This essay focuses on post-colonial South Asian cinema.
the topic is about Music and dance in Indian Cinema.
This course will examine
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There is a 5 pages film research paper about south Asia cinema and the topic is about Music and dance in Indian Cinema.
This course will examine the interplay of gender and national identity in post-colonial South Asian cinema. We will begin by tracing the development of the film industry in the region with reference to the historical and political context. We will look at the different streams of South Asian cinema, from mainstream “Bollywood” movies to regional/national cinema to parallel and diasporic film. Within this framework, we will examine the shifting feminine and masculine representations of nationhood, and the way they intersect with religious identity. Specific topics include a critical analysis of the portrayal of women in the films of Satyajit Ray and Ritwik Ghatak, the mother-goddess construct of Indian nationalism in mainstream cinema, thematic treatments of the relationship between machismo and Hindu/Muslim revivalism, and gender and Muslim identity in the cinema of Bangladesh and Pakistan.
This module offers students an introduction to a vital aspect of contemporary Indian culture. It is designed to give a coherent overview of the development of popular cinema within India. An emphasis on Hindi films produced in Bombay. The module traces the development of cinema in India, beginning with an introduction to the study. Of Indian cinema, examining the silent era, the studio period, the ‘Golden Age. The so-called ‘segmentation’ of cinema, the action cinema, and cinema.The recent media transformations and the emergence of ‘Bollywood’. This and the importance of the diaspora/transnational audiences. Two lectures look more closely at the work of two major directors. They are who transformed the Indian cinema, Raj Kapoor and Guru Dutt.
This module is available to students as an open option.
Firstly, be keen
Further, be neat
Lastly, be fast
Finally, be sober