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Subrata Mitra (1931–2001)


Subrata Mitra, one of India's leading cinematographers, is most famous for his collaboration with Satyajit Ray. He was a frequent visiting lecturer at the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune, near Bombay. See full bio »

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Known For

New Delhi Times Cinematographer
(1986)
Pather Panchali Cinematographer
(1955)
Teesri Kasam Cinematographer
(1966)
Charulata Cinematographer
(1964)

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 1974 Mahatma and the Mad Boy (Short)
 1970 Bombay Talkie
 1969 The Guru (director of photography)
 1968 The Arch (exteriors)
 1966 Teesri Kasam (director of photography)
 1966 Nayak: The Hero (photography)
 1965 Shakespeare-Wallah (director of photography)
 1964 Charulata (photography)
 1963 The Big City (photographed by)
 1962/I Kanchenjungha
 1960 The Goddess
 1959 The World of Apu (photography: in subtitles)
 1958 The Music Room (photography)
 1958 Paras-Pathar
 1956 Aparajito (photographed by: in subtitles)
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Subrata Mitra is known for pioneering the technique of bounce lighting, while filming "Aparajito". See more »

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