Ranjan Das has done his Diploma in Film Editing from FTII, Pune.After passing of FTII he has been involved as a Director, Writer, Editor and Consultant in Cinema, Television, corporate and Ad Films in Mumbai, Kolkata and Jakarta, Indonesia. He has written various Screenplays and stories for Hindi serials like Rihayee (Sony), Crime Patrol (Sony), Siddhant (Star One) and a couple of episodes of Karamchand (Sony). He has Edited more than 200 documentary films for National and local Doordarshan Kendras. He has also been amongst the panel of scriptwriters of BLACK MAGIC MOTION PICTURES. He has taught as a Guest lecturer at Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, Kolkata. Currently he is working on Feature Film projects.
Who is B. E. in Electronics & Telecommunication, has completed his PG Diploma in Film-Editing from Film & Television Institute Of India, Pune. His first short film as a director, named, ‘Rang’ got the ‘ Best Film’ award in 24x7 making movies competition at International Film Festival Of India ( Iffi ) , 2004 in Goa.
His 2nd year film at FTII, named ‘Airawat’ for which he worked as an editor, got the National Award for ‘Best Film- Special Jury Mention’.
He is also specialized in creative writing of Ads & campaigns.
Suvir Nath did a Post Graduate Diploma from Film and Television Institute of India, Pune specializing in Film and T.V Editing.
His first feature length film as an editor "Road to Sangam" received 20 national and International awards. After a decade of experience as an editor and body of work spreading across films, T.V, Ads, Trailers, Documentaries, Short films, Web Series, Corporate Films and Music Videos, he switched on to direction and production. His first short film "Bol Golu Bol" participated in many national and international short film festivals and was telecast on Doordarshan. He has directed corporate films and ads for some prestigious brands. Currently he is producing a full length documentary film on social entrepreneurs in the country.
Anjali Punjabi has worked as the Line Producer for films like ‘Voices in the sky’ by Farhan Akhtar, ‘Little Zizou’ by Sooni Taraporevala and as Assistant Director for films like ‘Kamasutra’& ‘Monsoon Wedding’ by Mira Nair. She won the Best Director Award at the 50th National Film Awards 2003, in the non-feature section for the film ‘A few things I know about her’. ‘Miranagari’, her film on storytelling and the role of the artist in society woven around multiple narratives of the poet- Saint Mirabai. Funded by IFA (India Foundation for the Arts), won the Best Documentary, in the Mumbai International Film Festival, 2002 and the Special Jury Award at the Kara Film Festival, Karachi 2003.
Other award winning filmmakers she has collaborated with include Sabiha Sumar (who along with Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, won the Oscar for the short documentary “Saving Face’), as well as Prashant Bhargava whose fiction and documentary work has been supported by the Sundance Institute.