KULDEEP SAH GANGOLA
Documentary Filmmaker, Editor and Instructor at New York Film Academy
Documentary Filmmaker - Director/Editor with a demonstrated history of working in the motion pictures and film industry. Award winning editor and story consultant. Instructor at the New York Film Academy.
Bageshwar, Uttarakhand - INDIA
GHOST VILLAGES OF HIMALAYAS
89 year old Ammaji lives alone in a nearly abandoned ghost village in the strikingly beautiful Himalayas of Uttarakhand,India. Like most of the younger generation, her children have moved to far away cities for jobs. But Ammaji refuses to leave her home, the only place her soul is happy, even in the face of encroaching leopards, relentless loneliness and raw, harsh conditions. She is invited to attend a village ceremony and she embarks on a tough journey and makes her way to the temple. On the day of the ceremony a leopard marks its gritty presence by killing a cow in the village.
Nov 26, 2019
Thrive Global, a publication started by Ariana Huffington interviews Kuldeep Sah Gangola about the work-life balance which was an integral part of his documentary - Ghost villages of Himalayas.
TIMES OF INDIA
Feb 19, 2019
Ghost villages of Himalayas finds national recognition in the portrayal of a deep rooted problem of migration in the state of Uttarakhand, India.
June 3, 2019
Ghost villages of Himalayas wins in the 'Best Documentary' section in New York at the Variety International Film Festival.
KULDEEP SAH GANGOLA
Instructor - New York Film Academy
Kuldeep Sah Gangola is an instructor at the New York Film Academy along with other industry professionals and leading experts in the field. He teaches the following programs :
One year documentary filmmaking program
6 weeks documentary filmmaking program
12 weeks digital editing
4 weeks intensive digital editing
Weekend BAFTA workshops
Masterclass on editing trailers : Crafting a Trailer with 'Kuldeep'
In these programs he teaches effective workflow; media management; basics of the software; technical aspects of editing; story building; basic color correction; consult on student's edits; critical feedback through discussion; engaging your audiences; deliverables, winding up a project and exporting.