Chitranjali Studio is an important place for the Malayalam film industry. It is the second-largest studio in Asia with a space of 12,000 square feet, and has played host to a series of important works and industry members such as Adoor Gopalakrishnan. But there is more to the studio than meets the eye!
The Chitranjali Studio holds a famous Film Museum made and maintained in collaboration with the local government. Not only does it hold traditional methods of Indian filmmaking, but also global pieces of value such as a Steinbeck Editing Machine!
In the latest episode of Spotlight on India, follow Yadu Vijayakrishnan as he explores this fascinating spot of Indian film history.