Ridham Janve is a graduate from India’s National Institute of Design. Ridham has worked across a variety of mediums of art, design and cinema and his films often blend fiction with reality. He directed short films including Major Ka Farewell (2010), Prataha Smaran (2011) and Kanche Aur Postcard (2013). The latter was an official selection in the Indian Panaroma at the International Film Festival of India in 2013 and represented India at the SAARC film festival in Colombo. The Gold-Laden Sheep and The Sacred Mountain is his debut feature film and was nominated for Best Feature Film at the 2019 APSA ceremony and screened at festivals including Rotterdam, Mumbai and Hong Kong where it was awarded the FIPRESCI Prize for assembling a narrative that blends nature and spirituality into an irresistible and immersive flow.

Accolades

Ridham Janve
Young Cinema Award, 2019

Ridham Janve

Young Cinema Award, 2019

Ridham Janve

The Gold-Laden Sheep and The Sacred Mountain (Sona Dhwandi Bhed Te Suchha Pahad)
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Akshay Singh and Ridham Janve
Best Feature Film, 2019

The Gold-Laden Sheep and The Sacred Mountain (Sona Dhwandi Bhed Te Suchha Pahad)

Best Feature Film, 2019

The Gold-Laden Sheep and The Sacred Mountain (Sona Dhwandi Bhed Te Suchha Pahad)

In Dhauladhar in the Upper Himalayas, an old shepherd and his servant manage the sheep and goats in solitude. After an Air Force jet crashes…

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Films

The Gold-Laden Sheep and The Sacred Mountain
2019

The Gold-Laden Sheep and The Sacred Mountain (Sona Dhwandi Bhed Te Suchha Pahad)

India
2019

The Gold-Laden Sheep and The Sacred Mountain (Sona Dhwandi Bhed Te Suchha Pahad)

In Dhauladhar in the Upper Himalayas, an old shepherd and his servant manage the sheep and goats in solitude. After an Air Force jet crashes…

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