Su wrote on 05 Feb 2009
Subhrajit Mitra is a Bengali film Director who started his career at the age of 18 as a documentary director for Doordarshan. At the same time he has completed his post graduate diploma in Computer science and engineering and a part time two years diploma course in Film-direction from National Institute of Film and Fine Arts. Till date he has directed six documentaries for Doordarshan; the national channel, a fifty-two episodes of a documentary-series on National network with joint production by ISRO (Indian space research organization), a corporate film for ONGC on CBM extraction project ,two corporate documentaries for BM Birla heart research center, and also for the Forest department and National institute of behavioral sciences.
Subhrajit has researched, scripted and Directed “WANGALA” – a documentary film on GARO tribes in the North east of the Himalayan foothill range, it was premiered with very much appreciation in ‘Document 2 film Festival’ (September 2004) in GLASGOW, Scotland, U.K. and Awarded as ‘Special Mention’ film in the ‘Golden Gate Fiction & Documentary Film Festival’ (December 2004) in San Francisco, USA and as ‘Integral Realization’ in the ‘Honolulu International Film Festival’.
Apart from this he has scripted and co-directed nine telefilms for various channels. Subhrajit has made quite a few commercials for some national brands and worked as the show-director for big TV events. Mon Amour: Shesher Kobita Revisited is his debut feature film. The film has got good reviews from audiences.