In 2005, Shehnad Jalal graduated from the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute in Kolkata, India, with a three-year Post Graduate Diploma in Cinematography. He won his first cinematography award for his first feature, Chitrasutram (2010), at the Kerala State Film Awards. The following year, he won the Navaroze Contractor Award for the Best Documentary Cameraman at the 4th International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala for A Pestering Journey (2011). In 2011 he was one of the six emerging talents to represent India at Cannes film Festival 2011, a National Film Development Corporation, India initiative.

Accolades

Shehnad Jalal
Best Cinematography, 2017

Shehnad Jalal

Best Cinematography, 2017

Shehnad Jalal

Lady of the Lake (Loktak Lairembee)

In 2005, Shehnad Jalal graduated from the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute in Kolkata, India, with a three-year Post Graduate Diploma in Cinematography. He…

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Films

Lady of the Lake
2017

Lady of the Lake (Loktak Lairembee)

India
2017

Lady of the Lake (Loktak Lairembee)

Special Mention, Cultural Diversity Award Under the Patronage of UNESCO, 2017 In the North Indian state of Manipur, a depressed fisherman named Tomba comes across…

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