★ Malayalam cinema
Malayalam cinema Indian film industry based in the southern state of Kerala, producing films in Malayalam. It is also known as Mollywood nickname in various print and online media. Malayalam film industry is the fourth largest film industry in India. Movies produced here are renowned for their cinematography and story are realistic scenes. Works such as Marana simhasanam movie and Vanaprastham was screened in UN certain regard at the Cannes film festival 1999. In marana simhasanam film won the coveted camera Dor this year.
In 1982, Elippathayam won the Sutherland Trophy at the London film festival, the most original and creative film of 1982 by the British film Institute. Rajiv Anchals guru 1997 and Ahameds Salim Adaminte makan Abu 2011 Malayalam movie sent by India as its official application for the category of Best foreign film Oscar. The Adoor Gopalakrishnan won the International film critics award FIPRESCI for his works such as 1984 Mukhamukham, Anantaram 1987, 1989 Mathilukal, Vidheyan 1993, 1995 Kathapurushan and Nizhalkkuthu 2002.
Other films that have achieved international fame include Chemmeen, 1965, which received a certificate of merit at the Chicago International film festival, and a gold medal at the Cannes film festival for best cinematography. Piravi 1989 with no less than 31 international awards including the camera dor Special mention at the Cannes film festival in 1989, and was featured in the program "Special look". Swaham 1994 won Bronze Rosa camuna at the film meeting, Bergamo, Italy. The first 3D film produced in India, my dear Kuttichathan 1984, was made in Malayalam. The first version of the film released in Malayalam was Thacholi Ambu 1978.
In the early 1920-ies in the Malayalam film industry was based in Thiruvananthapuram, though the film industry began to develop and flourish only in the late 1940-ies. Later the industry shifted to Chennai formerly Madras, which was then the capital of the South Indian film industry. By the end of 1980-ies, the Malayalam film industry returned and established itself in Kerala with a majority of locations, studios, production and post-production while in Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram. Several media sources describe Kochi as the centre of the film industry.
1. History. (История)
Active Malayalam film production did not take place until the second half of the 20th century: there were only two silent films, and three Malayalam-language films before 1947. With the support of the Kerala government production increased by approximately 6 per year in the 1950-ies to 30 per year in the 1960s, 40 per year in the 1970s, to 127 films in the year 1980.
1.1. History. The origin of 1928. (Происхождение 1928 года)
The first cinema hall in Kerala, with a manual film projector, was opened in Thrissur in Kattookkaran Jose in 1907. In 1913, the first permanent theatre in Kerala was established at Thrissur city Kattookkaran and was called the Jose electrical is probably the best, now Jos theatre.
The first film made in Malayalam was Vigathakumaran. Production began in 1928 and it was released at the Capitol theatre in Thiruvananthapuram on 23 Oct 1930. It was produced and directed by S. J. Daniel, a businessman with no experience of the film, who is considered the father of Malayalam cinema. Daniel founded the first film Studio, the Travancore national pictures of the society in Kerala. A second film, Marthanda Varma on the novel by C. V. Raman Pillai, was produced by R. Sundar Raj in 1933. However, after only four days, prints, tapes were confiscated because of lawsuits over copyrights.
The first talkie in Malayalam was Balan, released in 1938. It was directed by S. Nottani with a script and songs written by Muthukulam Raghavan Pillai. It was produced by modern theatres in Salem in neighbouring Tamil Nadu. Balan was followed by Gnanambika 1940, which was directed by S. Notani. Then Prahlada appeared in 1941, directed by K. Subramoniam Madras and guru Gopinath and Thankamani Gopinath.
