In a world of noise, Anthony Ruban finds the perfect sound that truly resonates with a film.
Anthony Ruban is a sound engineer with the Indian film industry, who fully believes that sound encapsulates a film’s true essence. Ruban improvises his audio techniques to match the subject of the film so that the end effect is one that is as intrinsic to the film’s plot as the script itself.
Having completed his undergraduate degree in Physics from Loyola College in Chennai, Ruban soon discovered he wished to do more in the world of audio and films.
Exploring the variances in sound to make brilliant distractions in cinema that vibe with an entire script, Sanjay Chaturvedi is a sound designer with a difference.
A versatile film aficionado who decided to make a profession out of his passion for cinema, Sanjay Chaturvedi has been delighting audiences with his powerful sound techniques on the big screen for several years now.
Sanjay Chaturvedi completed his degree in Sound Recording and Design from the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute in Kolkata.
Christopher Burchell has been working with sound as a medium of for the last 17 years.
In 2014, Christopher was awarded the MIFF National Award for Best Sound Recording for ‘Have You Seen The Arana?’, directed by Sunanda Bhat, and in 2017 he was awarded the National Film Award for Best On-Location Sound Recording for ‘Remembering Kurdi’, directed by Saumyananda Sahi.