A Muslim family fights for its honour after the youngest son of the family is radicalised and participates in a terrorist act.
Winner: National Film Award of India - Writer/Director
Winner: Star Screen Awards - Best Film of the Year (Critics)
Winner: FilmFare Awards - Best Story
Winner: Reel Movie Awards - Best Screenplay (Anubhav Sinha), Best Supporting Actor (Manoj Pahwa)
Nominated: Zee Cine Awards - Best Film of the Year, Best Director (Anubhav Sinha)
Nominated: Star Screen Awards + Zee Cine Awards - Best Actress (Taapsee Pannu)
Nominated: FilmFare Awards - Best Supporting Actor (Manoj Pahwa), Best Actress (Taapsee Pannu), Best Screenplay (Anubhav Sinha), Best Editing (Ball Saluj)
Nominated: Reel Movie Awards - Best Supporting Actress (Taapsee Pannu)
Press for Tum Bin 2.
NDTV: “...few Hindi films have looked as consistently gorgeous as Tum Bin 2, thanks to the picturesque Scottish locations and Ewan Mulligan’s adroit camerawork.” - goo.gl/NHfB47
Deccan Chronicle: “The cinematography by Ewan Mulligan is breathtaking. Scotland has never looked this pretty before.” - goo.gl/Ii6TmX
Times of India: “Cinematography is stunning...” - goo.gl/rO7acQ
Economic Times: “Ewan Mulligan’s cinematography does justice to Scotland in all it hues, making each scene look like a picture postcard.” - goo.gl/5ENoXq
Box Office India: “Cinematography by Ewan Mulligan is one of the main highlights of the film. His shot taking is brilliant along with his eye for detail. He fills each frame perfectly and blends the narration well. In fact, it’s Sinha’s treatment and Mulligan’s cinematography that are the two pillars of this film.” - goo.gl/HqMHOr
Bollywood Hungama: “The film’s cinematography (Ewan Mulligan) is top-notch. The way in which he has presented the film ... is exemplary” - goo.gl/LdHfGd
Bollywood Life: “Cinematography is beautiful...” - goo.gl/Wie86i
On Tech Buzz: “Ewan Mulligan captures the visuals brilliantly for a romantic film like this.” - goo.gl/fJwPcH
Science fiction film about human cloning, 3D printing and our common, primal need for companionship.
Directed by Amanda Mesaikos and Susanne Aichele
Production Design by Beck Rainford
Costumes by Negar Bahardoust
Anti-Religious drama set in 11th century Northumberland.
Directed by Siobhan Swartzberg at Black Mountain Films