Until 1947 Malayalam films were made by Tamil producers. Artist P. J. Cherian was the first producer, Malayali to venture into this field and the trend then changed. He produced Nirmala in 1948 with Joseph cherian and baby Joseph his son and daughter-in-law in the lead roles as hero and heroine. He also threw a lot of other family members in other roles breaking the taboo that noble family people do not take action. Thus Nirmala was the first film produced by a malayali, many innovations to enable playback singing, movies with a social theme where the entire family can gather together and watch. The artist P. I. Dr. Cherian was the first movie producer to explore the possibility of music and songs in the movie, and thus became the pioneer of introduction of playback singing in the movie. The text of the film written by the legendary Malayalam poet G. Sankara kurup became so popular that song-dance sequences became essential ingredients of Malayalam cinema.
Vellinakshatram 1949 was the first film to be made in Kerala, and was formed in Udaya studios in Alleppey.
1.2. History. 1950-ies. (1950-х годов)
Malayalam cinema has always maintained its themes from relevant social issues and has been interwoven with material from literature drama and politics from its inception. One such film, Jeevitha Nouka 1951 was a musical drama which spoke about the problems in a joint family.
In the 1954 movie Neelakuyil captured national interest by winning the presidents silver medal. It was scripted well-known Malayalam novelist Uroob and directed by P. Bhaskaran and Ramu Kariat.
Newspaper boy 1955 contained elements of Italian neorealism. This film is notable as the product of the group of filmmakers, lovers of College. He told the story of a printing press employee and his family struck by extreme poverty.
The music took a turn away from the trend of copying Tamil and Hindi song. Poets Tirunainaarkurichy Madhavan Nair – Thirunaiyarkurichy, P. Bhaskaran, O. N. V. kurup and V. R. Varma rose in this period as film lyricists. Brother Lakshmanan, dakshinamurthy, K. Raghavan, G. Devarajan, M. S. Baburaj, and Pukhenthey Velappan Nair started a distinct style Malayalam music. Kamukara Purushotaman, a Mehboob, Kozhikode Abdul Kader, I am Raja, P. B. Sreenivas, K. P. Udayabhanu, Shanta P. Nair, P. Leela, S. Yanaki, P Susheela, B. Vasanta free and Jikki most outstanding singers of the 1950-ies. The drama artist and school teacher Muthukulam Raghavan Pillai post many of his skills to cinema in this period.
1.3. History. 1960-ies. (1960-х годов)
Ramu Kariat, one of the Directors of Neelakkuyil along with p. Bhaskaran, went on to become a successful Director in the 1960s and 1970s years. P. Bhaskaran directed many famous and successful movies in the 1960-ies and 70-ies. The operator of Neelakkuyil, A. Vincent, became a famous film Director 1960-ies and 1970-ies. The most famous movies of this decade include Odayil Ninnu, Bhargavi Nilayam 1964, 1965 Chemmeen, Murappennu 1965 and 1966 Iruttinte Athmavu.
Malayalam cinema is the First color film was Kandam Bacha coat 1961.
1965 Chemmeen, directed by Ramu Kariat and based on the novel of the same name Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai, became very popular and was the first South Indian film to win National film award for Best feature film.
Most of the films of the 1960-ies was animated nationalist and socialist projects, and focused on issues relating to caste and class exploitation, the fight against obscurantist beliefs, the degeneration of the feudal class, and the breakup of the joint family system.
In the 1960-ies, M. Krishnan Nair, Kunchacko and P. Subramaniam were the leading producers of Malayali. Thikkurusi Sukumaran Nair Prem Nazir, Sathyan, Madhu, Adoor Bhasi, Bahadur, S. P. Pillai, K. P. Ummer, Kottarakara Sreedharan Nair of India, G. K. Pillai, Muthukulam, Joseprakash, Paravur Bharatan, Muthayya, Shankaradi, Govindankutty, K. R. Vijaya, Padmini, Ragini, Sharada, Sheela, Ambika, Jayabharathi, Arumula Ponnamma and Sadahna was one of the most popular actors active in this period.
During the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s years, Kunchacko made significant contributions to Malayalam cinema, as a producer and as a Director of several notable films. He started Udaya studios in Alleppey, in 1947, reducing the travel to Madras to Chennai for the film crew and actors. It took up a Malayalam film production in Kerala.
