TechnoparkToday.com>> After winning multiple accolades including Satyajit Ray’s Best Film award and semi-finalist at Los Angeles Film Festival and STIFF last year for his first non-feature film ‘The Unsung Heroes’, Baburaj Asariya comes up with his latest work which is based on the life of a British couple who works for the dogs in God’s own country. Produced under Collective Frames, the docu-film titled ‘Muscroft The Saviours’ will be released soon.
On his decision to do a docu-film on Muscroft couple, Baburaj Asariya said to TechnoparkToday.com that he was move by their decision to leave all luxury, which any common man would wish for, for the poor animals. “Their life is very meaningful and can make a different type of impact on a person’s life,” he said.
Setting in backdrop of picturesque Kovalam, the docu-film captures the day-to-day life of Steve Muscroft and Mary Muscroft in a highly engaging way. Narration of the docu-film is in a pleasant manner that would give a mood of a feel good movie rather than a non-feature film.
Baburaj Asariya has plans to make a commercial feature film next year. Ahead of this, he will be directing a thematic protest song ‘Voice of the voiceless’ that is set against increasing abuse toward women and child in the society. ‘S Durga’-fame Kannan Nayar and singer Franco Simon are part of the Voice of the Voiceless. A Tamil short poetic drama ‘Yen Uyir Kadhale’ which introduces new talents will be shot soon.
The crew of ‘Muscroft the saviours’ are Sachin Salim and Dr Jumshi (Co-producers) Suhas Bannur, Anantharamu and Shabu Sadanandan (Executive producers), Anish Roy (Dop and DI), T S Vishnu (Music), Sandeep Fradian (Editing), Vijaya Sooryan VB (Sound Design), Riju Sagar (Associate director), Unni Nalanchira (Chief Associate Camera), Ajay Sreejayan (Associate Camera), Jayaprasad J and Cynthia Alex (Subtitles) and Suryajith Kattappana (Stills and PRO).