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Celluloid Man took three years Nair saheb had said he would do the film only if it wasnt about him It was a long battle we fought with the NFAIfor eight-nine monthsto get permission to shoot there While making Celluloid ManI read about Scorsese wanting to restore Uday Shankars Kalpana (1948) He tried convincing the Indian government for two years that Pandit Ravi Shankar had asked him to restore Kalpanawhich was made by his brother I thought this film would pave the way for preservation and restoration in India The battle to get Kalpana from NFAI was a turning point I collaborated with Scorseses World Cinema Foundation recently to restore Sri Lankan filmmaker Lester James Periess filmNidhanayawhich is a first for Sri Lanka I was also a patron for the restoration of Hitchcocks silent filmLodgerthat was done by British Film Institute Alaka Sahani: While restoring movieswhat is the process followed Like a work of artyou have to correct it frame by frame A team of researchers is set up to study the background of the filmwhether people who were part of the film are alivewhat were the colours likewhat were the impression people had of the film and so on When Luchino Viscontis The Leopard was being restoredScorsese would say the colour of the roses in the scene were not correct because a particular kind of rose was brought in from Milan Sothey had to keep redoing the frames until they got the colour right You need an artista film historian looking into the restoration process Meenakshi Iyer: You mentioned that there arent enough artistes to oversee the preservation work in this project How do you aim to bridge that gap SSD: When we decided to set up our own foundationwe did think whether others would join us or not Through Celluloid Mantalks and meeting film familieswe have been telling them how important it is to preserve (films) It is time now for individuals to do it and contribute themselves Irawati Harshe: This happens also because there is a lack of awareness We are trying to look at ways and means through our foundation to take it forward through education Sothough there are labs and there are technical peoplewe need people who are well versed with the art of restoration as opposed to just the technical process of restoration So yesthis kind of work force needs to be built up in India Smita Nair: How do you decide which movie needs to be restored SSD: The condition of the material that is available dictates the priority of preservation and restoration and some classic Indian films do not even have an original camera negative surviving Some films are on the verge of extinction As I am funding the foundation from my own pocket as of nowwe cant do too much yet But we have chosen around 10 films that we thought need immediate attention We are trying to raise funds to restore the films The big step was to convince the families of the filmmakers We had to convince them that their original material would not be touched and they would get a fresh restored print of the film P Vaidyanathan Iyer: Do copyright issues create a problem in the film restoration process SSD: In Indiacopyright is a complex issue For instanceas in the case of Kalpanathere was initially a dispute People found it hard to believe that Scorseses foundation put money into it and that there was no money earned It was his love for cinema Mayura Janwalkar: On an averagehow long does it take to restore a film Kalpana was restored in six months It depends on the condition of the source material Any film needs 4-6 months at least because it not just about picturesbut sound too There are various things that have to be taken into accountsuch as image resolution One has to carry out several tests before you go ahead with the final restoration Dipti Nagpaul D’Souza: Are you not seeking help from the film fraternity SSD: We have approached some people Some dont have the timesome havent given it a thought Actuallyit comes from the fact that filmmaking in India over the years has only been seen as a business and never as an art form Kevin Lobo: Have you got any positive feedback from any filmmakers Irawati Harshe: They are impressed by the passion but well see I am sure theres something there Every country must have started like this at some point Kevin Lobo: What are the other sources of funding SSD: The main sources we are looking at are people from the fraternity and several big companies that we hope will come forward realising the value of our cinematic heritage Cinema has had a powerful influence on Indias culture and we are not just talking about feature films Films formulate our thinkingway of lifethe way we look at each otherthe way we form relationships It has to be given heritage status Kevin Lobo: Is there a plan in place for building an ecosystem needed for restoration SSD: The government should have a national plan to save Indian films It is important that public-private partnerships are formed for this with the film industry playing an active part And of course greater public access is essential We must accept that it is only through the efforts of the film community and the support of the public can significant progress be made to save films IH: We are hoping that as we meet more people from the industry and studiosmaybe we will be able to spread awareness Alsowe would like to propose to the government to introduce courses on restoration at the university level Such courses are not offered in India Dipti Nagpaul D’Souza: Why is digital not the best format to preserve movies SSD: Film was done on a chemical and theres a certain quality of a chemicalwhich gives a certain kind of resolution Film gives you separation of coloursdigital technology doesnt Film has lasted for 100 yearswe know that for sure We do not know that about digital because it is always changing Sankhayan Ghosh: Why arent organisations such as National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) and Films Division doing something about it SSD: NFDC has done restoration of their films Films Division hasnt got the funds yet to do restoration on their own Srinath Rao: What role can television play in film restoration IH: They could screen the restored film It could be part of a revenue modelthey could opt for pay-per-view Or ifthey have a classics television channelthe films could be shown on that channel Alaka Sahani: The education model that you were talking about… how do you want to go about it IH: The idea is to educate studentsand by students I dont mean just children but students of cinema and people at large about the language of moving images and our cinematic heritage SSD: We want to reach out to schools We are in the process of formulating educational modules for India (Transcribed by Amruta LakheMeenakshi IyerSankhayan Ghosh & Kevin Lobo) For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat | Published: April 22 2012 3:08 am Related News The police finally caught up with Narendra Modi and picked up the notorious gamblerwho had dodged them for a while nowfrom his den in Tarsadi village of Mangrol taluka on Saturday A cellphone and Rs 3100 in cash were recovered from himpolice saidadding they caught him in the act even as he was talking business on his cellphonesitting outside the village grocery store that he runs For Kosamba policewhich has the jurisdiction over the village50-year-old Modi is a familiar name This is the second time they have arrested the manwho runs matka activities Kosamba police sub-inspector B G Vasawa said Modi was arrested and booked today for gambling but was given bail by court later in the day For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News For all the latest Lucknow News,some of which were 1962 Chevrolet Impala.
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enhancement of pension to Rs 2,earlier in his reply to the Rajya Sabha.