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SANTANU CHATTERJEE

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMICS

Bengaluru Campus, Chennai Campus, Thiruvananthapuram Campus

SANTANU CHATTERJEE

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMICS

Before joining LVPA as Director of Academics, Santanu Chatterjee taught in the Cinema Division at Minneapolis College (MCTC) in Minnesota, USA, for sixteen years. He was the founding head of the Directing program at MCTC. He moved to Minneapolis from Colorado where he supervised a video and multimedia training program for Colorado Department of Corrections inmates. Santanu has also taught film production and screenwriting at the University of Malta in Europe, and sound recording/design as a teaching assistant at Syracuse University in New York. Originally from Kolkata, India, Santanu moved to the USA in 1983 to study filmmaking. He has an MFA in film from Syracuse University, New York. Santanu’s short film Rose From Concrete won first place at the Jaro/Peachtree Village International Film Festival in 2018. His 2010 short film, It Does Not Die won an Accolade Award. In 2015 Santanu received a Minnesota State Arts Board (MSAB) Cultural Community Partnership grant (in collaboration with Pangea World Theater in Minneapolis) to direct three experimental video pieces entitled: The Sufi Video Project. He has participated as a panelist on MSAB’s Artist Initiative Grant, and the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival’s Minnesota-Made Feature award. Santanu has also served as a director on the board of St. Paul Neighborhood Network, as a jury member on the University Film and Video Association’s Carole Fielding Grant panel, and the 6th Grand Prix International Video Dance competition sponsored by UNESCO. He received several Teaching Excellence awards during his tenure at MCTC.

PRACHEE MUKHERJEE

DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & EVALUATION

Chennai Campus

PRACHEE MUKHERJEE

DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & EVALUATION

An alumni of Syracuse University, New York (USA), Prachee has extensive experience in educational evaluation and assessment, as well as professional development, with a focus on improving pedagogy by using data about student experiences. Her work experience started with teaching in India, and after completing graduate studies in the USA, she worked in leadership positions in Colorado and Minnesota. As an evaluator, she has served on the MN State Arts Board’s annual grant-giving deliberation and recommendation processes. As a board member of Ananya Dance, she collaborated in strategic planning and implementation for the organization. Prachee is trained in numerous strategic planning and leadership building processes, from Baldrige to Covey’s Seven Habits to Courageous Conversations and The Art of Mindful Inquiry. She has facilitated and trained educators and administrators for a variety of purposes, from assessment and data literacy to impactful leadership. In the last few years, her focus has sharpened to naming and addressing structural inequities – from gaps in opportunity, access, and cultural capital to support – helping educators to perceive them and be moved into personal action in their sphere of professional practice to bring about changes.

LATA MURUGAN

HOD, Associate Professor of Direction

Chennai Campus

LATA MURUGAN

HOD, Associate Professor of Direction

She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Stella Maris College, Chennai and then pursued her interests in media at the Sophia Polytechnic, Mumbai in the Social Communications Media diploma course. Finding her passion for visual media, she studied Video and TV Production at Michigan State University, East Lansing and then graduated with an M.A. in Film Production from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles.

Moving to Southern Africa opened up opportunities to work with several international NGOs such as PSI (Populations Services International), UNIFEM and UNESCO in writing and directing educational films as well as TV commercials for advertising agencies. She spent the six years in Zambia and Zimbabwe also training students in various aspects of filmmaking as well as developing the curriculum and conducting short term courses for the UNESCO Zimbabwe Film and Video Training Project and the Media for Development Trust. She has also taught Radio and TV production at the Sophia Polytechnic, Mumbai and Film Production at the Srishti School of Art Design and Technology, Bengaluru.

For ten years, she taught film analysis to cinematography students as well as ideation and script development for feature films to screenwriting students at the Mindscreen Film Institute, Chennai. Guiding direction students on character development and creating non-fiction projects, has been her forte.

