Shomshuklla

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Shomshuklla
Shomshuklla.JPG
Shomshuklla in July 2013
Born
Kolkata, India
OccupationSinger, Poet, Playwright, Film Director
Websitewww.shomshuklla.co

Shomshuklla is an Indian film director, script writer, theatre personality, singer and writer.

Early life[edit]

Shomshuklla was born in Kolkata to Bengali parents, her father who was a student of Rabindranath Tagore at Shantiniketan and her mother who was a lecturer. Seven years later, she joined Dakshinee, an acclaimed music teaching institution to learn the music form 'Rabindra Sangeet'. In 1985, she met Bhaskar Das on a mini bus in Kolkata and tied the knot with him six months later. The couple had their only child, Uditvanu Das in 1989. It was in 1990 that she relocated from Kolkata to Ahmedabad and joined Krishnakant Parekh, a disciple of Pandit Jasraj to study and learn music. In 1995 she left Ahmedabad for Mumbai to embark on her creative career. In Mumbai she started learning classical music from the renowned Dr. Prabha Atre[1] from the year 1995 onwards.

Career[edit]

Music[edit]

Her first Indi Pop was Dhin Tara, produced by Times Music and released in 1998. Her second album Raahien was released in 2001 and a music video for it was shot in Corsica. A couple of years later in 2003, Shomshuklla released her first album of remixes titled ‘Glimpse’. Cafe Kalighat (2004) and Kolkata Jam (2006), her fourth and fifth albums, composed of Rabindra Sangeet fusion into the world music genre. Electrik was her second last album which released in 2005 and her last album as a singer ‘Sonic Frames’ released in 2008.[2] Shomshuklla released 2 Bengali modern song music albums Mukto Paakhi (2001) and Chuye Jete Moon (2003), as well.

Poetry[edit]

In 2006 she published poetry with Rupa Publications,[3] and released her first book ‘I Have Seen That Face Before’.[4] A year later, she wrote her second book of poetry, ‘Close Every Door’[5] with Rupa Publications and was launched by Award-winning lyricist and ad man Prasoon Joshi at Crossword in Mumbai.[6] Shomshuklla's third book of poems ‘Seconds Before Sunrise’ was published in 2009.[7] The honours were done by noted ad-man Piyush Pandey. Shomshuklla's fifth book of poems, Do Not Stand So Close To Me in 2009, was launched by Pritish Nandy.[8] During the launch she read some insightful poems about being a mother and her bond with her son. ‘Easy’, the 7th book of poetry by Shomshuklla, was launched in December 2013 at the famous Kitab Khana by Brinda Miller,[9] the famous canvas artist and lady behind the landmark KalaGhoda Arts Festival in Mumbai. The lucid words are accompanied alongside photographs by ace photographer and award-winning Cinematographer, Ritam Banerjee.[10]

Shomshuklla has also written two books of Bengali poetry, 'Chulta Elomelo'[11] (2009) in Kolkata and 'Ekti Manusher Khoje' (2012) launched by Sahitya Academy Award winner, Bani Basu and actor Nigel Akkara at the Kolkata Book Fair.[12]

Films[edit]

Sandcastle (2013)[edit]

Sandcastle was an independent film directed by Shomshuklla which released in India on 14 March 2014.[13] Conceptualized back in the year 2006, it is the story of Sheila, a home-maker, an aspiring writer and a loving mother. From an outsider's perspective, it would seem like she has the perfect life. Husband being an advertising maverick, she is part of the elite upper middle class of Indian society. The concept of Sandcastle reflects one's belief to be able to build a perfect life. The focus of the film is on women in urban India. The face of women in India has been changing over the ages into a form much more independent and in control of their individual destinies. Through Sandcastle, Shomshuklla aimed to show the two colliding worlds of acceptance and breaking out of the modern Indian woman.

