Rabindrasanghit in Film & Photograpy (some)
"Tagore and Indian cinema with special reference to his impact on Indian film music" paper by Nirupama & Ajit Sheth, 1986 (see Publications).
- 1961 Teen Kanya (Three Daughters), fragment Monihari (The Lost Jewels), by Satyajit Ray. The film is based on three of Tagore's stories: The Postmaster, Monihara and Samapti. In several versions, Monihara is left out. Hence the film is also known as Two Daughters.
- 1961 Rabindranath Tagore, by Satyajit Ray
- 1962 Kanchenjungha, by Satyajit Ray
- 1991 Agantuk (The Stranger), by Satyajit Ray
- 1964 Charulata, by Satyajit Ray
- 1984 Ghare Baire (The Home and the World), by Satyajit Ray
- 1989 The Mahabharata, by Peter Brook (opening tune, sung by Sarmila Roy) See also: Songs by Sarmila Roy
Results from IMDB on Tagore (mainly for his texts) show many hits.
Satyajit Ray (1921-1992) was from 1940 on himself a student at Shantiniketan, Tagore's university.
Drawing at right: Tagore by Satyajit Ray
- 1955 - Jean Clarence Lambert: "Poétique de la danse" (also texts Kabir, Schiller, Valéry, Rilke, Garcia Lorca a.o.) performed in Falaize
- 1991 - Glen Tetley based his 1991 ballet "Tagore" on Zemlinsky's music (see for this settings)
- 1995 - Battery Dance Co. in "Songs of Tagore" by choreographer Jonathan Hollander, with words and music of Tagore. Interludes composed by Gerald Cohen (see for this settings)
- 2001 - Sarah Cutler's project at Mount Holyoke University, an organic reaction to music, movement and poetry to Tagore's work (see)
- Performances by the Rajhans-orchestra, conductor Hans Vermeersch: "De Bengaliwereld van Rabindranath Tagore"