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Milind MahaleSchool: Annapurna College of Film and Media
Field of Teaching: Cinematography
Major Achievements: "Milind Mahale is a product of FTII, Pune, who has an eye for camera which shows in his vast experience in award winning art house cinema industry.
Milind Mahale is an Independent Cinematographer and Cameraman with over 17 years of professional Film & TV industry experience in all aspects of Film and Television production. Along with this, he also has 7 years of teaching experience in the same.
Prior to joining us here, he was part of the faculty for Cinematography at Digital Academy – The Film School, Mumbai, Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Production, in the department of Film & Television, School of Creative Arts, College of Humanities and Education at Fiji National University (FNU), Faculty in Cinematography at ICE (Institute of Creative Excellence) to name a few.
He has also been part of international films like the French Production, ‘The call of the yeti’ (‘Yeti, le cri de l’homme des neiges’) and the Swedish Production, ‘A human life’ (‘Ettmänskligt liv’). Milind has also worked as Operative Cameraman in multiple camera setups & also assisted in lighting for Talk-shows, Stand-up comedy shows, Chat-shows and Reality-shows like ‘Big Switch’, ‘Tele-dost’, ‘Great Indian Laughter Champions’, and ‘Iss Jungle Se MujheBachao’."
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