Pritish Nandy
Editor and Writer

Pritish Nandy participated in the World Leaders Forum event, Seen From Abroad: International Film Critics Look at American Film Today, in March 2006. 

Pritish Nandy led the Times of India Group during the 1980s, apart from being a renowned editor and writer. He was a member of the Rajya Sabha from 1998 to 2004 and writes two columns that, between them, have the highest reach and readership. He has won countless awards as a poet, journalist, editor and TV host and has received honors too many to list, including the Padma Shri at the age of 26. He was editor of The Illustrated Weekly of India, Filmfare and The Independent and publishing director of The Times of India. Author of sixty books, Nandy founded Pritish Nandy Communications in the belief that content will drive the future of media and entertainment.

Participated In

Seen From Abroad: International Film Critics Look at American Film Today

Date: March 22, 2006 to March 24, 2006
Location: Low Memorial Library and Roone Arledge Auditorium, Alfred Lerner Hall
Description:
No other form of art or entertainment today could be said to have cast as wide a net or have had a greater impact than American cinema. It dominates 60 percent of the world's film market. Distinguished film critics from around the world each present a recent U.S. film, discuss its influence on their countries, and showcase new films from their countries. Some films are featured at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center.