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Bharater pratham chalachitra utsab: atiter pristha theke (The first film festival of India: From the pages of history)


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Bharater pratham chalachitra utsab: atiter pristha theke (The first film festival of India: From the pages of history)

Subject

Internationl Film Festival 1952

Description

An article on the First International Film Festival, organized by the Indian Government. The festival was declared open with a speech by the then Governor of West Bengal, Dr. Harendra Kumar Mukhopadhyay on 29 February 1952 at Eden Garden, Kolkata. The 15 days festival showcased 50 feature films and 90 documentaries from France, America, Britain, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Egypt, Russia, China, Romania, Japan and Argentina. The three Indian films that were shown in the festival were ‘Amar Bhupali’, ‘Patal Bhairavi’ and ‘Babla’. There were representatives from participating countries including Frank Capra from Hollywood.

Creator

Anonymous

Source

Anandalok

Publisher

Anandalok

Date

1990

Contributor

The Media Lab

Format

JPG

Language

Bengali

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Paper

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Citation

Anonymous, "Bharater pratham chalachitra utsab: atiter pristha theke (The first film festival of India: From the pages of history)," in History of Indian Cinema, Item #23, http://icinema.medialabju.org/items/show/23 (accessed August 22, 2017).

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