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Jean-Luc Godard : film-making is not as cheap as pen and paper in this bourgeois world, good flims cannot be made.

“Using non-professional actors in a fictional movie is a high-risk business. There is a danger that they will, paradoxically, not look “real”, or that they will look real and that their authenticity will somehow expose the fiction and createdness of the rest of the film”,but i use them and won international recognition.I upgrade them to a producer.My Movies
My Filmography:1.Lovers’ Paradise(Docu,2003)
2.Jawaliwanabag of Bengal(Docu,2004)
3.Aya Chand Mama(Short,2005)
4.The Missing President & His Army(Docu,2006)
5.Peace(short,2007)
6.Man,Freedom & God(Docu,2007)
7.Window calls U(short,2008)
8.Ek Paye Royecho Dariye(Feature Film,2012)
9.Orajnoitik Noy(Feature Film,2013)
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The Bengal Post news article:
When social meets spiritual
By Monami Ghosh,On 1-01-2013
Filmmaking is a way of life for engineer-turned-director Robin Das. Having made documentary films for a number of years and having won the Bengali Film Journalists’ Award(BFJA) for his documentary, Lovers’ Paradise in 2004, he debuts as a feature filmmaker with his film, Ek Paaye Royecho Dariye. The film…

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I upgrade non professional actors to a producer

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I upgrade non professional actors to a producer. “Using non-professional actors in a fictional movie is a high-risk business. There is a danger that they will, paradoxically, not look “real”, or th…

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Orajnoitik Noy(Politics)

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TheArts‘s insight:

Preview letter from
Slamdance Film Festival
"  yourwork was able to transport us to the distant future, the forgotten past, and worlds most people could not even imagine. Whether you screen at Slamdance is ultimately irrelevant; you are vital to the health and spirit of this industry, and the most important thing is that you never let anyone else’s "no" deter you from your work. Yours in cinema, Slamdance Programming Team"

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