She is extremely passionate about sensitizing the next generation of filmmakers to gender issues in cinema.

M. A. MATHIAZHAGAN

HOD of Cinematography

Chennai Campus

M. A. MATHIAZHAGAN

HOD - CINEMATOGRAPHY

Mr. M. A. Mathiazhagan is Professor and HOD of Cinematography at L. V. Prasad Film & TV Academy. A film graduate in Cinematography from Film & Television Institute of Tamil Nadu, he has worked as an Associate Cameraman and second unit Cameraman for many feature films including Adhu, Aaha, Amma Ponnu, Anjaneya, Pachai Kudirai, Paying Guest (Hindi). He has been teaching and conducting workshops at various colleges in and around Chennai. His Short Film: WITH LITTLE RHYME AND NO REASON / 1991, participated in nearly 17 International film festivals. His other Short Films: KALO HARIN participated at IFFI, Hyderabad and NAANUN ORU PENN participated at IFFI, Goa. He has taught Cinematography at FTII, Pune and has been at L. V. Prasad Film & TV Academy for more than a decade.

M. VENKATESH

HOD of Sound Design and Music Production

Chennai Campus

M. VENKATESH

HOD of Sound Design and Music Production

Mr. M. Venkatesh is Professor and HOD of Sound Design and Music Production at L. V. Prasad Film & TV Academy. A graduate of the Film & Television Institute of Tamil Nadu, he comes with 25+ years of experience in the area of Film Pre-Production, Production and Post Production. He has worked as Location Sound Engineer for several National and International feature films, commercials and documentaries. Some of them are, “Maruthanayagam” produced by Padmashree Kamalahasan, “Minsara Kanavu” produced by AVM Productions and as Audio Consultant for the First Dolby SR Malayalam feature film, “Indraprastham”. His expertise includes Sound Design, Live Recording, Digital Film Restoration and Digital Audio Restoration.

V BALAKRISHNAN

PROGRAM DIRECTOR - SCREEN ACTING DEPARTMENT

Chennai Campus

V BALAKRISHNAN

PROGRAM DIRECTOR - SCREEN ACTING DEPARTMENT

V. Balakrishnan, Program Director of the Screen Acting Department at LVPA, Chennai, is an alumnus of Sri Ram Centre for Performing Arts (New Delhi) and the National School of Drama (New Delhi), as well as being the founder and artistic director of Theatre Nisha (Chennai). He was selected in an International Residency for Young Directors with the Royal Court Theatre, London. He has taught at the Balu Mahendra Insitute, LV Prasad Film and TV Academy, and Mindscreen. He has worked as an actor and director for over 25 years now and is empaneled with the ICCR as a Theatre Director.

DR. INDRANIL CHAKRAVARTY

Professor and HOD of Screen Writing & Screen Culture

Chennai Campus

DR. INDRANIL CHAKRAVARTY

Professor and HOD of Screen Writing & Screen Culture

Indranil Chakrabarty is Professor and HOD of Screen Writing & Screen Culture at LVPA. After completing BSc (Hons) in Statistics from Presidency College (Calcutta), he received a scholarship to study film direction and screenwriting at Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV (International Film & TV School) in Havana (Cuba). He did his PhD (Creative Practice – Screenwriting) from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Indranil has made short fiction films, documentaries and has authored several literary/ film fictional works. He was Professor of Screenwriting as well as Film Appreciation at Whistling Woods International (2006-2013), FTII (2013-2015) and has lectured at several universities around the world. Among his publications, The New Latin American Cinema (1998) is still used as a reference text in the MA (Film Studies) courses in India. Other books include India’s Audiovisual Market: An Analysis (2004) and has co-edited an anthology of literary criticism in Spanish, Redescubriendo a Tagore (“Rediscovering Tagore”, Sahitya Akademi, 2011). He was Project Coordinator of the European Union-India Screenwriting Programme (1998-2000) and Convener of the First All-India Screenwriters’ Conference at FTII (2006). He writes and publishes in English, Bengali and Spanish.