Many Directors sprang up in this period. P. N. Menon made rosy and later Chemparanthi. G. Aravindan and Adoor Gopalakrishnan, the also started working in the 1960s and became known later.
1.4. History. 1970-ies. (1970-х годов)
70-ies was marked by the emergence of a new wave of cinema in Malayalam. The growth of film society movement in Kerala introduced the works of French and Italian Directors of wave for the discerning malayali film enthusiasts. Gopalakrishnans Adoors first film Swayamvaram 1972 brought Malayalam cinema to the international arena movie. In 1973 M. T. Vasudevan Nair, who was then recognized as an important author in Malayalam, directed his first film Nirmalyam, which won the National film award for Best feature film. G. Aravindan subsequent Adoors lead with his Uttarayanam in 1974. K. P. Kumarans Adhithi 1974 was another film that was critically acclaimed. Cinematographers who won the National award for their work on Malayalam films in the 1970s, the years were Mankada Ravi Varma for Swayamvaram 1972, P. S. Nivas for mohiniyattam 1977, and Shaji N. Karun for Thampu 1979. John Abraham, K. R. Mohanan, K. G. George and G. S. Panikkar were products of the Pune film Institute who made significant contributions.
In the late 1970s, some young artists started seeing Malayalam cinema as a medium of expression and thought of it as a tool to revitalize society. The famous Director, Aravindan was famous in Kerala, artist before he started making films. His important movies include kanchana SITA, 1977, 1978 Thampu, Kummatty 1979, Chidambaram 1985, 1986 Oridathu, Vasthuhara and 1990.
The 1970s also saw the emergence of a notable Director P. G. Viswambharan with his debut film Ozhukinethire and mythical film Sathyavan Savithri, which was well received.
Also, commercial cinema in this period saw a few working-class themed films which mostly had M. G. soman, Sukumaran and planted in the lead, accompanied by the emergence of a new genre of action-themed films, in a movement led by Jayan. However, this was short-lived, and almost ended when Jayan was killed performing a stunt in Kolilakkam 1980.
1.5. History. 1980-ies. (1980-х годов)
The Malayalam cinema of this period is characterized by extensive scripts to deal with everyday life, with clear and precise storytelling, the interweaving of humor and melancholy. This contributed to cinematography and lighting. The films were heat background music.
In 1981, the Fazil directed Manjil Virinja Pookal film also introduced the then romantic star actor Shankar and late actor Mohanlal in the world. The Adoor Gopalakrishnan made Elippathayam in 1981. This film received the award the British film Institute.
In the 1980-ies Padmarajan was the founder of a new school of filmmaking in Malayalam cinema, along with Bharathan and K. G. George, who created the groundbreaking films that were widely received and critically acclaimed. Padmarajan was noted for his fine and detailed screenwriting and expressive direction style. Padmarajan made some of the landmark films in the Malayalam cinema, including masterpieces like Oridathoru Phayalvaan 1981, 1983 Koodevide, Thinkalaazhcha Nalla Divasam 1985, Arappatta Kettiya Gramathil 1986, Namakku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal 1986, 1987 Thoovanathumbikal, Moonnam Pakkam 1988, 1989 Innale, 1989 season and the profile of njan Gandharvan 1991. He has written several short stories, which were unique in content and presentation. His novels have treated dark emotions and are considered classics. Most of the sites were emerging at that period of literature. All the work was so cinematic and can be easily visualized on celluloid version.
G. K. George released films, including Adaminte Yavanika and Vaariyellu. This was the period during which the writer M. T. Vasudevan Nair started teaming with Hariharan Director to produce work like Panchagni, Nakhakshathangal, Aranyakam and Oru vadakkan and Veeragatha.
John Abrahams movies like Amma Ariyaan addressed people and have raised funding directly from the people.
Period were films with humour from Directors like Priyadarshan, Sathyan Anthikkad, Kamal and Siddique-Lal. Piravi 1989 N. Shaji Karun was the first Malayalam film to win the camera dor-mention at the Cannes film festival.
