Paramita Roy is a filmmaker and her film credits include short films, TV commercials, and features. She is recognised for her work in the Canberra Times, and the NT News. An alum of Australian Film, Television, and Radio School (AFTRS) Paramita is currently close to completion of a Masters Program in screenplay writing. Although she works as a freelance filmmaker, her true passion lies in the dark comedy projects. In addition to filmmaking, she teaches at the Swinburne University. Born in Kolkata, Paramita has lived and worked in Canada, Papua New Guinea, USA, Saudi

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Arabia and these days she lives in Adelaide, Australia. Whenever an opportunity arises Paramita loves
to travel, and she often draws inspiration from the people she meets and the stories she learns first-hand.

Paramita Roy is currently working on a few short comedies. One of the films is 'Mums Behind the Masks'. This short film is sponsored by the City of Unley, to be filmed in October 2021. It will be a collaborative project with the local creatives. This will create acting opportunities for many members of the local communities. It is a transformational journey of four Mums. The characters represent different cultures and will develop cultural awareness within the local and global community.


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FILMOGRAPHY:

PRODUCER:
2014 AFTER SCHOOL
2012 HONEST THIEF
2011 OUR GODDESSES
2004 GOD TAG
2004 PEOPLE OF THE ROCK (Producer & Director)
2002 TELL ME WHY? (Producer & Director)
2002 REACHING TO ME (Producer & Director)
2002 OUR PLANET OUR FUTURE (Producer)

WRITER & DIRECTOR
The Exodus – (20 mins short film)
Another Day in Paradise (64 mins film)
Paradise Lost (5 mins short Film)
Hori Alone in Kolkata (64 minutes film)
Portrait of an Unknown Cabbie (5 minutes)
The Leper (5 minutes)
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  "Wicked Robyn and her Merry Ghosts"
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