ANGEL PHILOMENA

Assistant Professor - Direction Department

Chennai Campus

ANGEL PHILOMENA

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - Direction Department

Angel Philomena is native of Chennai. A post graduate in Public Administration, she graduated from the Film and Television Institute Of Tamil Nadu. Angel has worked in various capacities with numerous professionals in the industry, such as Suhasini, Mani Ratnam, and Revathy. She worked as assistant director to P. C. Sreeram for the film “Vaanam Vasapadum”. Angel also has Post Production Director experience, working on a tele-series for Madras Talkies, as well as direction experience from a few television episodes, documentaries and educational films. She has been a guest lecturer at various institutions. Currently, she is Head of the South Indian Film Women’s Association based in Chennai. In 2018, Angel joined as direction department faculty at LVPA Chennai.

ANIRBAN LAHIRI

Associate Professor - Cinematography Department

Chennai Campus

ANIRBAN LAHIRI

Associate Professor - Cinematography Department

Anirban Lahiri began his career in cinema as a film critic back in the early years of the 21st Century. With a background in Comparative Literature and a Masters in Film Studies, he had worked as Producer in TV channels, contributor to the culture and entertainment pages of leading dailies and technical translator before he joined L V Prasad Film & TV Academy as a student of Cinematography.

During his days in Chennai, Anirban got extremely interested in bridging Culture Studies and Filmmaking. He started working as an Editor for DearCinema, the first Indian portal for World Cinema at the same time.

After graduating from Prasad, he assisted leading Cinematographers in Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai for three years. Among his bosses and mentors, the working style of Rafey Mahmood influenced him mostly.

Anirban specialized in Documentaries and TV Commercials as Cinematographer, with four feature length documentaries and 20 commercials. Among his latest works, Kick and Tell was an official selection in the Toronto Film Channel Awards.

He taught Cinematography, Film Direction and Film Appreciation & Theory at Digital Academy, Ramesh Sippy Academy of Cinema and Entertainment and Atharva Institute of Film & Television in Senior Faculty Positions for 10 years. He also wrote extensively on visualization, staging & blocking and technical matters in cinema during these years, primarily as the Executive Editor of Film Perspectives, first technical education magazine in print from India.

As a teacher, his expertise lies in script visualization, staging & blocking, lighting with minimalistic approaching, documentary, film history and film theory.

Anirban loves coding, traveling, music, learning new languages and martial arts.

SURENDARN SELVAMANI

Assistant Professor - Cinematography Department

Chennai Campus

SURENDARN SELVAMANI

Assistant Professor - Cinematography Department

Surendarn Selvamani is Assistant Professor in the Cinematography Department. He has a post-graduate Diploma in Cinematography from LVPA. He has worked in three Tamil movies as Associate Cinematographer, with Cinematographer Ramji and Imran. He has worked on more than 22 short films, several ad films, documentaries and corporate videos. He is well versed in Colour Grading in Da Vinci Resolve.

KARTHIK ELANGOVAN

Lab Advisor - Editing Department

Chennai Campus

KARTHIK ELANGOVAN

Lab Advisor - Editing Department

Karthik has been Lab Advisor at LVPA since July 2019. He has a B. Sc. In Visual Communication and has worked as media coordinator for a talk show in Makkal TV (Vizhithezhu Thamizha) , as Associate Editor in Tamil films (Padam Parthu Kathai Sol, EEGO) and Associate Editor and Editor for Ad Films.