This was the period during which Mohanlal and Vijay has risen due to the sudden death of Jayan, and after the fall of the popular actor Shankar. Ratheesh Sukumaran and were the leading stars in the industry in the early eighties. Later Mohanlal has won 5 national film awards, including 2 Best actor 2-the special jury prize and the award for Best film. Vijay has won 3 National award for Best actor. In the acting categories, Mohanlal won the largest number of National film awards 4 and the Kerala film awards 6. Mohanlal holds the record for the most number of national film award nominations for actor, 13 times in 2014.
1.6. History. 1990-ies. (1990-х годов)
Some examples are Mathilukal 1990, the Director Adoor Gopalakrishnan, Kattu Kuthira 1990 Director: P. G. Viswambharan, 1991 Amaram Directed by Bharathan, profile 1992 ulladakkam Directed by Kamal, kilukkam profile 1991 Directed by Priyadarshan, Kamaladalam 1992 by SIBI Malayil, Vidheyan 1993, the Adoor Gopalakrishnan, Devaasuram 1993 I. V. Sasi, Manichithrathazhu 1993 Fazil, Ponthan MADA in 1993 by T. V. Chandran, profile spadikam 1995 Bhadran, Commissioner King 1994 1995 Shaji Kailas, Hitler 1996 Siddiq and Desadanam 1997 by Jayaraaj.
Swaham 1994, directed by N. Shaji Karun was the first Malayalam film for competition at the Cannes international film festival where it was nominated for the Palme dor Dor. Later Murali Nairs in movie marana simhasanam won the camera Dor at the Cannes film festival 1999. Guru 1997, Directed by Rajiv Anchal was chosen as the official entry Indias for "Oscar" should be considered for a nomination in the category Best foreign film this year, making it the first film in Malayalam to be chosen for nomination for "Oscar".
1.7. History. 2000s
The Millennium began with the blockbuster movie "Narasimham". In 2001 he published the worlds first film with one actor in the cast, guard. Slapstick Comedy was the predominant theme in films of this era. C. I. D. Moosa 2003 Joni Anthony, my Madhavan 2002 Lal Jose and Kunjikoonan 2002 Director: Sasi Shanker are examples. Sequels are a number of successful films. Some films were examples of outstanding films such as Meghamalhar, Madhuranombarakaattu, profile nandanam, Perumazhakkalam, and Kazhcha. In 2008, Malayalam cinema come together in film put twenty:20 to raise funds for Amma.
1.8. History. 2010 years. (2010 года)
After several years of quality deterioration, Malayalam films saw the signs of a massive revival since 2010 with the release of several experimental films known as New Wave or new generation of films, mostly from new Directors. New wave is characterized by fresh and unusual themes and new narrative techniques. These films differ from the usual ones during the last two decades of the 1990s and the 2000s years, and introduced several new trends to the Malayalam industry. While the new generation formats and styles are deeply influenced by global and Indian trends, their thematics are firmly rooted in the life of Malayali and mindscapes. The new generation also helped the Malayalam film industry to revive the former glory.
Ahameds Salim Adaminte makan Abu was selected as the official entry Indias at the Academy awards will be considered for nomination in the category Best foreign film in 2011.
Christian brothers 2011 was released worldwide for a total of 310 prints on 18 March, he went to 154 centres in Kerala and 90 centres outside Kerala and 80 centres overseas making it the widest release for a Malayalam film at that time. This record was later broken Peruchazhi 2014, which is released in 500 screens worldwide on August 29. Drishyam 2013 became the first Malayalam film to cross 500 million mark at the box office. The film was recognized by critics and has been remade in four languages. Later, in 2016, Pulimurugan became the first Malayalam film to cross the mark of 1 billion at the box office.
In recent years, Malayalam films are gaining popularity in Sri Lanka. Fans brought the cultural similarities shared between the Sinhalese and Malayalis as the reason why they have been gaining popularity in the country.
