Subhajit Singha

Subhajit Singha

Freelancr Film Editor

Editor in Calcutta, India

About Subhajit

Hi Everyone ,

I am a film editor currently working in Kolkata India. I have post graduated in Animation Creation and Direction . After I got my diploma I started my career as assistant editor . In the year of 2016 I got my first breakthrough as an indipendant editor.

I use to edit in Avid Media Composer , But sometimes I use Final cut pro 7. I use Subtitle Editor (linux) , Ffmpeg (linux) , Dcp-O-Matic (linux) for mastering my movies.


Name: Subhajit Singha

Lives in: Calcutta, India

Company: Freelancr Film Editor

Occupation: Editor

Unique traits: Dcp Mastering

Credits

  • Saheb Bibi Golaam

    Saheb Bibi Golaam (2016)
    Film (Action, Crime, Drama and Thriller) Editorial department Three very different people from three very different worlds collide one winter afternoon in an anarchic Kolkata.

  • Khoj

    Khoj (2016)
    Film (Crime, Mystery and Thriller) Editor A crime thriller shot in the hills of India.

  • Cinemawala

    Cinemawala (2016)
    Film (Drama and Family) Editor Pranabendu Das is a retired film exhibitor from a small-town in West Bengal. He owns a movie theatre 'Kamalini' named after his separated wife. With the advancement of technology and the arrival of the digital medium, this man was compelled to let go of his theatre which projected films only on celluloid. Prakash is unperturbed by his father, Pranab's condition. He is an opportunist, who would never give morality a chance while making himself an established businessman. He sells pirated DVDs of feature films in the town. This is a father-son relationship tale weaved through the beautiful backdrop of cinema. Pranab has always maintained himself as a true Cinemawala, whereas, Prakash is also spreading films among the people, but in a way not so acceptable to his father. Written by madhupreya21@gmail.com

  • Bastu Shaap

    Bastu Shaap (2016)
    Film (Drama) Editor It is a love story which is based on the concept of Feng Shui and Vastu and revolves around five people who live in the same house. Kushal (Parambrata) and Timir (kaushik) are Vaastu practitioners. They have a brotherly relationship while working together. Arjum (Abir) is an ex-Army officer with a house in Darjeeling. Everybody in the house is unhappy and so he seeks of consulting for Vaastu and reach out to Kushal-Timir. In an accident Arjun had lost a leg and in the same accident and his sister Antara had lost his husband and son. Loosing his son, Antara wants to live with Arjun-Bonya's son. This create some tension between her and Bonya. Now Kushal and Bonya had an earlier flame so this is another angle in the story line. Written by Arijit Upadhyay

  • Natoker Moto: Like a Play

    Natoker Moto: Like a Play (2015)
    Film (Drama) Editorial department Journey of a female theatre artist is always a multi-dimensional conflicting experience as a girl, as a woman and even as an artist. It is more so especially when a woman is of maverick capability and excellence beyond her time. Whilst the film depicts the scenario of Kolkata socio-cultural circuit spanning from 1950 to 1970s, it aspires to bring about the struggles and conflicts that a female artist has to go through even after two decades of globalization. The film, through an investigation of sudden demise of an extremely reputed actress' death delves into an ongoing search behind the causes of ceaseless conflicts that a female artist has to confront, and is made to remain submissive in the paradigm of male domination. The film intends to get into precise details of the artist's life so as to expose the obstructions, understand the strength of creative aspirations, and to ablaze with the delightful journey of the artistic soul that unfortunately got cut short. However, this film is...

  • Room No. 103

    Room No. 103 (2015)
    Film (Drama and Thriller) Editorial department The story of a mysterious hotel room and how the lives of those who stay there change - for better or for worse.

  • Lorai: Play to Live

    Lorai: Play to Live (2015)
    Film (Drama) Editorial department Sports minister of Westbengal sends an alcoholic retired football player (Prasenjit Chatterjee) to a politically disturbed (by Maoist activities) village of Purulia to setup a football team. The intention was to build a good activity among the poor villagers and turn their attention to football. One day, the coach is kidnapped by the Maoist (leader Parambroto Chatterjee) and rescued later. Coach decides to stay back with the villagers and teach them football, however, the ministry decides to stop the football project and the cold fight begins between the sports minister and the football coach. Sports minister decided to organize a football match between the village team vs Kolkata akadosh. If the village team could perform well government would retain the project. In the match village team perform in a extraordinary way and able to retain the project. Written by Prasun Sarkar

  • Nirbashito

    Nirbashito (2014)
    Film (Biography, Drama and News) Editorial department This is a story of isolation and hope, of a writer in exile. The writer is banished for her attack on religious fundamentalism and patriarchy and her cat is suddenly left alone.

