Director and Writer
Our prehistoric relationship to the forest is atmospherically invoked in this documentary about a small Indian village and the tales its inhabitants tell of the whispering trees.
Village in the Western Ghat mountain range provides the location for Sohil Vaidya’s contemplative look at the ancient bond between people and trees, Murmurs of the Jungle.
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Film-maker Sohil Vaidya, screening three of his short films, Difficult People, The Timekeeper and Geeta, following this up with a discussion with Vaidya, winner of the prestigious Directors Guild of America(DGA) Student Award, 2018 for Difficult People.
Sohil Vaidya's cinema is an effortless culmination of culturally grounded yet Universally relatable stories
Interview With Platfrom Magazine
There is something subtly unique about Sohil Vaidya’s cinema and perhaps this uniqueness is seeped in his effortless culmination of culturally grounded yet universally relevant stories.
Interview With We Are Moving Stories
This documentary talks about the value of preserving the old. It's about accuracy, variety and the durability of the analog clocks in the era of digital totality. Mr. Deshpande's workspace in itself is visually stunning to watch. The doc is a short byte-sized piece which provides a glance into something new and unique.
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BAFTA Selects 40 young talented filmmakers from around the world to join the newcomers LA initiative.
Sohil won the Directors Guild of America(D.G.A) Award for Best Student film for his thesis 'DIFFICULT PEOPLE'.
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Difficult People (Kashmakash), by 29-year-old Sohil Vaidya, focuses on graffiti artists in Mumbai and examines the dilemma faced by urban youth today
Interview With Voyage LA
Pather Panchali opened the doors for me to research, learn and experience world cinema. Great filmmakers like Paul Thomas Anderson, Scorsese, Wong Kar Wai, Kubrick deeply impacted me. I started believing that anyone who has a story to tell from the depth of their heart can make a great film with a deeper understanding of craft and vivid observation about the world surrounding them.
Review of Geeta by Indie Short Magazine
As the film draws to a close, it becomes hard to miss the cyclic narrative as we see Geeta standing at the very same window, meekly, this time, however, resigned to her fate. ‘Geeta’ is a testament to the collective injustice that exists in the society and how even the educated, well-informed individuals of the so-called modern and developed world remain entrapped in it, much like Geeta herself…
Interview With Viddsee
Sohil Vaidya's films have always been adamant in getting a message across. His most recent short-film, 'Geeta', tells the story of a young girl who suffers from modern-day slavery - trapped in a home with no escape under the pretext of domestic help.
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