2. Pioneer imaging methods. (Первооткрывателем методов визуализации)
Newspaper boy 1955, neorealistic film, drew inspiration from Italian neorealism. Padayottam 1982 Indias first domestic production of 70 mm film, while my dear Kuttichathan 1984 Indias first 3D movie. O Faby 1993 Indias first gaming / animation hybrid film.
Amma Ariyan 1986 was the first film made in India with money collected from the population. It was created by Odessa collective, founded by Director John Abraham and friends. The money was collecting donations and screening Charlie Chaplin child.
Moonnamathoral 2006 was the first Indian film to be shot and distributed in digital format.
Jalachhayam 2010 was the worlds first feature-length film shot entirely on a mobile phone camera and it was an experimental film directed by Sathish Kalathil, who is Director Veena Vaadanam, the first documentary film in India shot in the same shooting medium.
Villain 2017-the first Indian movie to be shot entirely in 8K resolution.
3.1. Well-known personalities. Of Directors. (Директоров)
Directors Malayalam cinema has been included J. C. Daniel, the Director and producer of the First Malayalam film, Vigathakumaran 1928. Unlike other Indian films at that time, most of which were based on the Puranas, he chose the film on a social theme. Although it is not commercial, it paved the way for the Malayalam film industry and is considered the "father of Malayalam cinema". Up to 1950-ies, Malayalam film didnt see many talented film Directors. The milestone film Neelakkuyil 1954, directed by Ramu Shea butter and P. Bhaskaran, shed a lot of attention for its Director. Frame Karite has become a famous Director in the 1960s and 1970s years. P. Bhaskaran directed several films in the 1960-ies. The operator of Neelakkuyil, A. Vincent, became a famous film Director 1960-ies and 1970-ies. Another noted Director of the 1950s years was P. hotels Ramada, Director of the neorealistic film newspaper Boy 1955.
In the 1970-ies, Malayalam film industry saw the rise of film societies. This caused a new genre of films known as "parallel cinema." The main driving forces of the movement, who gave priority to serious cinema, were Adoor Gopalakrishnan and the G. Aravindan. People like John Abraham and P. A. backer gave a new dimension to Malayalam cinema through political issues. In the late 1970-ies was marked by the emergence of another stream of Malayalam films, known as the "middle stream cinema", which seamlessly integrated the seriousness of parallel cinema and the popularity in the film industry. Most of the films belonging to this stream were directed by PN Menon, I. V. Sasi, P. G. Viswambharan, K. G. George, Bharathan and Padmarajan.
In the 1980s and early 1990s years, a new array of Directors joined the stalwarts who had already made their mark in the industry. During this period there is a reduction of the gap between different areas of the industry. Directors like K. G. George, Priyadarshan, I. V. Sasi, John Abraham, Fazil, Joshi, Bhadran, P. G. Viswambharan, Kamal, SIBI Malayil, Hariharan, Sathyan Anthikkad, K. Madhu and Siddique-Lal has made a significant contribution. Were extraordinary screenwriters like M. T. Vasudevan Nair, T. Damodaran, A. K. Lohithadas and sreenivasan, whose contributions also deserve praise.
In 2000-ies was a reduction in the quality of Malayalam films. Many Directors who excelled in the Golden age struggled as many of their films are not constantly critically and commercially. As a result, the gap between parallel cinema is now known as the art cinema and the mainstream, now known as commercial cinema has expanded. In the 2000s, as seen in a is a polymer film, which is created in line with Tamil and bollywood films. Directors like Shaji Kailas, Rafi Mecartin and Anwar Rasheed directed blockbusters which had few artistic merits to be proud of. Despite the overall decline, some Directors stood apart and made quality cinema. N. Shaji Karun, Lenin Rajendran, Shyama Prasad and Jayaraj films that won laurels. Notable Directors who debuted in this time include blessy, no, Lal Jose, R. Sarate, Ranjit, Roshan Andrews, Amal Neerad, Aashiq Abu, Dr. Biju, Vineeth sreenivasan and famously Jose Pellissery.
