India | 14 MIN. 58 SEC. |Hindi
Virtual IMFF 2020 Screening Details:
Saturday, May 9 2020 |
Screening: 7.00pm - 8.15pm
A female frisking booth inside a crowded shopping mall stands as a silent ally to a forbidden romance.
Rohin Raveendran Nair
Rohin Raveendran Nair is an independent filmmaker and cinematographer based out of Mumbai, India. He holds a BA (Honours) in Journalism from University of Delhi. In 2016 he finished his specialization in cinematography from Film and Television Institute of India.
The Booth is the third short film directed by Rohin after 'Little Hands' and 'Paijana' (Anklet). Little Hands travelled to many reputed film festivals in India and abroad including Curtas Vila Do Conde (Portugal), Dharamshala International Film Festival. 'Paijana' was the winner of the international one-minute film festival, Filminute, in 2016 (jury was headed by Hsiao-Hsien Hou).
Rohin worked as the 2nd unit director, 2nd unit cinematographer on both seasons of India's first Netflix Originals, Sacred Games, directed by Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap.