
"National Cinema, National Culture: The Indonesian Case." In: Colonialism and Nationalism in Asian Cinema. Bloomington./ edited by Wimal Dissanayake. pp: 162-73. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.A75.C65 1994

Histories and Stories: Cinema in New Order Indonesia
Krishna Sen (ed.) ... [et al.]. Clayton, Vic., Australia: Monash University, 1988.
UCB Main PN1993.5 .I821 1988

Indonesian Film Panorama.
Jakarta: Permanent Committee of the Indonesian Film Festival, 1992.
UCB Main PN1993.5.I5 I53 1992

Said, Salim
Cinema of Indonesia / Salim Said, John H. McGlynn. Projected radiance: Eleven Indonesian films notes & synopses / Karl Heider, John H. McGlynn. New York, N.Y.: Festival of Indonesia Foundation, c1991. Series title: Aspects of Indonesian culture.
UCB Main PN1993.8.I5 S13 1991

Said, Salim
Shadows on the Silver Screen: A Social History of Indonesian Film / by Salim Said; translated by Toenggoel P. Siagian; with a foreword by Karl Heider; John H. McGlynn & Janet P. Boileau, editors. Jakarta: Lontar Foundation, c1991.
NRLF B 3 742 641

Said, Salim.
"Man and Revolutionary Crisis in Indonesian Film." East-West Film Journal, vol. 4 no. 2. 1990 June. pp: 111-129.

Said, Salim.
"The Rise of the Indonesian Film Industry." East-West Film Journal, vol. 6 no. 2. 1992 July. pp: 99-115.


Sen, Krishna.
Indonesian Films, 1965-1982: Perceptions of Society and History / by Krishna Sen. 1987.
UCB NewsMicro MICROFICHE 13555

Sen, Krishna
Indonesian Cinema: Framing the New Order / Krishna Sen. London; Atlantic Highlands, N.J.: Zed Books, 1994.
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Sen, Krishna.
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