Before its release in India, Sandcastlewas nominated in various categories at numerous international film festivals including the Tenerife International Film Festival, London International Film Festival and LA Femme International Feature. Ritam Banerjee's work on Sandcastle won it the best cinematography award at the Tenerife Film Festival.[14]

In the later part of 2014 the film competed as one of the entries for The Academy Awards, commonly known as The Oscars, from India for the 2015 Academy Awards selection.[15]

Chhutii Aar Picnic (Original Title : Picnic) (2013)[edit]

Chhutii Aar Picnic (A holiday and a picnic)[16] is an upcoming romantic drama directed by Shomshuklla starring Shahana Chatterjee, Uditvanu Das & Sohini Mukherjee Roy. The film is based on Rabindranath Tagore's popular romantic novella, Shesher Kobita,[17] one of his most popular novellas. Chhutii Aar Picnic has been nominated for Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Screenplay, Best Director and Best Feature Film categories at the Madrid International Film Festival held in July 2014.[18]

Hopscotch (2015)[edit]

Hopscotch[19] is a psychological thriller directed by Shomshuklla. Starring Sohini Mukherjee Roy, Hopscotch tells the story of a young woman who returns home one day to find that a childhood friend, she once lost, is back to play games with her. Hopscotch has received multiple nominations at the recently concluded Madrid International Film Festival, Tenerife International Film Festival and won numerous awards.

Tik Tok (2016)[edit]

Starring Mia Maelzer, Uditvanu Das and Sohini Mukherjee Roy, Tik Tok[20] is a surreal romance between a restaurateur and a journalist, directed by Shomshuklla. Tik Tok has won an award at the Nice International Film Festival for Best Original Screenplay.[citation needed]

White Bee (2016)[edit]

Starring Tanu Kurien Vaswani and Sumanto Chattopadhyay, White Bee[21] is a film where a couple meet, after a separation - perhaps for the last time. The woman seems vulnerable, broken by the failed marriage. The man appears blasé about the break-up. If he expresses any doubts, they are about the ability of his wife to cope with the big bad world outside the cocoon of marriage. But as the story unfolds, it emerges that the woman is resilient and it is he who is vulnerable - and needy of the shelter of their togetherness.

Mixed Medium (2017)[edit]

Starring Teesay, Mixed Medium[22] is a story of the artists portraying the difference between their real and reel life. It is a journey of how surreal their work and life is whereas in real life, a simple cup of coffee can enlighten their day. Life full of mixed mediums and a way they live their life sometimes artistically or sometimes intellectually. They may be in their dream world with full of aspirations but it's the rain that brings them to reality. It's a story of how they rehearse and perform for their stage show, and contradict to that how relax they like to be in their own space. Also, you will get the see how romance and love plays critical role in each day of their lives.

Flowers and Lap of a Rose (2017)[edit]

Starring Bharat Dabholkar and Ria Patel, Flowers and Lap of a Rose[23] is a story of an established poet and the magic of his verse. It's a story of finding a world in your dreams. One odd day something deep and romantic sensation pushed him and he decided to pen a new sonnet. As the poet started writing this new poem he began to sail in a reverie with this charismatic girl of obsession.

Murals (2017)[edit]

Starring Shomshuklla Das and Sumanto Chattopadhyay, Murals[24] is the story of a couple who were once lovers, meet in a resort after few years by chance. It is a mixed feeling of emotions. They went through the reason of their breakup and are eager to know about what would have happened in all these years of parting and are in a dilemma whether to get back into the relationship again.

The Bird (2018)[edit]

The Bird [25] is a story of a successful corporate woman, who suddenly realised the futility of her corporate life and plans to get back to her family.

Bunch Of Grapes (2018)[edit]

Starring Catherine Black and Sharmila Roy Choudhury, Bunch of Grapes [26] is a story of a mother and daughter. It is always unique how the relationship evolves between these two women characters. The relationship between two is complicated. It is never beautiful, but it is never too toxic. Have created difficulties between the two. No mother is happy with their daughters and vice versa.

Light Wraps Me (2018)[edit]

Starring Lipi Goyal and Archana Singh, Light Wraps Me [27] tells a story about how men are a gregarious animal. They have a different passion to live and absorb life. The film also builds the journey and characters of 3 women in search of love, life and existence in the form of their freedom and independence.

