Anshuman Rawat

Author. Entrepreneur. Filmmaker. Journalist.

I dream of the evolution and institutionalization of social welfare-oriented convergence of media and technology.

Video: High on Dreams (A Clip from A.O.D.)

A small sequence from my film A.O.D. (aka The Art of Dying). One of India's earliest feature films on digital format, A.O.D. was showcased at New York International Independent Film & Video Festival and Asian Film Festival.

Video: Rat Race (A Clip from A.O.D.)

A small sequence from my film A.O.D. (aka The Art of Dying). One of India's earliest feature films on digital format, A.O.D. was showcased at New York International Independent Film & Video Festival and Asian Film Festival.

Now, Bollywood reels in on Indian English: The Times of India

“The film (Art of Dying (AOD)), typical of the new trend, is being made on a slim budget by first-timer Anshuman Rawat from Ahmedabad and shot on digital video,” writes Abhijit Majumder in The Times of India.

The Grateful Dead: Mid-Day, Mumbai

“Anshuman Rawat’s English film, The Art of Dying (AOD), looks at the happiness equation,” writes Priscilla Mehta in Mid-Day, Mumbai.

Essence of Life: PUNENewsline (The Indian Express)

“Anshuman Rawat couldn’t make it to the screening of his film Art of Dying (AOD). But he is happy with the feedback coming his way,” writes Avantika Sahai in PUNENewsline, The Indian Express

Film Wins Hearts, Director Missing: Front Page, The Times of India (Pune Edition)

In a dramatic development, the 3rd Asian Film Festival (AFF) in Pune discovered an unknown film wizard, Anshuman Rawat.

A’bad Filmmaker Wins Hearts: The Times of India

“The film (Anshuman Rawat-written and directed A.O.D.) is crisp and hilarious in the Nagesh Kukunoor style at one level and profound at another (not necessarily in Kukunoor style)” – The Times of India