Of the 40 national film awards for best Director gave till 2007, Malayalam Directors have received 12. Of Directors, which will include in the Adoor Gopalakrishnan 1973, 1985, 1988, 1990, 2007, G. Aravindan 1978 1979, 1987, Shaji N. 1989 Karun, T. V. Chandran 1994, 1998 Jayaraj 2017, and Rajivnath 1999. There are a few of the recipients of special jury award as well: Mankada Ravi Varma 1984, John Abraham 1987, Shaji N. Karun 1995 and Pradeep Nair 2005.
4. Film music. (Фильм музыка)
Film music, which refers to playback singing in the context of Indian music, forms the most important canons of popular music in India. Film music of Kerala in particular is the most popular form of music in the state. Before Malayalam cinema and Malayalam film music developed, the Keralites followed Tamil and Hindi film songs and that habit stays with them until now. The history of Malayalam film songs begins with the 1948 Film Nirmala, which was produced by the artist P. I. Dr. Cherian who introduced playback singing for the first time in the film. Movies, music composer P. S. Divakar, and the songs were sung by P. Leela, T. K. Govinda RAO, Vasudeva kurup, C. K. Raghavan, Sarojini and Menon Vimala B. Varma, who is considered the first playback singer of Malayalam cinema.
The main trend in the early years was to use the tune of hit Hindi or Tamil songs in Malayalam songs. This trend changed in the early 1950-ies with the advent of a number of poets and musicians to the Malayalam music scene. By the middle of 1950-ies, music Malayalam film industry began to find its own identity. This reformation led by music Director brother Laxmanan, G. Devarajan, V. dakshinamurthy, S. M. Babu Raj and K. Raghavan along with lyricists Vayalar Rama Varma, P. Bhaskaran, O. N. V. kurup and Sreekumaran Thampi. Major playback singers of that time were Kamukara Purushothaman, K. P. Udayabhanu, A. M. Raja, P. Leela, Shanta P. Nair, Ayiroor Sadasivan, Lalitha Thampi, S. S. Radhadevi, A. K., Sukumaran, B. Vasanta, P. Susheela, P. Madhuri and S. Yanaki. Despite that, these singers received high popularity throughout Kerala and was part of the Golden age of Malayalam music 1960 1970.
In later years, many do not Malayalis like manna Dey, Talat Mahmood, Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Hemalata and S. P. Balasubrahmanyam sang for Malayalam films. This trend was also among the composers, to a certain extent, with composers from other languages, including Naushad Ali, Usha Khanna, M. B. sreenivasan, Bombay Ravi, Shyam, Bappi Lahiri, is-Pyarelal, Salil Chowdhury, Ilaiyaraaja, Vishal Bhardvadzh and A. R. Rahman scoring music for Malayalam films. This can be explained by the fact that film music in South India had a parallel growth pattern with many cases of inter-industry contributions. In the late 1950-ies until the middle of 1970-ies can be considered the Golden period of Malayalam film music in its own identity. Along with leading music Directors like M. B. sreenivasan, M. K. Arjunan, Pukezhenty Vellappan Nair, M. S. Viswanathan, A. T. Ummer, R. K. Shekhar, Salil Chowdhury and poets, as Thirunainar Kurichi Madhavan Nair, the Mankombu Gopalakrishnan and Bharanikkavu Sivakumar, eternal and numerous hits were delivered to music lovers. Soft melodic music and texts of high quality, the most striking of these songs.
K. J. Yesudas, who debuted in 1961, virtually revolutionised the Malayalam film music industry and became the most popular Malayalam singer along with K. S. Chitra. The trio vayalar, G. Devarajan and Yesudas also made unforgettable songs like the earlier trio of Kamukara, Tirunainaarkurichy and brother Laxmanan. Yesudas became equally popular classical music listeners and people who perceived music to films. He, along with p. Jayachandran gave a major facelift to Malayalam soundtracks in the 1960s and 1970s years. K. S. Chithra debuted in 1979, and by the mid eighties, it has become the most popular singer in South India.
