I think, at the end of the day, filmmaking is a team, but eventually there's got to be a captain.
Bikram Sikhar Roy was born in a town called Krishnanagar in West Bengal, India. At a young age, his interests bloomed towards fine arts and performing arts. He used to paint at a very childhood age.
Bikram studied literature at West Bengal State university along with Film Studies and Journalism & Mass Communication before going after his passion. He spent quite a bit of time being an assistant director for television. Bikram has also spent almost 6 years as an actor to work with numerous theatre groups and has acted in some TV soaps as well.
His student short has been awarded by Ooty Film Festival as the Best Film award and has been screened by various international festivals.
Bikram has also studied Filmmaking from NFTS, United Kingdom, and is still learning and improving his skills.
Bikram Sikhar Roy writes story, screenplay and dialogues. Which gives him more command over the ideas that he executes. Bikram is an 'SWA' member and an authorised writer of the Indian Film Industry.
Besides all these Roy is an artist who sketches storyboards all by himself. Being a professional storyboard artist he can easily create some visual story on paper and then executes the same on the screen.
College
Barrackpore Rashtraguru Surendranath College
Film Studies (Bachelor of Arts)
20142018
College
Film and Television Institute of India, Pune
A certificate course from FTII
2017
College
University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
An Introduction to Screenwriting from UEA
2019
High School
Barrackpore Government High School
20032014
Birth Date
December 24
Hometown
Kolkata
Gender
Male
Ethnicity
Indian
“Unlike all the other art forms, film is able to seize and render the passage of time, to stop it, almost to possess it in infinity. I’d say that film is the sculpting of time.”
— Andrei Tarkovsky
I think, at the end of the day, filmmaking is a team, but eventually there's got to be a captain.
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