ABOUT KULDEEP SAH GANGOLA

 

Born in the city of Bageshwar, India Kuldeep moved to Nainital a the age of 4 due to lack of educational infrastructure in the state of Uttarakhand. Kuldeep was schooled at St. Joseph's College one of the most prestigious institutions in the country. He moved to Pune in 2014 and pursued business studies in Christ College, Pune while he travelled around India showcasing and documenting people, lifestyle and culture in various cities. His exhibition was widely credited for the captured essence of India. At an early age he started to work for awareness campaigns, video production houses and fashion shows. He was accepted at the New York Film Academy and did his further studies in Documentary Filmmaking. His documentary film 'Ghost villages of Himalayas' was widely praised and bought the state of Uttarakhand and its migration epidemic under a global spotlight. The film won special accolades and recognition within the nation as well as awards across the world. It was showcased at multiple platforms, educational institutions, prime level universities, film festivals as well as in research work by scholars in India. 

 

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS

 

Featured in Times Of India as an emerging filmmaker

2019 - Collective Audience Critics Award

2019 - Director/editor - Best documentary

Habitat Film Festival
PSA International film Festival
Variety International Film Festival

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