Awards

On the Brink – Season One

  • Purple Frog Episode
    • Nominated at the UN – We The Peoples Film Festival 2019
  • Red Panda Episode
    • Winner of the Best Wildlife Film Award at the Mountain Film Festival 2019
  • Asiatic Black Bear Episode
    • Nomination for Best Wildlife Film at the IMF Mountain Film Festival 2019
  • Grey Slender Loris Epsiode
    • Nomination for the Best Short Film Award at the 54th International Festival of Science Documentary Films Academia Film 2019
    • Nomination at the International Nature Film Festival Godollo 2019
  • Fishing Cat Episode
    • Nomination at the International Nature Film Festival Godollo 2019
  • Great Indian Bustard Episode
    • Nomination at the International Nature Film Festival Godollo 2019
    • Finalist of the Best Wildlife Conservation Film Award at the  Vatavaran Environment & Wildlife Film Festival 2019

 

Mrityubhoj – The Death Feast

  • Winner of the 65th National Film Award for Best Editing Award (Non Feature) given by the President of India
  • Jury Selection by the 21st Japan Media Arts Festival 2019
  • Winner of Best Indian Documentary at the 23rd Kolkata International Film Festival 2017
  • Winner of the Platinum Award for Best Short Documentary at the World Documentary Awards, 2018
  • Winner of the Platinum Award for Emerging Documentarian at the World Documentary Awards, 2018
  • Winner of the Golden Award for Best Story at the World Documentary Awards, 2018
  • Winner of the Best Documentary at the Chambal International Film Festival, 2018
  • Nominated for Best Documentary at the Ottawa Indian Film Festival, 2018
  • Nominated for Best Documentary at the South Asia Short Film Festival, 2018
  • Nominated for Best Documentary at the Silk Road International Film Festival, 2018
  • Nominated for Best Documentary at the San Mauro Torinese International Film Festival, 2018
  • Nominated for Best Social Documentary at the 4th Asia Rainbow Television Awards, 2018
  • Official Invite to MIFF Prism at the 15th Mumbai International Film Festival 2018
  • Official Invite to the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, 2018
  • Official Screening at the Habitat Film Festival, 2018
  • Official Screening at the 5th Woodpecker International Film Festival 2017

 

Urmi’s Cat

  • Winner of the Best Screenplay and Best Actress Awards at the GCECT International Film Festival, 2018
  • Winner of the Best Short Film Award at Virgin Spring Cine Fest, 2017
  • Nominated for Best Film at the 12th Calcutta International Cult Film Festival, 2017

 

The Parlour Boys

  • Nominated for the Scroll India People’s Choice Award, 2017

 

Manas – Return of the Giants

  • Winner of Best Film on Wildlife at the 9th CMS Vatavaran Film Festival 2017
  • Winner of Best Film on Wildlife at the Woodpecker International Film Festival 2016
  • Winner of Best Film on Asian Elephants at the International Elephant Film Festival, held at the UN Headquarters on the UN World Wildlife Day, 2016
  • Official Selection at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, 2016

 

India’s Wandering Lions

  • Green Oscar Finalist for the People & Animal Award and Creative Innovation Award at Wildscreen Festival, 2016
  • Nominated for Best Film at the Japan Wildlife Film Festival, 2018
  • Official Selection at WildViewTaiwan, 2018
  • Official Selection at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, New York, 2016
  • Official Screening at the 9th International Documentary & Short Film Festival of Kerela, 2016
  • Finalist for Best Film on People & Nature at the 13th Jacksonhole Wildlife Film Festival, 2015
  • Nominated for Best Film on Wildlife at the 8th CMS Vatavaran International Film Festival, 2015
  • Nominated for Best Film on Forests & Wildlife at the 3rd Woodpecker International Film Festival, 2015
  • Highly Commended Wildlife Film & Best Documentary (One Off) at the Asian Television Awards 2015
  • Official Screening at the 24th DC Environment Film Festival 2016 as part of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s Anthropocene: Life in the Age of Humans Series

 

Tigress Blood

  • Winner of the Best Editing Award (Non Fiction) at the 62nd National Film Awards given by the President of India
  • Winner of the Best Film on Forest and Wildlife in 2014 at the Woodpecker International Film Festival 2014
  • Nominated for Best Feature Documentary at the 38th International Wildlife Film Festival 2015
  • Nominated for Best Wildlife Film at the Asian Television Awards, 2014
  • Winner of the Wildlife Cinematography Encouragement Award & Nominated for Best Animal Behaviour Film at the 12th Japan Wildlife Film Festival, 2015
  • Special Screening at the 10th Kiloskar Vasundhara International Film Festival, 2016
  • Official Invite to the 40th International Ecology Festival, 2016
  • Official Screening at the Parco Della Brughiera Briantea, 2016
  • Official Screening at the 24th DC Environment Film Festival, 2016
  • Nominated for Best Film in the Indian Panorama at the 8th CMS International Children’s Film Festival, 2015
  • Placed at the Bud Werner Memorial Library for Award Winning International Wildlife Film

 

The Pad Piper

  • Winner Best Film on Science and Technology at the 61st National Film Awards given by the President of India
  • Invited by the UN for the 17th United Nations Association Film Festival, 2014
  • Highly Commended as the Best Social Awareness Film at the Asian Television Awards, 2014
  • Official Screening at the 1st UNAFF Traveling Film Festival Denver 2015
  • Nominated for Best Film on Livelihood at the CMS Vatavaran Film Festival, 2015
  • Nominated for Best Film at the China Women’s Film Festival, 2016
  • Official Screening at the 9th VIBGYOR International Short & Documentary Film Festival, 2014
  • Nominated at the 6th Jaipur International Film Festival 2014
  • Official Screening at the 1st New Taipei City Documentary Forum 2014

 

Indian Leopards: The Killing Fields

  • Ist Prize, Documentary Category, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation College TV Awards, Los Angeles, CA – Student Emmy, 2005
  • Best Film of the Festival Award, Vatavaran, 2005
  • Best Student Film, Explorer Club Documentary Film Festival, 2005
  • Award for Outstanding Presentation of an Important Environment/Wildland Issue at the 8th World Wilderness Congress in Alaska, 2005
  • Finalist in the Newcomer category at the Wildsouth Film Festival, 2005
  • Nominated in Asian Festival of First Films, 2005
  • Finalist, Best New Comer & Best Human Wildlife Interaction at the 27th International Wildlife Film Festival, 2004
  • Winner, Parthasarthy Award, International Film Festival on Parks, 2004
  • Awarded the ‘Outstanding Natural History Documentary’ Award at Rocky Mountain Science and Natural History Film Festival, 2004

 

Rajaji – A Forest by the Ganges

  • Winner Best Film – Biodiversity Category at the 6th CMS Vatavaran International Wildlife & Environment Film Festival, 2011

 

The Final Tide

  • UK Environment Film Fellowship 2008 – 09
  • Winner Best Film on Climate Change at the 5th Vatavaran Wildlife & Environment Film Festival, 2009

 

The Asiatic Lion – On a Roll Call

  • Winner Best Film on Wildlife Conservation at the Vatavaran Film Festival, 2009