Shivendra Singh Dungarpur

  • Director

Aug 25, 1969  in Patna, Bihar, India

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Shivendra Singh Dungarpur is an award-winning Indian filmmaker, producer, film archivist and restorer. He is the Founder Director of Film Heritage Foundation, the only not-for-profit organization in India dedicated to preserving and restoring India`s film heritage. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF).

He made his first feature documentary "Celluloid Man" in 2012 that won two National Awards and travelled to over fifty festivals around the world. His second documentary "The Immortals" (2015) won the Special Jury Award for the Best Film at MIFF 2016. He has just completed his third documentary, a seven-hour epic titled "CzechMate - In Search of Jiri Menzel".

He has directed and produced almost 600 commercials, corporate films and short films under the banner of his production house Dungarpur Films. Over the years, he has also won several awards for his work in advertising.