Living legends of World Cinema - Vivek Nagarajan

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A presentation on two of the legendary directors of World cinema, Abbas Kiarostami and Girish Kasaravalli.

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Living legends of World Cinema - Vivek Nagarajan

  1. 1. Living Legends of World Cinema By Vivek Nagarajan
  2. 2. ABBAS KIAROSTAMI
  3. 3.  Born on 22 June 1940  Iranian Director, Screen-writer, Photographer and Producer  Also a Painter, Illustrator and Graphic Designer  Critically acclaimed for directing Koker Triology – Where is the Friend’s Home? (1987), Life and Nothing More (1992) and Through the Olive Trees (1994), Close Up (1990), Taste of Cherry (1997), The Wind will Carry Us (1999), Certified Copy (2010) and Like Someone in Love (2012) ABBAS KIAROSTAMI
  4. 4. ABBAS KIAROSTAMI
  5. 5. ABBAS KIAROSTAMI
  6. 6. ABBAS KIAROSTAMI
  7. 7.  Has a reputation of using Child Protagonists and documentary style film-making  Also well-known for the usage of contemporary Iranian poetry in the dialogues, titles and themes of his films  He was one of the jury member of the Cannes film festival in 1993, 2002 and 2005  He is a member of the advisory board of World Cinema Foundation ABBAS KIAROSTAMI
  8. 8. GIRISH KASARAVALLI
  9. 9.  Born in 1950  An Indian Director in the Kannada Cinema and one of the pioneers of the Parallel Cinema  Has won 13 National Film Awards  Has been honored by the South Asian Cinema Foundations’ “Excellence in Cinema” Crystal Globe Award in 2009 GIRISH KASARAVALLI
  10. 10. GIRISH KASARAVALLI  A gold medalist from the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune  His student film, Avasesh was awarded the National Film Award for Best Short Fiction Film  He served as a Principal for a film institute in Bengaluru  The International Film Festival of Rotterdam held a retrospective of Girish Kasaravalli’s films in 2003
  11. 11.  Ghatashraddha (1977), Tabarane Kathe (1986), Thaayi Saheba (1997) and Dweepa (2001) won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film GIRISH KASARAVALLI
  12. 12. GIRISH KASARAVALLI  National Film Award for Best Short Fiction Film: Avashesh  National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare: Hasina (2006)  National Film Award for Best Screenplay: Kanasemba Kudureyaneri (2009)  National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Kanada: Bannada Vesha (1988), Mane (1989), Kraurya (1995), Gulabi Talkies (2007), Kanasemba Kudureyaneri (2009) and Koormavatara (2012)
  13. 13. THANK YOU

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