Directors' Diaries
The Road to Their First Film
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Director - The invisible, omnipotent presence in cinema, a word that holds spaces inaccessible to most people. In Directors Diaries, Rakesh Bakshi demystifies that figure through the voices of twelve of the most iconic film-makers of our time. In doing so, he happens upon the greater questions of destiny and chance and how sometimes random encounters end up determining the course of a persons life. Bakshis interviews turn into deep and intimate conversations - Imtiaz Alis trans formative experience as a reader during summer vacations, locked in a room, Govind Nihalanis visits with his father to temples in Udaipur, which influenced him as a cinematographer and filmmaker, Ashutosh Gowarikers disappointment at faring poorly in his board exams and being forced give up his dream to study architecture, which led him to seek avenues in theatre, folk dance, group singing, elocution contests in college, eventually leading him to cinema. Farah Khans passion for dance as a child and how she stopped dancing for almost fourteen years because her father did not like it and began doing so only after he passed away. How cinema became Subhash Ghais great escape, whenever his parents argued, he would run away to watch a film. How Vishal Bhardwaj composed his history lessons as songs so he could memorize them and how he accompanied his friend on the harmonium at food festivals in Pragati Maidan to earn a livelihood. An invaluable record of Hindi cinemas old and new voices and a study of the changing face of it, Directors Diaries is also an inspiring account of people battling great odds to achieve their dreams. About the Author Film scriptwriter, director, actor, author, photographer, swimmer, walker and cyclist, Rakesh Anand Bakshi is the founder of Bicycle Angels, a non-profit social initiative that helps donate bicycles to the underprivileged as a means of livelihood. He is the creator of My Memoirs - My Stories for My Family, a video or audio diary of your life. He also runs Beautiful Bicycles Beautiful People, a blog on cyclists, their rides, their stories. He loves reading biographies, self-help books and novels and watching different kinds of cinema and documentaries.

Director: the invisible, omnipotent presence in cinema; a word that holds spaces inaccessible to most people. In Directors Diaries, Rakesh Bakshi demystifies that figure through the voices of twelve of the most iconic film-makers of our time. In doing so, he happens upon the greater questions of destiny and chance and how sometimes random encounters end up determining the course of a persons life. Bakshis interviews turn into deep and intimate conversations: Imtiaz Alis transformative experience as a reader during summer vacations, locked in a room; Govind Nihalanis visits with his father to temples in Udaipur, which influenced him as a cinematographer and filmmaker; Ashutosh Gowarikers disappointment at faring poorly in his board exams and being forced give up his dream to study architecture, which led him to seek avenues in theatre, folk dance, group singing, elocution contests in college, eventually leading him to cinema. Farah Khans passion for dance as a child and how she stopped dancing for almost fourteen years because her father did not like it and began doing so only after he passed away. How cinema became Subhash Ghais great escape, whenever his parents argued, he would run away to watch a film. How Vishal Bhardwaj composed his history lessons as songs so he could memorize them, and how he accompanied his friend on the harmonium at food festivals in Pragati Maidan to earn a livelihood. An invaluable record of Hindi cinemas old and new voices, and a study of the changing face of it, Directors Diaries is also an inspiring account of people battling great odds to achieve their dreams.

AuthorRakesh Bakshi
BindingPaperback
EAN9789351364665
Edition1
ISBN9351364666
Height118 mm
Length1142 mm
Width787 mm
Weight60 g
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages296
Package Quantity2
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2015-05-28
PublisherHarperCollins
StudioHarperCollins
Sales Rank16746

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  • The author associated with Directors' Diaries: The Road to Their First Film is Rakesh Bakshi.
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