Bengaluru Campus – for Diploma Program

SANTANU CHATTERJEE

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMICS

Bengaluru Campus, Chennai Campus, Thiruvananthapuram Campus

SANTANU CHATTERJEE

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMICS

Before joining LVPA as Director of Academics, Santanu Chatterjee taught in the Cinema Division at Minneapolis College (MCTC) in Minnesota, USA, for sixteen years. He was the founding head of the Directing program at MCTC. He moved to Minneapolis from Colorado where he supervised a video and multimedia training program for Colorado Department of Corrections inmates. Santanu has also taught film production and screenwriting at the University of Malta in Europe, and sound recording/design as a teaching assistant at Syracuse University in New York. Originally from Kolkata, India, Santanu moved to the USA in 1983 to study filmmaking. He has an MFA in film from Syracuse University, New York. Santanu’s short film Rose From Concrete won first place at the Jaro/Peachtree Village International Film Festival in 2018. His 2010 short film, It Does Not Die won an Accolade Award. In 2015 Santanu received a Minnesota State Arts Board (MSAB) Cultural Community Partnership grant (in collaboration with Pangea World Theater in Minneapolis) to direct three experimental video pieces entitled: The Sufi Video Project. He has participated as a panelist on MSAB’s Artist Initiative Grant, and the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival’s Minnesota-Made Feature award. Santanu has also served as a director on the board of St. Paul Neighborhood Network, as a jury member on the University Film and Video Association’s Carole Fielding Grant panel, and the 6th Grand Prix International Video Dance competition sponsored by UNESCO. He received several Teaching Excellence awards during his tenure at MCTC.

NIRANJAN THADE

DEAN - ACADEMICS

Bengaluru Campus

NIRANJAN THADE

DEAN - ACADEMICS

Graduating from India’s premier film school – FTII, Niranjan won a National Award for his Diploma Film (Chakkar Chanduka Chameliwala) leading him to explore different aspects of filmmaking. Since then, Niranjan has extensively worked as Producer & Director, Director of Photography and Concept Developer & Writer for Films, Documentaries, Multicam TV Shows, Telefilms & TV Serials. His films have won awards & accolades at various International Film Festivals. He also has been a Selection Committee Member & Head of the Jury. Passionate about films & related media as an audio-visual language, Before joining LVPA Niranjan was Head of Operations – Admin & Academics at MIT School of Film & Television, a constituent of MIT Art, Design & Technology University. He has also been conducting workshops as Visiting Faculty at film schools across India. Niranjan enjoys sharing his experiences and understanding of Films, Television, OTT & related media with his students and has been doing it since 2008.

SANDIPP

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - CINEMATOGRAPHY

Bengaluru Campus

SANDIPP

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - CINEMATOGRAPHY

“Cinematographer is a hero with splendid outdoor shots in some marvellous locations.” said a critic in review of Sandipp’s work in film “RANG” which was a Tulu language blockbuster. Sandipp believes that his interest in the Urdu poetry, Bengali literature and Hindustani classical music enriches his understanding of art & craft of cinematography, which he loves to share with his students.

Sandipp graduated from the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI), Calcutta, in Cinematography. He cherishes the fortuitous association he has had with the legendary cinematographer Subrata Mitra at SRFTI. Sandipp has worked on Feature Films, Television Programmes, Commercials and Music Videos. His penchant for the visual language has given him a variety of opportunities to explore different formats for the narrative, documentary and other forms of storytelling.

Sandipp has been active in Film Academics as Faculty in Cinematography at Ramoji Academy of Film & Television, Hyderabad since 2001 for 10 years.

Bengaluru Campus – for Certificate Program

G. S. BHASKAR

HOD – CINEMATOGRAPHY

certificate programs

G. S. BHASKAR

HOD – CINEMATOGRAPHY

G. S. Bhaskar is a Cinematographer who has worked in many major feature film projects. He was a second camera assistant in the Academy Award winning feature film Gandhi (1982). Bhaskar has also worked as a cinematographer in acclaimed feature films including Saaz (1997), Nagamandala (1996), Accident (2008) and Koormavatara (2011).

