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A RIVER CALLED TITASH
Cannes Classics - World Cinema Foundation

TITASH EKTI NADIR NAAM

(A RIVER CALLED TITASH)

Directed by : Ritwik GHATAK

Year of production : 1973 Country : INDIA Length : 158 minutes

Synopsis

Based on the acclaimed novel by Advaita Malla Barman, and shot in Ghatak's childhood home of East Bengal shortly after the independence of Bangladesh, the film captures the songs, speech, rituals, and rhythms of a once self-sufficient community and culture swept away by natural catastrophes, modernisation, and political conflict.

Credits

Advaita MALLA BURMAN - Script / Dialogue

Baby ISLAM - Cinematography

Ahid UL HAQ - Music

Bahadur KHAN - Music

Basheer HUSSEIN - Film Editor

Ritwik GHATAK - Director

Ritwik GHATAK - Script / Dialogue

Casting

Kabari CHOUDHURY - Rajar Jhi

Roushan JAMIL - Mother

Probir MITRA - Kishore

Ritwik GHATAK - Tilakchand

Rani SARKAR - Mungli

Sufia RUSTAM - Udaytara

Photo du Film

Contacts

Production

PURBA PRAN KATHA CHITRA -

Distribution

NON RENSEIGNÉ - T: +420 603211824 - www.tambylles.cz

French press

NON RENSEIGNÉ - T: +49-(0)179-8850210

International sales

WORLD CINEMA FOUNDATION - www.worldcinemafoundation.org

Cannes Classics Released on Ritwik GHATAK

TITASH EKTI NADIR NAAM

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