In the late 1970-ies music trends began to change the rhythm of the song, since the West came to dominance of the music Directors as Shyam, K. J. joy and Jerry Amaldev. Poets were forced to write texts in accordance with sound these days and is often criticized for quality problems. However, from 1979 to 1980, the revolutionary music Director Raveendran along with Johnson and M. G. Radhakrishnan led the second reformation Malayalam film music, creating melodic and classical oriented music with the soul of the culture of Kerala. Authors as Poovachal Khader, Kavalam Narayana panic and Bichu Thirumala in the 1980s and Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri, V. Madhusoodanan Nair and Gireesh Puthenchery in the 1990-ies were a part of this musical success. Contributions from Kannur Rajan, Bombay Ravi, S. P. Venkatesh, Mohan Sithara, Ouseppachan, Sarata, Vidyadharan, Raghukumar and Vidyasagar was also noticeable during this period. K. J. Yesudas and K. S. Chitra and singers like M. G. Sreekumar, G. Radhika Thilak, Unnimenon and Sujatha Mohan also was active then. Remarkable moment in later years was the extensive of classical Carnatic music in many film songs of 1980-ies and 1990-ies. Classical Carnatic music was heavily used in films like Chithram 1988, His Highness Abdullah 1990, Bharatham 1991, 1992 and 1993 Sopanam of Pune.
Currently the main players on the stage, several young composers, as R. Rahman, Rahul Raj, Prashant Pillai, Shaan Rahman, Bijibal, Gopi Sundar, Alphonse, Rajesh Murugesan, lyricists rafeeq Ahmed, Vayalar Sarath and Anil Panachooran, and singers Vineeth sreenivasan, Shreya Ghoshal, Shankar Mahadevan, Vijay Yesudas, Shweta Mohan, Karthik, Naresh Iyer, Manjari, Haricharan prices Vijayalakshmi, K. S. Harisankar, Sayanora Philip, benny Dayal and jyotsna Radhakrishnan, along with stalwarts in the field.
Young composers like Rahul Raj and Prashant Pillai is not only known for their catchy melodies, but also to attract a lot of electronics, digital sound and the variety of genres in Malayalam movies and songs.
National award-winning composers of Malayalam cinema Johnson 1994, 1995, Bombay Ravi 1995, Ouseppachan 2008, 2010 Ilaiyaraaja, Isaac Thomas Kottukapally 2011, 2012 Bijibal and M. Jayachandran 2016. Until 2009, in the 1995 national Award that Johnson received for the soundtrack to the film profile sukrutham 1994 was the only time in Oscar history in which he wrote the soundtrack to the film, not his songs. He shared that award with Bombay Ravi, who received the award for composing songs for the same movie. In 2010 and 2011, awards to films was won by Malayalam movies: Pazhassi Raja 2010, score: Ilaiyaraaja and Adaminte makan Abu 2011 score: Issak Thomas Kottakapally. Ravindran also received a special jury prize in 1992 for writing songs for the film Bharatham.
On poets who won the National award 1973 Vayalar Ramavarma, O. N. V. kurup 1989, Yusuf Ali Kechery 2001. Those singers who received the national award K. J. Yesudas 1973, 1974, 1988, 1992, 1994, 2017, P. Jayachandran 1986 and M. G. Sreekumar 1991, 2000. Yesudas has won two more national awards for singing in Hindi 1977 and 1983 Telugu films, making him the man who has won the most national film awards for Best playback singer male from eight. Singers who won awards S. Yanaki 1981 and K. S. Chithra 1987, 1989. Chitra also received the award for Tamil 1986, 1997, 2005 and 1998, Hindi movie Songs, which makes her the person with the most National film award for Best female playback singer with six.VN Rajan malayalpuzha
5. Kerala State Film Award. (Премия Фильм "Керала")
Kerala state film awards are given to movies in Malayalam. The awards were presented by Kerala state Chalachitra Academy since 1998 on behalf of the Department of culture of the Government of Kerala. The awards were started in 1969. Winners are determined by an independent jury formed by the Academy and Department of culture. The jury usually consists of movie makers. For the awards for literature on cinema a separate jury. The Academy annually invites films for the award and the jury analyses the films before the winners. The awards intend to promote films with artistic values and encourage artists and technicians.