Theatre[edit]

She owns a theater company by the name of ‘Kali Theatre’[28] which was established in 2006. The company staged their first play ‘I Have Gone Marking’[29] to house-full halls at Prithvi Theatre in Mumbai. During this time, she also was the first artist to reinvent Rabindra Sangeet for global audiences with Kolkata Jam. In 2008, she performed her play ‘Sometimes’ in Kolkata to packed houses and just a year later she staged her play ‘Tonight I can write’ with her company Kali Theatre. This is one of the only theatre companies to have performed at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The play, ‘We Draupadi’s and Sitas’[30] premiered in 2011 on such a global stage. She continued to stage more plays with her troop such as Queen Mandodari, Roti Kapra Makan and Radio Epic[31] amongst others. Her latest play, ‘Oh Gandhari, Oh Kunti!’ showcased at the prestigious Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2013[32] held in Mumbai, India.

Filmography[edit]

Year Films Directed Notes
2013 Sandcastle Tenerife International Film Festival
  • Won: Best Cinematography (Ritam Banerjee)[33]
  • Nominated: Sandcastle - Best Cinematography, Best Supporting Actor, Best Female Lead, Best Feature Film


London International Film Festival

  • Nominated: Best Foreign Language Feature, Best Director of a Foreign Language Feature, Best Original Story, Best Cinematography[34]


LA Femme International Feature: Official Selection[35]

Madrid International Film Festival

  • Nominated: Best Story, Best Foreign Language Feature Film[36]


Mexico International Film Festival

  • Won: 2015 Bronze Palm Award - First Time Filmmaker[37]
2013 Chhutii Aar Picnic (Changed from original name : Picnic) Madrid International Film Festival
  • Won: Best Cinematography
  • Nominated: Best Original Screenplay of a Foreign Language Film, Best Supporting Actor (Female), Best Cinematography, Best Lead Actor (Male), Best Directing of a Foreign Language Film[38]


Columbia Gorge International Film Festival

  • Won: Best Cinematography[39]


International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema

  • Won: Best Male Lead (Uditvanu Das) in a Foreign Language Film[40]


Mexico International Film Festival

  • Won: 2015 Bronze Palm Award - Narrative Feature Competition[41]
2015 Hopscotch St. Tropez & Nice International Film Festival
  • Won: Best Original Screenplay for a Foreign Language Film[42]


Mexico International Film Festival

  • Won: 2015 Golden Palm - Best Narrative Feature[43]


Milan International Film Festival

  • Won: Best Actress, Sohini Mukherjee Roy[44]


International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema

  • Won: Best Actress, Sohini Mukherjee Roy[45]


Tenerife International Film Festival

  • Won: Best Actress, Sohini Mukherjee Roy[46]


Columbia Gorge International Film Festival

  • Won: Most Ambitious Feature Film[47]


International Horror Hotel Festival

  • Won: Suspense - Thriller Award[48]


Berlin International Film Festival

  • Won: Best Original Screenplay of a Foreign Language Film[49]
2016 Tik Tok St. Tropez & Nice International Film Festival
  • Won: Best Original Screenplay of a Feature Film[50]


Milan International Film Festival 2016

  • Won: Best Editing of a feature film[51]


Festival Angaelica 2016

  • Won: International Experimental Film[52]


Columbia Gorge International Film Festival 2016

  • Won: International Experimental Film[53]


London IFF 2017

  • Official Selection: Best Original Screenplay of a Feature Film[54]
2016 White Bee Madrid International Film Festival
  • Won: Best Actress, Tanu Kurien Vaswani[55]


Milan International Film Festival 2017

  • Nominated: Best Original Screenplay of a Feature Film,[56] Best Feature Film[57]


London International Film Festival 2018

  • Nominated: Best Story,[58] Best Lead Actor[59]


Mexico International Film Festival 2018

  • Won: Golden Palm Award[60]
2017 Mixed Medium Milan International Film Festival 2017
  • Won: Best Editing of a Feature Film, Priyank Yadav[61]
  • Nominated: Best Film,[62] Best Director,[63] Best Lead Actress, Lipi Goyal,[64] Best Cinematography in a Feature Film[65]


