Kshitij Sheetak, a Panasonic Mentor, an enthusiastic ﬁlmmaker, and photographer, has been working in the ﬁeld of ﬁlm-making and photography for more than a decade. With 10+ years of experience in the ﬁeld, he has contributed a lot in the process of film-making, from pre-production to post-production of many significant projects. He has proven his skill through his fantastic work on several diversiﬁed projects ranging from corporate ﬁlms and documentaries to feature ﬁlms. He also specializes in travel filming and has delivered some great work in the same.
Kshitij runs a production house called The Good Karma Inc., which has been providing production and photography services to many small and big clients over the years. He owns and knows his way around his gears, which are the top professional cameras. Currently, his collection includes a number of cameras, gimbals, and drones.
Till now, his journey has been incredible and a great learning experience for him as well as his peers. He is frequently traveling around India and the world teaching young and old ﬁlmmakers and photographers better techniques, not just through technology but through better storytelling ideas.
Zoya Akhtar is an Indian film director and screenwriter. After completing a diploma in filmmaking from NYU, she assisted directors such as Mira Nair, Tony Gerber and Dev Benegal, before turning writer-director in her own right. Akhtar is the recipient of several accolades, including three Filmfare Awards.
She has directed movies such as Luck by Chance , Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and Sheila Ki Jawani, a segment of Bombay Talkies. She has co-written Talaash alongside Reema Kagti. She then went on to direct Dil Dhadakne Do and Gully Boy.
Jay Oza had an impressive career with some exceptional projects under his belt, including the more recent hits, Gully Boy and Made in Heaven. Hailing from Baroda, Gujarat, Jay was majoring in art history and aesthetics when he decided to take a stab at filmmaking by interning as a set PA over his summer breaks. A rather decisive move back then, Jay was essentially exploring his creative options due to his distaste of ever working a regular 9 to 5.
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