Studio Blackline, a trailblazing name in the realm of documentary filmmaking, hosted a highly anticipated professional meet-up of documentary filmmakers in the heart of Delhi.
The event took place at the prestigious Press Club of India, situated on Raisina Hill, and brought together an array of industry stalwarts and rising talents. Studio Blackline, known for its unwavering commitment to documentary storytelling, comprises three distinctive components: Blackline Productions, Blackline Network, and the recently unveiled Blackline Expedition. Each component embodies Studio Blackline’s dedication to nurturing the documentary community and advancing the art of storytelling.
The event, organized under the banner of Blackline Network, marked the initiation of a series of monthly meet-ups scheduled for both Mumbai and Delhi. These gatherings are designed to foster a sense of community among documentary professionals, offering them an informal space to connect, share experiences, and brainstorm new ideas. A highlight of the evening was the official launch of “Documentary Expeditions” by Studio Blackline.
This innovative concept is tailored for travellers with a passion for documentary storytelling. It allows participants to embark on immersive journeys, learning the art of documentary filmmaking while exploring captivating destinations. The inaugural expedition is set in the enchanting landscapes of Goa and is scheduled for January 2024. : The event witnessed the presence of esteemed figures in the documentary industry, including Aditya Seth, President of the Indian Documentary Association, and www.studioblackline.co/productions Black Line Productions Pvt. Ltd. A-301 Antriksh Nature, Sector-52 Noida-201301, Uttar Pradesh Supriya Sobti Gupta, a luminary behind acclaimed documentaries like “A.P. Dhillon” (Amazon Prime), “Bad Boy Billionaires” (Netflix), “Caught Out” (Netflix), and “Mumbai Mafia” (Netflix). Their insights and experiences added significant value to the discussions.