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Ranjeet S. Marwa

Ranjeet S. Marwa is a British born film director from Birmingham, England. In 2012, Ranjeet wrote and directed a short film titled 'The Man Who Loved Flowers' based on the works of horror author, Stephen King. The film would go on to premiere at the Dollar Baby Stephen King Film Festival. He directed his first TV movie in 2014 titled 'The Last ... See full bio »

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Godforsaken Director
Rupture Director
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The Missing Director


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 2022/I Rupture (completed)
 2022 Exiled: The Chosen Ones (directed by) (completed)
 2019 The Missing
 2019 Daughter Unknown (TV Mini Series)
 2019 Fate Can Wait (TV Movie)
 2018 The Boy Who Never Came Home: A True Story (Documentary short)
 2018 Izzat (Video short) (directed by)
 2017 144 (Documentary)
 2017 Rachael (Short)
 2017 The Butterfly Touch (Short)
 2017 Artists on Film (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2017 Enemy of Darkness (Short)
 2016 Brothers Til' the End (Short)
 2016/I Together (Short)
 2016 Cannibal (Short)
 2016 Press Record (Short)
 2016 Rape Me Softly (TV Movie)
 2015 Alone in Vietnam (TV Movie)
 2015 Destiny (TV Movie)
 2014 Duplicate (Short)
 2014 The Last Sacrifice (Short)
 2014 The Last Goodbye (TV Movie)
 2014/IV Freedom (Short)
 2014 The Sun Gives Us Life (Short)
 2014 Godforsaken
 2013 The Green Hornet Begins (Short)
 2013 Valley of the King (Short)
 2013 The Open Window (Short)
 2013 Johnny Who? III: New Hope (Short)
 2013 Cain Rose Up (Short)
 2013 Deliver Me (Short)
 2013 Say Hello to Mister Cure (Short)
 2013/II Addict (Video short)
 2013 Dnim Lortnoc (Short)
 2013 Intoxicated (Short)
 2013 Left Hook (Short)
 2013 White Lights (Short)
 2013 The Hunt: The First Kill (Short)
 2012 Survive (Short)
 2012 Notorious (Documentary short)
 2012 Hostile Situation (Short)
 2012 History of the Gun (Short)
 2012 Killer Capone - Part 1 (Short)
 2012 Binnie Marwa: Nain Nashiley (TV Short)
 2012 2.0: A Distant Planet (Short)
 2012 Shave (Short)
 2012 The Man Who Loved Flowers (Short)
 2012 A Cold Place to Die (Short)
 2011 Binnie Marwa: Ek Ni Hazzara Dil (Video short)
 2011 Playground Mayhem (Short)
 2011 Samurai Diablo (Short)
 2011 Darkest Hour (Short)
 2011 Priests with Guns (Short)
 2011 Johnny Who? (Short)
 2011 The Immortals - MMA Documentary (Documentary short)
 2011 Michael Myers Nightmare (Short)
 2010 The Subway (Short)
 2010 Pyromaniac (Short)
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5' 10" (1.78 m)

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Ranjeet made his debut appearance at the Cannes Film Festival [2019] on the Red Carpet for French/Canadian director Xavier Dolan's film Matthias & Maxime.


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