6. International film festival of Kerala. (Международный кинофестиваль Кералы)
International film festival of Kerala IFFK is held annually in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala. It was launched in 1996 and organized by the Kerala state Chalachitra Academy on behalf of the Department of culture of the state government. It is held in November-December each year and is recognized as one of the leading film festivals in India.
7. The Studio. (Студия)
The Travancore national pictures was the first film Studio in Kerala. It was created by S. J. Daniel in 1926 in Thiruvananthapuram, which was then part of Travancore. Director-producer Kunchacko and film distributor K. V. Koshy established Udaya studios at Alappuzha in 1947. The Studio influenced the gradual shift of Malayalam film industry from its original base of Madras, Tamil Nadu, in Kerala. In 1951, p. Subramaniam established Merryland Studio in Nemom, Thiruvananthapuram. Other major studios Sreekrishna 1952, Kulathoor, Anta 1958, Keezhmadu – now extinct, Chithralekha 1965, Aakkulam, mind Studio 1975, Vellakkadavu, suggestive 1978, Thrikkakkara and Chithranjali 1980, Thiruvallam.
8. Organizations. (Организаций)
Association of Malayalam movie artists Amma is an organization formed by artists of Malayalam cinema. It aims to act against piracy, protection of interests of the actors and Actresses, and to serve as a General forum for questions and problem solving. The activities of Amma include endowments insurance programs and committees on wages and benefits on revision, tools for research, pensions, and education loans for children of members. The organization ventured into film production in 2008 with twenty:20 to raise funds for their activities.
Organizations such as the Association of film producers of Kerala film distributors Association of Kerala cine exhibitors Federation, film club hyperlinks and Kerala film Association members agreed to a work stoppage.
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- Lists of Malayalam films cover films produced by the Malayalam cinema industry in the Malayalam language. The first Malayalam silent movie, Vigathakumaran
- This is a list of films produced in the Malayalam cinema and language from the beginning, 1928 - 1960, in chronological order: Kerala Government Public
- in the Malayalam cinema and language released in the 1990s. Malayalam films of 1990 Malayalam films of 1991 Malayalam films of 1992 Malayalam films of
- Remembering Meena OLD MALAYALAM CINEMA Oldmalayalamcinema.wordpress.com. Retrieved 15 August 2015. Meena malayalam Actress - Movies, Photos
- of Malayalam films of the 1970s by year. Malayalam films of 1970 Malayalam films of 1971 Malayalam films of 1972 Malayalam films of 1973 Malayalam films
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- produced in the Malayalam cinema and language in the 2000s. List of Malayalam films of 2000 List of Malayalam films of 2001 List of Malayalam films of 2002
- 2011. Cinema of Malayalam Archived from the original on 26 April 2005. Retrieved 18 September 2019. Official Site of Association of Malayalam Movie
- Women in Cinema Collective abbreviated as WCC is an organization for women working in the Malayalam cinema industry. It was formed after an actress
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- 2011. Cinema of Malayalam Archived from the original on 26 April 2005. Retrieved 18 September 2019. Official Site of Association of Malayalam Movie
- The Association of Malayalam Movie Artists AMMA is an Indian organisation for film actors and actresses working in Malayalam cinema formed in 1994 in
- This is the chronological list of horror films produced in Malayalam cinema Bhargavi Nilayam, released in December 1964, is considered as the first true
- Santhakumari is an Indian film actress best known for her work in Malayalam cinema She has acted in more than 250 films and short films like Nerariyathe
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