ANANYA KASARAVALLI

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - DIRECTION

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ANANYA KASARAVALLI

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - DIRECTION

Ananya Kasaravalli is an Alumnus of L. V. Prasad Film & TV Academy. Born into a family of film makers, her interest in film making comes naturally. She is a successful actor in films, tv and theater. As a young Director Ananya has won many awards for her short films and documentaries including Wasiyat Nama, Beyond Binary and Kappu Kallina Shaitan.

PRASHANT PANDIT

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - EDITING

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PRASHANT PANDIT

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - EDITING

Prashant Pandit has edited many films including Paddayi, a National Award winning Tulu film. His other credits include short films and documentaries – Somanathapura Devalaya, Swantha Chitra, Kivimaatu, Girish Kasaravalli – Belli Hejje and Churukumara.With a Diploma in Film Direction from FTII and a Master’s Degree in Communication Studies from University of Pune, he has been a freelance screenwriter, consultant and director. He has made a number of ad films for Advertising Agencies like O&M, Bates, Ambience and corporate videos for ITC, IPOL etc. He has written various screenplays, which includes feature scripts for CHOR CHOR SUPER CHOR (2013), URBAN MOON (pre-production), which was an official selection for the producer’s lab at International Film Festival of Rotterdam and directed and edited the feature-length documentary MEMORIES AND FORGETFULNESS for PSBT, wrote and directed a number of short fiction and experimental films. He had worked as the Creative Head for Feature Films at Katson Motion Pictures Pvt Ltd, Mumbai.

VINOD RAJA

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - CINEMATOGRAPHY

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VINOD RAJA

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - CINEMATOGRAPHY

Vinod Raja graduated from the Film and Television Institute of India with a specialization in Cinematography in 1985. He has worked as a Cinematographer for many documentaries for International television channels. As part of Grass Roots Media, a film collective, Vinod has been making short documentaries on livelihood, environment, appropriate technologies, renewable clean and safe energy resources for various organisations. Some of his well-known films are ‘Toli Chinuka’ (1990), ‘The Bee, The Bear and the Kuruba’ (2001) and ‘Mahua Memoirs’ (2007).

MARK REDDY

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - SOUND

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MARK REDDY

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - SOUND

With over 12 years’ experience in the field of audio production, and a specialization in sound design, Mark Reddy has been running a sound design company that caters to film makers and game designers since 2012. His passion for excellence in sound design has allowed him to work on over 100 film projects, including Ad films, Short films, Documentaries, TVCs, Web Series, Interviews and Feature Films.

SHREYANK NANJAPPA

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - SOUND

certificate programs

SHREYANK NANJAPPA

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - SOUND

Shreyank Nanjappa is a Sound Recordist & Designer based in Bangalore, India. He is an alumnus of the Film and Television Institute of India. He has collaborated on numerous films where he has worked as a Production Sound Mixer, Dialogue Editor, Sound Effects Editor. Some of the films that he has worked on have been screened at prestigious film festivals around the world including the Cannes Film Festival and the Berlin Film Festival.

UTTHANA BHARIGHAT

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR – SCREENWRITING

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UTTHANA BHARIGHAT

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR – SCREENWRITING

Utthana Bharighat is a screenwriter, actor and director who works in films and theatre. He graduated from FTII, Pune, as a topper. He believes that teaching art is just another way to create art. He feels his classical music training is helping him to be an effective instructor in class.