  • Khaad

    Khaad (2014)
    Film (Adventure) Editorial department A group of tourists, mostly unrelated to each other, on their way to the mountains of North Bengal, find themselves on an ill-fated bus, that meets with a terrible accident. The bus falls off a cliff into an abyss, but the tourists are not killed. Injured and traumatized, in an abyss, far away from any human contact, they are left to fend for themselves and find themselves tasked with the challenge of climbing up the help in order to get help. How will they survive? Written by Swarup Basak

  • Chotoder Chobi

    Chotoder Chobi (2014)
    Film (Biography, Drama and Family) Editorial department Shibu is a trapeze artist who is confined to his bed after a horrific accident. His juniors are angry with the circus manager for paying only Rs. 15,000 as compensation for the family, but they can't do anything about it as the circus is the only place where they can earn a regular income. Khoka (Dulal Sarkar), Shibu's closest friend, is moved by the condition of the family and decides to protest the manager's apathy, and finally leaves his job. He becomes the go-to man for Shibu's family which constitutes of his wife and daughter Soma (Debalina Roy). Struggling with debt, poverty and the society's indifference to them, the film takes flight when Khoka realizes that he is failing in love with Soma. Written by Swarup Basak

  • Highway

    Highway (2014)
    Film (Drama) Editorial department The story of the film revolves around the life of two people, who come across each other on a highway, which takes a very significant position in their life, being the witness of all their ups and downs. Their love story takes various twists and turns. Koel and Parambrata are playing the role of an unhappy couple in this film, who could not bridge the gap between themselves even after trying for long. Koel's role is that of a Bengali girl while Parambrata plays a non-Bengali guy. Though their marriage was a love marriage, they realize that there was a vacancy in their life. The way they overcome that vacancy and discover each other from a new point of view, forms the climax of the story. Written by Swarup Basak

  • Hawa Bodol

    Hawa Bodol (2013)
    Film (Comedy) Editorial department The film moves around two old school friends, Jeet (Parambrata Chattopadhyay) and Raj (Rudranil Ghosh) who coincidentally came across each after a quite a while. While Jeet, a associate in a big designer company, which he got from his dead father-in-law; Raj is a having difficulties musician in a group. Jeet and Raj was welcomed to a celebration of a non-Bengali business customer of Jeet, where Raj flirted with the businessman's daughter Inka (Neha Panda). After celebration, both the buddies purchased beverages from shut stores and consumed in the start. Both of them desired they had each other lifestyle. After getting up from rest, both of them discovered that their spirit has interchanged. Both of the buddies were amazed to find themselves in that scenario. While both of them tried to be faithful, but discovered it challenging to reside in each other people's lifestyle. In the meantime, Raj (in Jeet's body) frequented Chandannagar, his area to fulfill his mother and dad, which he ... Written by http://moviereeviews.blogspot.com

  • Shyamal Uncle Turns Off the Lights

    Shyamal Uncle Turns Off the Lights (2012)
    Film (Drama) Editorial department Shyamal Uncle, an eighty-year old retiree living with his wife in Paikpara (an old Kolkata neighborhood), notices one day that the street lights near his house are left on even during the day. He finds it unconscionable to let this waste go and decides to take action. He talks to a number of people - from the local vendor to the local political leader; from the electricity officer to the police officer. But no one even bothers to listen to him and he is given the runaround. Even his wife is skeptical of his endeavor. Drawing a contrast with the mundane existence of his personal life, the film is a story of Shyamal Uncle's journey as he fights the brush offs, insults, and skepticism with one single goal - turn off the lights. Written by Arindam Ghosh

  • Nobel Chor

    Nobel Chor (2011)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Thriller) Editorial department The Nobel Medal of great Indian Poet Rabindra Nath Tagore was stolen in 2004 and it was never found. This film is a fictional account of what might have happened to the medal. A poor farmer accidentally finds the medal lying outside his house. He embarks on a journey to return back the medal to the government but is later dragged in to selling it with the help of his friend in Kolkatta city. What he learns about great Tagore and how do people of today take his philosophy is what this film is all about. In his journey he encounters different people with different takes on Tagore. What happens to him in the end is also highly unexpected. Written by Anonymous

Education

  • Roopkala Kendro (Indo Italian Institute of Film and Social Communication)
    (2006-2009)

  • University Of Northbengal
    (2003-2005)

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