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Phanindra Narsetti

Born in Andhra Pradesh, India, 1988, he is a self-taught filmmaker who firmly believes that creativity cannot be taught. When he said his love for cinema to his family, he faced enormous pressure from them to get into a film institute or work under some filmmaker neither of which he believes in. So, he started his work from the scratch entering into global ad competitions and making short films. He won International awards twice for Mofilm in Goa and Kathmandu festivals, which has hosts like Jon Landau, Forest Whitaker, Jesse Eisenberg etc. in 2010 and 2011 consecutively, which bagged him a place in top 10 Mofilm Indian filmmakers at the very beginning of his career. He then understood the intensity and benefits of learning by self, the freedom to make mistakes and bettering the craft everyday. This made him to experiment more. So, he came out with an experiment with his very first short film Backspace, which he completely shot, edited and dubbed using only an IPhone 4s, which was the first of its kind then, which later inspired many other enthusiasts around him to take a dry run.




- Writer / Director / Editor


- Writer / Director / Editor

His works include :

1. Backspace (2012)

2. Madhuram (2014)

3. Her (2016)

4. Manu (2018)