Thiruvananthapuram Campus – For Diploma & Certificate Program

SANTANU CHATTERJEE

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMICS

Bengaluru Campus, Chennai Campus, Thiruvananthapuram Campus

SANTANU CHATTERJEE

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMICS

Before joining LVPA as Director of Academics, Santanu Chatterjee taught in the Cinema Division at Minneapolis College (MCTC) in Minnesota, USA, for sixteen years. He was the founding head of the Directing program at MCTC. He moved to Minneapolis from Colorado where he supervised a video and multimedia training program for Colorado Department of Corrections inmates. Santanu has also taught film production and screenwriting at the University of Malta in Europe, and sound recording/design as a teaching assistant at Syracuse University in New York. Originally from Kolkata, India, Santanu moved to the USA in 1983 to study filmmaking. He has an MFA in film from Syracuse University, New York. Santanu’s short film Rose From Concrete won first place at the Jaro/Peachtree Village International Film Festival in 2018. His 2010 short film, It Does Not Die won an Accolade Award. In 2015 Santanu received a Minnesota State Arts Board (MSAB) Cultural Community Partnership grant (in collaboration with Pangea World Theater in Minneapolis) to direct three experimental video pieces entitled: The Sufi Video Project. He has participated as a panelist on MSAB’s Artist Initiative Grant, and the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival’s Minnesota-Made Feature award. Santanu has also served as a director on the board of St. Paul Neighborhood Network, as a jury member on the University Film and Video Association’s Carole Fielding Grant panel, and the 6th Grand Prix International Video Dance competition sponsored by UNESCO. He received several Teaching Excellence awards during his tenure at MCTC.

K G JAYAN

HOD - CINEMATOGRAPHY

Thiruvananthapuram Campus

K G JAYAN

HOD - CINEMATOGRAPHY

Since his graduation in Cinematography from FTII, he has been working in feature films and documentaries in Malayalam and other languages. He has won the National Film Award for Best Cinematography for the documentary 18th ELEPHANT and State Film Awards for DANI and SOOFI PARANJA KATHA. He has also won State Television Award for his works. He has been working in C-Dit as Deputy Director since 1990, and teaching visual media in and outside Kerala. He was involved in various television programmes like ENTE KERALAM, SASTHRA KAUTHUKAM etc. He has served in various film award committees and other positions which either judged the visual sensibility or set up institutions towards a better visual literacy.

BIJU V SUKUMARAN

HOD - EDITING

Thiruvananthapuram Campus

BIJU V SUKUMARAN

HOD – EDITING

After his post-graduation in Editing from FTII, he has been working in feature films and documentaries. He was one of the jury members for Kerala State Film Awards 2019. He was Faculty-in-Charge of Video Editing Department in FTII Pune from 2006 to 2012. He has organized about 75 workshops and seminars for Post Graduate certificate courses, short term courses, training programs for Doordarsan employees. He has also served as Course coordinator for Post-Production Training programs for TV professionals. He worked as editor in Centre for Development of Imaging Technology (C-DIT), Thiruvanathapuram. He has edited non-fiction programs and promos for different Government agencies like I&PRD and he was part of the Visual Communication Team for Sutharaya Keralam. He was course consultant in Kerala Media Academy (An autonomous body under government of Kerala). He was in the external experts’ panel of KR Narayanan Institute of Visual Science and Arts, responsible for setting question papers, conducting practical exams and evaluations.

ARUN BOSE

PROFESSOR - Direction

Thiruvananthapuram Campus

ARUN BOSE

PROFESSOR - Direction

Arun Bose is an Indian film director, screenwriter, editor and producer. He made his directorial debut with the critically and commercially successful Malayalam feature film ‘Luca’ staring Tovino Thomas (2019). He has also produced, scripted, photographed and directed an indie Tamil feature film titled ‘Alaiyin Thisai’.

His one minute short film ‘My Paper Boat’ was the winner at ‘One Minute to Save the World’ film contest for UNO Copenhagen Climate Change Conference 2010 at Denmark, awarded by an international jury including director Shekar Kapoor.

ANANDU K RAMESHAN

PROFESSOR - EDITING

Thiruvananthapuram Campus

ANANDU K RAMESHAN

PROFESSOR - EDITING

Anandu is a graduate from Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute . A passionate cinephile with a keen eye for cinematic images, he has assisted in few commercials and also worked briefly as a colorist in Kolkata. A follower of ‘real imitates reel’, he is interested in observing the rhythm of life which he, in turn, uses in his craft. In a world which is ever-more affected by moving images, he hopes to make films that matter.

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