Satyajit Ray

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Satyajit Ray
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Satyajit Ray's portrait
Born 2 May 1921(1921-05-02)
Kolkata, India
Died 23 April 1992 (aged 70)
Kolkata, India
Academy Awards
Academy Honorary Award
1992 Lifetime Achievement
Filmfare Awards
Best Movie - Critics
1978 Shatranj Ke Khiladi
Best Director
1979 Shatranj Ke Khiladi

Satyajit Ray (2 May 192123 April 1992) ek Bengali Indian film director rahaa. Uske janam Kolkata me bhais rahaa. Uske palwaar arts me rahaa.

Ray 37 film ke direct karis rahaa, jisme documentary aur shorts hae. Ray ke pahila film, Pather Panchali, ke gyarah international prizes mila jisme Best Human Document hae Cannes Film Festival me mila.

Honours[badlo | edit source]

Year Awards and Honours Awarding body
1958 Padma Shri Government of India
1965 Padma Bhushan Government of India
1967 Ramon Magsaysay Award Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation
1971 Star of Yugoslavia Government of Yugoslavia
1973 Doctor of Letters University of Delhi
1974 D. Litt. Royal College of Art, London
1976 Padma Vibhushan Government of India
1978 D. Litt. University of Oxford
1978 Special Award Berlin Film Festival
1978 Desikottam Visva-Bharati University, India
1979 Special Award Moscow Film Festival
1980 D. Litt. University of Burdwan, India
1980 D. Litt. Jadavpur University, India
1981 Doctorate Benaras Hindu University, India
1981 D. Litt. University of North Bengal, India
1982 Hommage à Satyajit Ray Cannes Film Festival
1982 Special Golden Lion of St. Mark Venice Film Festival
1982 Vidyasagar Award Government of West Bengal
1983 Fellowship The British Film Institute
1985 D. Litt. University of Calcutta, India
1985 Dadasaheb Phalke Award Government of India
1985 Soviet Land Nehru Award Soviet Union
1986 Fellowship Sangeet Natak Academy, India
1987 Légion d'Honneur Government of France
1987 D. Litt. Rabindra Bharati University, India
1992 Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, United States
1992 Akira Kurosawa Award for Lifetime Achievement San Francisco International Film Festival
1992 Bharat Ratna Government of India

Indian film awards[badlo | edit source]

National Film Awards[badlo | edit source]

Satyajit Ray had won the maximum number of the coveted National Film Awards (the Indian version of the Oscars). He won 32 National Film Awards.

Filmfare Awards[badlo | edit source]

Other Indian film awards[badlo | edit source]

Pather Panchali (Song of the Little Road), 1955 [1]
  • President's Gold & Silver Medals, New Delhi, 1955
Jalsaghar (The Music Room), 1958 [2]
Apur Sansar (The World Of Apu), 1959 [3]
Devi (The Goddess), 1960 [4]
Teen Kanya (Three Daughters / Two Daughters), 1961 [5]
  • President's Silver Medal, New Delhi, 1961 (for Samapti)
Rabindranath Tagore (documentary film), 1961 [6]
Abhijan (The Expedition), 1962 [7]
Mahanagar (The Big City), 1963 [8]
Charulata (The Lonely Wife), 1964 [9]
Nayak (The Hero), 1966 [10]
Chiryakhana (The Zoo), 1967 [11]
Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne (The Adventures of Goopy and Bagha), 1968 [12]
  • Award for Best Direction, New Delhi, 1968
  • President's Gold and Silver Medals, New Delhi, 1970
Pratidwandi (The Adversary) 1970 [13]
Seemabaddha (Company Limited), 1971 [14]
The Inner Eye', 1972 [15]
Ashani Sanket (Distant Thunder), 1973 [16]
  • President's Gold Medal for Music Direction, New Delhi, 1973
  • Best Regional Film, New Delhi, 1973
Sonar Kella (The Golden Fortress), 1974 [17]
Jana Aranya (The Middleman), 1975 [18]
Shatranj Ke Khilari (The Chess Players), 1977 [19]
Joi Baba Felunath (The Elephant God), 1978 [20]
Hirak Rajar Deshe (The Kingdom of Diamonds), 1980 [21]
Sadgati (Deliverance), 1981 [22]
Ghare Baire (The Home and the World), 1984 [23]
Ganashatru (An Enemy of the People), 1989 [24]
Agantuk (The Stranger), 1991 [25]

International film awards[badlo | edit source]

International film festivals[badlo | edit source]

Cannes Film Festival
Berlin International Film Festival
Venice Film Festival
Moscow International Film Festival
  • Winner - 1959 - Silver Medal for Music - Jalsaghar (The Music Room) [28]
  • Winner - 1979 - Special Award (Honorary Prize)
  • Nominated - 1959 - Grand Prix for Best Film - Jalsaghar (The Music Room)
Locarno International Film Festival
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
British Film Institute Awards, London Film Festival
Edinburgh International Film Festival
  • Winner - 1956 - Diploma Of Merit - Pather Panchali (Song of the Little Road)
  • Winner - 1960 - Diploma Of Merit - Apur Sansar (The World of Apu)
San Francisco International Film Festival
  • Winner - 1957 - Golden Gate for Best Picture - Pather Panchali (Song of the Little Road)
  • Winner - 1957 - Golden Gate for Best Director - Pather Panchali (Song of the Little Road)
  • Winner - 1958 - Golden Gate for Best Picture - Aparajito (The Unvanquished)
  • Winner - 1958 - Golden Gate for Best Director - Aparajito (The Unvanquished)
  • Winner - 1958 - International Critics' Award - Aparajito (The Unvanquished)
  • Winner - 1992 - Akira Kurosawa Award for Lifetime Achievement
Vancouver International Film Festival
Stratford Film Festival
  • Winner - 1958 - Critics' Award for Best Film - Pather Panchali (Song of the Little Road)
New York Film Festival
  • Winner - 1959 - Best Foreign Film - Pather Panchali (Song of the Little Road)
Melbourne International Film Festival
  • Winner - 1962 - Golden Boomerang for Best Film - Teen Kanya (Three Daughters / Two Daughters) [32]
  • Winner - 1970 - Best Film - Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne (The Adventures of Goopy and Bagha)
Adelaide Film Festival
Auckland International Film Festival
Chicago International Film Festival
Hong Kong International Film Festival
Cyprus International Film Festival
Tokyo International Film Festival
  • Winner - 1991 - Special Achievement Award (Young Cinema Competition)

Annual film awards[badlo | edit source]

Academy Awards (United States)
National Board of Review Awards (United States)
Kinema Junpo Awards (Tokyo)
Bodil Awards (Denmark)
British Academy Film Awards (United Kingdom)

Other international film awards[badlo | edit source]

Pather Panchali (Song of the Little Road), 1955 [39]
  • Vatican Award, Rome, 1956
  • Golden Carbao, Manila, 1956
Aparajito (The Unvanquished), 1956 [40]
  • Golden Laurel for Best Foreign Film, 1958-1959, USA
Rabindranath Tagore (documentary film), 1961 [41]
Charulata (The Lonely Wife), 1964 [42]
Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne (The Adventures of Goopy and Bagha), 1968 [43]
  • Merit Award, Tokyo, 1970
Sonar Kella (The Golden Fortress), 1974 [44]
  • Best Feature Film for Children and Young Adults, Tehran, 1975


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