Researcher, Writer & Director
Born in Mumbai and holding a BSc.IT degree, Satyaprakash's journey began as a concept-based stage choreographer, progressing to an Assistant Director for films like "Aalaap" (2012) and "Children of War" (2014). He is a distinguished figure in the Indian film industry. As a co-founder of Narrative Pictures, he adeptly occupies the roles of Producer and Director for diverse corporate and cultural documentaries produced under the company's banner.
Satyaprakash’s directorial debut, "Bunkar-The Last of the Varanasi Weavers," gained significant recognition, being showcased at prestigious film festivals such as Indian Panorama (IFFI 2018) and Jaipur International Film Festival (JIFF 2019), where it secured the Best Debut Director (Documentary) Award. The film was also a nominee for the Indo-German FilmWeek, Berlin (2019), and achieved the esteemed title of Best Film (Art & Culture) at the 66th National Film Awards.
Satyaprakash's artistic prowess extended to directing the acclaimed non-fiction animated series "Epicpedia" for Epic channel from 2020 to 2022. He showcased his creativity as a Creative Producer, guiding his team in crafting the opening animation sequence for the magnum opus "Adipurush" (2023). Currently, he is putting the finishing touches on his upcoming documentary, tentatively titled "Bogus Phone Operators," set to premiere on the Indian OTT platform Docubay.
Bunkar presents the history of the artisan hand loom weavers of Varanasi, India. Through interviews with craftsmen, the film conveys the details of the ancient craft also how mechanization has brought hard times to the craft.
“We are very satisfied with the quality of the product as also the timely delivery of the same. We have been receiving some very positive feedback from our targeted audience…”
Epic Channel’s most watched episode & successful non-fiction animated series.
The short documentary covers the culture of one of the world’s oldest city Benares
A successful student narrates her school‘s contribution in her life
Sewajyoti NGO doing it’s social activities in their city Nawalgarh, Rajasthan
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