Biplab J. Doley

Biplab J. Doley

Cinematographer, Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Photographer (Still) and Producer

Guwāhāti, India

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October 2015
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About Biplab

Started off as a producer for commissioned programs for Doordarshan, the Indian National broadcaster, back in 2005-6. Moved to Delhi and worked as a producer, cinematographer, editor and reporter on various projects for several national and international channels and organisations, including Ministry of Environment and Forests, National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, CNN, Global Environment Facility etc. Was also involved in several mega projects for events like the Commonwealth Games 2010 and DIREC2010. After setting up my own production company, Strawberry Magic Productions, I moved to Bhutan and worked on several big budget feature films like 'THANK YOU, SIR', which also won a record of 12 National Awards in Bhutan. Now back at my hometown, producing films and more films.


  • Baeyul, the Hidden Paradise

    Baeyul, the Hidden Paradise (2014)
    Film by Tshering Gyeltshen (Action) Cinematographer

  • Thank You, Sir! I Am A Teacher

    Thank You, Sir! I Am A Teacher (2012)
    Film by Tshering Gyeltshen (Drama) Cinematographer JIGMED LODHEN (Tshering Gyeltshen) arrives in Mendrupling Higher Secondary School (Bayling HSS) like a breath of fresh air. He is filled with passion and an earnest zeal for his life's calling - TEACHING. He is prepared and determined to prove that teachers dedicated to their calling and passionate about their work will make all the difference... or the critical difference. But can he? This is what "Thank You, Sir" is all about. As Jigmed's life unravels in Mendrupling in the course of five years we come across MENDREL YUTSHO (Tshering Zangmo), LHAKSAM LONGDROEL (Karma Samdrup - Anku), LEKZEEN REENGSEL (Namgyel Lhamo)... PRINCIPAL NGELHEY DORJI (Thinley Wangchuk) and, of course, how can we even forget "SIR" NAALHA TASHI (Cheten Wangchuk). But who really are these "people"? Well, this is what "Thank You, Sir" is all about! Written by Biplab Doley

  • Turdaksok Mimag

    Turdaksok Mimag (2009)
    Film by Biplab J. Doley (Drama) Cinematographer, Director, Editor, Producer

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