London International Film Festival 2018

  • Won: Best Original Screenplay of a Feature Film[66]
  • Nominated: Best Original Screenplay,[67] Best Cinematography,[68] Best Feature Film,[69] Best Supporting Actress,[70] Best Lead Actress[71]


Nice International Film Festival 2018

  • Nominated: Best Original Screenplay,[72] Best Feature Film,[73] Best Original Score,[74] Best Cinematography,[75] Best Lead Actress[76]
2017 Flowers and a Lap of Rose London International Film Festival 2017
  • Nominated: Best Feature Film,[77] Best Cinematography in a Feature Film [78]


Amsterdam International Film Festival 2018

  • Won: Best Director[79]
  • Nominated: Best Original Screenplay of a Feature Film,[80] Best Editing of a Feature Film[81]


Madrid International Film Festival 2018

  • Won: Best Director[82]
  • Nominated: Best Director,[83] Best Cinematography[84]


Berlin International Film Festival 2017

  • Won: Best Costume[85]


Festival Angaelica 2017

  • Won: Legacy Award - The Shom Award[86]


Mexico International Film Festival 2018

  • Won: Golden Palm Award for Narrative Feature [87]
2017 Murals London International Film Festival 2017
  • Nominated: Best Director,[88] Best Editing[89]


Madrid International Film Festival 2018

  • Won: Best Cinematography[90]


Nice International Film Festival 2018

  • Won: Best Editing of a Feature Film[91]
2018 The Bird Nice International Film Festival 2019
  • Won: Best Original Screenplay of a Feature Film[92]


Madrid International Film Festival 2019

  • Nominated: Best Editing of a Feature Film,[93] Best Cinematography in a Feature Film[94]
2018 Bunch Of Grapes London International Film Festival 2019
  • Won: Best Editing of a Feature Film[95]
  • Nominated: Best Director,[96] Best Editing of a Feature Film,[97] Best Cinematography in a Feature Film[98]


Mexico International Film Festival 2019

  • Won: Best Director[99]

Madrid International Film Festival 2019

  • Nominated: Best Editing of a Feature Film,[100] Best Story[101]

Milan International Film Festival 2019

  • Nominated: Best Editing of a Foreign Language Feature Film,[102] Best Story[103]
2018 Light Wraps Me Madrid International Film Festival 2019
  • Won: Best Visual Effects[104]
  • Nominated: Best Set Design[105]

Milan International Film Festival 2019

  • Nominated: Best Original Score,[106] Best Hair, Makeup & Body Design[107]

Books[edit]

Year of Launch Name of Poetry Book
2006 I Have Seen That Face Before
2007 Close Every Door
2009 Seconds Before Sunrise
2010 Chul Ta Elomelo
2011 Do Not Stand So Close To Me
2012 Ekta Manusher Khoje
2013 Easy

Music Albums[edit]

Year of Launch Album Name Notes
1998 Dhin Tara Hear the music
2001 Raahein Hear the music
2001 Mukto Paakhi Free bird (Bengali to English Translation). Shomshuklla's second Bengali modern songs album.
2003 Glimpse Hear the music
2003 Chuye Jete Moon The Inner Rhythm (Bengali to English Translation). Shomshuklla's first Bengali modern songs album.
2004 Café Kalighat Shomshuklla's first album with Rabindra Sangeet fusion into the world music genre.
2006 Kolkata Jam Shomshuklla's second album with Rabindra Sangeet fusion into the world music genre.
2006 Electrik Hear the music
2008 Sonic Frames Hear the music

Plays[edit]

Year of Launch Name of Play Notes
2006 I Have Gone Marking
2007 Flawless
2008 Sometimes
2009 Tonight I Can Write
2010 We Draupadis & Sitas Performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival[108]
2011 Queen Mandodari
2011 Radio Epic
2012 Roti Kapra Makaan
2013 Oh Gandhari, Oh Kunti

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