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The colour of film nostalgia

Be it the purists or cinephiles, watching any film in the way the filmmaker intended the viewer to experience is always a greater joy. It’s hardly surprising then that watching a colourised clip of Satyajit Ray’s Pather Panchali (1955) that has been doing the rounds on the Internet would leave a strange taste in the mouth.

Technological leaps

The latest instance of such ‘experimentation’ is kind courtesy of a team of researchers from the University of Maryland that have

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