The World of Apu
The final film of the Apu Trilogy finds Apu as an adult, and in love. “So fresh and spontaneous that one feels . . . as if it were the world’s first love story” (Pauline Kael).
The second film in the Apu Trilogy follows Apu’s family as they travel to the holy city of Benares along the banks of the Ganges. “Graceful, insightful, and moving” (S.F. Chronicle). November 13 screening introduced by filmmaker Robert Beavers.
The first film in the Apu Trilogy. Ravi Shankar provided the score for Ray’s debut film, the tale of a young boy in an impoverished Bengal village. The film won a special prize at Cannes: Best Human Document.