Chase (Eng)

Feb
16

Director: Sanjay Arora
Duration: 8 min 35 sec
Genre: Drama
Synopsis: A young man actively seeks happiness. Happiness eludes him, but keeps on dropping hints...

Shot on: Panasonic AG-HVX200
Edited with: Final Cut Pro
Approximate budget: $ 2000
Completed in: August 2008

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Director Bio

Sanjay Arora has been part of show business for more than 10 years. He started as a host at the All India Radio, and developed and hosted many programs targeting Indian youth. In between, he did many stage plays, mimes, and mono acting at several places in India. He has performed versatile roles in comedy skits, plays and family TV serials in Canada and India. He emigrated to United States 10 years ago. Even though he was working as a software engineer, his passion was always in acting and film making.

Sanjay has a Degree in Electronics Engineering and PG in Management. He did Diploma in Film Production from New York Film Academy, New York, and took courses in digital film editing from Detroit Film School, Michigan. He attended the India Today Acting School in Toronto, where he was trained by Roshan Taneja, Bombay's famous acting guru.

As an independent film maker, Sanjay has made experimental documentaries on Kurukshetra and Khajuraho (both in India), and on few European cities. He assisted in the production of the English short film People Movers and a commercial 35mm Telugu film Vennela which was shot in Detroit. Beside Chase, he has produced and directed two experimental short films named Patience and Expression.

Cast

Devam ( New York Film Academy,acting student)
Monika (Indian actress in New Jersy)
Leyla Erdogan (Turkish American Actress)
David Liu( American Actor)
Jojo Verdejo (American Actor)

Contact Info

E-mail: detroitfilm@gmail.com

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Average Rating by Registered Users

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Score: 4.0, Votes: 3

3 User Reviews
Anonymous (not verified)

nice concept

I didnt understand whats happening....

Kshitij-The Movie Guy

Halfway through, movie starts to seem a bit too long...could have been shorter....and some dialogues would have helped viewers to understand the situation...not always can a viewer understand what director is trying to show....

Kshitij-The Movie Guy

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