2013 saw numerous celebrations of the centenary of Indian cinema. The centenary witnessed intense reflection in the realm of Indian cinema, both in practice—as filmmakers clamored to make commemorative films, videos and tributes marking the centenary of Indian cinema—as well as in the realm of academic work. Conferences organized across the world, where scholars working on the past, present and future(s) of all that entails Indian cinema, are testament the growing nature of this field. This issue of Wide Screen is a part of this growing body of work.
“Making Waves: Anand Patwardhan, Latin America, and the Invention of Indian Third Cinema” Dennis HanlonDownload