An avid movie-watcher, occasional actor and self-taught cinematographer, editor and director, Shyam made his foray into serious filmmaking with a documentary film called Wealth from Waste, commissioned by CIFT (Central Institue of Fisheries Technology), which he wrote, directed and edited in 2006. He hasn’t looked back since and has one feature film and several short films to his credit. He is specializes in “no-budget” filmmaking, and takes credit for making India’s first full length guerilla feature film, Onan (2009), a one-of-a-kind collaboration among 15 filmmakers and film lovers from 7 countries around the world. CLICK HERE for Shyam’s IMDB listing.
Here are some short films he has worked on:
A CELEBRATION OF MALAYALAM CINEMA (2012)
JACK DANIELS (2012)