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v4vhse » Entertainment » Movie Talkies » Pather Panchali (1955) (পথের পাঁচালী)

Pather Panchali (1955) (পথের পাঁচালী)

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PLATINUM
PLATINUM
Movie : Pather Panchali 1955 (পথের পাঁচালী) (Song of the Little Road)
Directed by : Satyajit Ray
Screenplay by : Satyajit Ray

Script :
The film never had a complete script; it was made from Ray's
drawings and notes. Ray tried to extract and build a simple theme out
of the apparently random sequences of significant as well as trivial
episodes of the novel, while preserving the loitering quality of it. Ray
himself commented that, "The script had to retain some of the rambling
quality of the novel because that in itself contained a clue to the feel
of authenticity: life in a poor Bengali village does ramble."
Some
notable shifts from the novel in the script include the death scene of
Indir Thakrun, which occurs quite early in the novel in a village shrine
at the presence of some adult members of the family; in the film she
dies in the open in the presence of Apu and Durga. The scene of Apu and
Durga running to catch a glimpse of the train is not there in the novel,
neither child manages to see the train there, although they made an
attempt. Finally, the ending of the film - the departure of the family
from the village - is not the end of the novel.

AWARDS


Pather Panchali won multiple national and international awards
1955
- National Film Award for Best Film (Golden Lotus Award) National
Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali (Silver Lotus Award) I
India
1956 - Best Human Document I OCIC Award - Special
Mention I 9th Cannes Film Festival I France Palme d'Or I
1956 - Vatican Award, Rome I Italy
1956 - Golden Carbao, Manila I Philippines
1956 - Diploma of Merit - Edinburgh International Film Festival I Scotland
1957- -Selznick Golden Laurel for Best Film - Berlin International Film Festival I Germany
1957
- Golden Gate for Best Director I Golden Gate for Best Picture -
San Francisco International Film Festival I U. States
1958 - Best Film - Vancouver International Film Festival I Canada
1958 - Critics' Award for Best Film - Stratford Film Festival I Canada
1958 - Best Foreign Language Film, National Board of Review Awards I United States
1959 - Best Foreign Film - New York Film Festival I United States
1966 - Kinema Jumpo Award for Best Foreign Film I Japan
1969 - Bodil Award for Best Non-Europ
ean Film I Denmark

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