Atul by Kamal Swaroop
Atul Dodiya’s oeuvre spans the vastness of the history of art and an in depth understanding and exploration of themes in India’s freedom movement. The Film follows his paintings and work to construct a story of the artist’s life, to understand the impulses and elements behind his art and his responses to the world around him.
Mumbai International Film Festival
Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Kerala
International Film Festival, Kerala
International Film Festival, Bhubaneswar
Guwahati Film Festival
Kamal Swaroop is a National Award and Filmfare Award winning film, television and radio director and screenwriter, who graduated from the Film and Television Institute in 1974, where his student works met with unusual international acclaim. He assisted Richard Attenborough in the filming of Gandhi. He has since made both documentary and feature films. Famously banned, a formal experimenter, Om-Dar-Ba-Dar (1988) is his master work.
- Cinematography: Riju Das
- Location Sound: Ved Chandra Madesia
- Editing: Renu Savant
- Sound Design: Gautam Nair
- Animation: Renu Savant
- Project Partner: Doordarshan