Profile of Srinivas Bhashyam
With his fusion of genres, unconventional instrumentation and choral flourishes, Morricone changed how cinematic scores were composed
The Kannada filmmaker on winning the Special Jury Award at the 61st National Awards for his documentary on writer U.R. Ananthamurthy
It is a melodramatic saga of devotion to art, ambition, ego, betrayal and sacrifice
A tragi-comic fable with a noir sensibility
This laughathon is narrated in cartoonish style and a breathless pace with relentless physical/verbal/visual gags
Captures the nostalgic spirit and witty patois of the wounded rock-soldiers in the post-hippie decade.
The eminent Kannada film director spoke to Outlook earlier this year on the subject of his documentary Ananthamurthy— Not A Biography…But A Hypothesis
He bridged the North-South divide. He has been a patriotic, not regionalistic person. He sees India as one entity.