Avinash Arun is a Director and Cinematographer from Maharashtra, India. Born in the textile town Solapur in 1985 in a middle class Maharashtrian family, he started assisting in FTII Diploma films at the age of 16. He eventually graduated in Cinematography from FTII in 2011. In 2010, his school project The Light and Her Shadows won him the cinematography award in Kodak film school Competition.  His diploma film Allah Is Great was the official entry from India for Student Oscars. It also won several awards including the National award in 2012. Avinash has worked on Kai Po Che! (Berlinale Panorama section 2012), Deool (National Award winner 2011). Killa is first feature film as director. He is also the cinematographer on this film.

Accolades

Madhukar R Musle and Ajay G Rai and Alan McAlex and Sajid Mansuri and Akshay M Musle and Avinash Arun
Best Youth Film, 2014

The Fort (Killa)

Best Youth Film, 2014

The Fort (Killa)

Coping with the recent death of his father, 11-year-old Chinu moves to a small Konkan town from a big city because of his mother’s job…

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Films

The Fort
2014

The Fort (Killa)

India
2014

The Fort (Killa)

Coping with the recent death of his father, 11-year-old Chinu moves to a small Konkan town from a big city because of his mother’s job…

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