Volume 4 : About the Contributors



Subhadeep Ghosh is a student of Computer Science, especially interested in philosophy, cultural expressive forms and their interactions and an active member of Silhouette Film Society.

Anirban Sadhu is now working in a Bengali satellite channel as a camera crew. He stands for free cinema and here the writer of the article Dost-e-Nazdik, Amir Panahi is none other than Sadhu

Mrinal Chakraborty is the senior lecturer of English in Dinabandhu Andrews College. He has been working as professional scriptwriter and as an actor in television for a long time. He is also known as a poet and a storywriter.

Dennis Redmond is an independent scholar and media critic in the US, who works extensively with multinational video culture and digital media (esperially the 3D videogame). He has experience in student and labour organizing. His work is available online at <http://www.efn.org/~dredmond>.

Debanjan Bandopadhyay is a student of Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute.

Amitava Nag is a software engineer by profession and at present actively involved with Silhouette Film Society.

Devisree Raha is a part-time lecturer of Sociology at a college of Kolkata. She is actively involved with Silhouette Film Society.

Manas Ghosh is a part-time lecturer of Dept. of Film Studies, Jadavpur University.

Nandini Dhar is a doctoral student of Comparative Literature at University of Oregon, and a member of Silhouette Film Society.

Kingshuk Chatterjee teaches History in Scottish Church College, Kolkata. He works on Islamic politics in the modern world.

Ariktam Chatterjee is a lecturer of English in a college of Kolkata, and an active member of Silhouette Film Society.

Sankar Ghosh is a Professor of Mathematics and General Body Member of Indian Statistical Institute. From his early youth he takes a lot of interest in literature, film, music and other art forms.

Partha Sarathi Raha, a software engineer by profession, developed a passion for different Arts medium and writing since childhood. Film medium is one of the most significant among them. He has been closely associated with ‘Silhouette Film Society’ since begining.

Anindya Sengupta is a civil servant by profession. Apart from his other interests in the cultural front, he is instrumental in running a website. http://www.mindzwine.com.

Sitabhra Sinha is a faculty member of the Theoretical Physics group of the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai. When not working on problems in physics, he tries to catch up with his interests in economic history, cognitive science and film theory. He can be reached via his web-site at http://www.imsc.res.in/~sitabhra/.


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