Three-part interview with India's Rock Street Journal Magazine on film scoring.
“...one of the best scores that I’ve heard in recent years.” – Chris Salce, filmthreat.com
On a rainy night in Calcutta a group of desperate addicts chase brown sugar, but the permanent intoxication they seek proves elusive. A relentless downpour plays backdrop to lives balanced on a precarious high.
Ronny Sen brings the bold style of his fine art photography to this story about an underground community of junkies who scrounge a living on the streets of Kolkata. Stunning compositions capture his characters emerging from and disappearing into inky blackness, intermittently drenched in rain. At the core of Sen's feature debut are the human connections between these forgotten souls … He masterfully weaves sequences of pure cinema, rendered with modern-dance informed movement, into his raw and gritty narrative. ‘Cat Sticks’ is one of the most gorgeous and affecting films Slamdance has presented in recent memory. – Paul Sbrizzi, Narrative Features Programmer, Slamdance 2019
Role: Composer / Music Direction
Birangona means “Brave Woman”. It was a term created as a mark of respect for the 200,000 – 400,000 women and girls that were raped and tortured by the Pakistani army during Bangladesh's 1971 Liberation War. When the war ended, they and the children were marginalised by society, rejected by local people for the ‘sin’ of having been raped. Rising Silence is a rich oral history of the few remaining survivors.
Ad campaign (six short films) for Royal Enfield Apparel (2020)
Fashion film for 19.04world (Russia 2017)
Promo video for We The People’s Film Festival (UK 2016)
Corporate video for Stylecraft, an ethical clothing factory in Dhaka (Bangladesh 2017)