Sonia’s short film Shifting Sands on Goa's traditional fishing community screened at Festival Pecheurs du Monde, France. She has worked as producer on documentary films and produced feature shows for news channels including NDTV and CNBC-TV18.
Mamta is the recipient of the National Film Awards for Fried Fish, Chicken Soup & a Premiere Show(CPH:DOX; International Jury Award, MIFF; John Abraham National Award, SIGNS), Colours Black (Grand Prix, 9th Biennial of Moving Images, Geneva), Sisters Inc. (BBC World series), www.thelastmileselco.in (one of India’s first interactive films). Her collaborative works include videos for The Western Suburb: Installation on Sweatshops of Cinema (featured at Berlin Film Festival 2010 for the Cinema City project) and Art is/East Africa and Art is/India with artist George Quasha (for Guggenheim supported video series Art Is).
Saumyananda was cinematographer for the award winning Eeb Allay Ooo directed by Prateek Vats. He was nominated for the 2018 Asia Pacific Screen Award for Achievement in Cinematography for Balkempa directed by Ere Gowda. He won the MIFF National Award for Best Cinematography for Have You Seen the Arana? directed by Sunanda Bhat. Saumyananda was the winner of the IDSFFK Navroze Contractor Award for Best Documentary Cinematographer for Rangbhoomi directed by Kamal Swaroop. His non-fiction directorial debut, Small Things, Big Things, premiered as part of the official selection of Hot Docs.
Rikhav won the Marathi Filmfare Award for Best Editor for Court directed by Chaitanya Tamhane. He was editor on National Film Award winning Fried Fish, Chicken Soup & A Premiere Show directed by Mamta Murthy. Rikhav also edits art installation videos.
Christopher is the recipient of the MIFF National Award for Best Sound Recording for Have You
Seen The Arana? directed by Sunanda Bhat as well as the National Film Award for Best On-Location Sound Recording for Remembering Kurdi, directed by Saumyananda Sahi. A student of painting, Christopher has illustrated a story Without Permit, Entry Prohibited by Vidyun Sabhaney, Christopher Burchell, as part of India’s first non-fiction graphic novel; First Hand Graphic Narratives from India, Volume 2 -Exclusion.
Sanjay Maurya, Allwin Rego
The duo have worked on a prolific range of films that include Super 30, Nachom-ia-Kumpasar, Kahaani (Filmfare Award for Best Sound Design), Queen.
Nalini Elvino de Sousa
Nalini’s latest film Special Envoy explores the life and times of Goan intellectual Aquino de Bragança and his bond with erstwhile African colonies in their struggle for independence. She is a regular contributor to Hora dos Portugueses on Portuguese channel RTPi, a series about the Portuguese-speaking world. Nalini runs a NGO and is a Portuguese language teacher in Goa.
Additional Location Sound - Ankur Chaudhary, Adrien Roche, Prateek Vats
Music - Sameer Phaterpekar
Additional Camera - Vikas Urs, Adrien Roche
Colourist - Srikanth Kabothu