Anurag Anand (filmmaker)

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Anurag Anand

Anurag Anand in February 2017
Born (1990-04-05) 5 April 1990 (age 31)
Hazaribagh, Jharkhand, India
Nationality Indian
Education DAV Public School, Hazaribagh
Alma mater SRM University
Occupation Film director, Film producer, Screenwriter
Years active 2009–Present

Anurag Anand is an London based director, film maker and producer known for his works in education, culture, horror, documentary and even comedy. He is known for devising ideas through his unique style of writing, shooting, editing and direction. Known for breaking through complex solo multimedia journalist projects and as well as leading a team that conducts the entire work is what Anurag is best known for. The filmmaker also earned reputation for inclusion of sharp social messages and using film techniques and styles that are new to the industry.

Early life

Born in Giridih and brought up in Hazaribagh. Anurag Anand had his schooling from DAV Public School, Hazaribagh. He then completed his graduation in Computers from SRM University, Chennai.

Notable works

Anand Started work as a fixer, then as a freelance journalist for international broadcaster like National Geographic, BBC, SBS Australia etc. From 2014, He started writing, directing and producing fiction and non-fictions documentaries for National Geographic, BBC, & Sky UK. [1].

He also owns a production company named Inkingenious Media which is located in London & Mumbai, which he co-founded with Sandeep Kumar.


  • 2017- Coal Nation - Documentary - BBC - Writer, Director & Producer (Under Production)
  • 2017- The White Coller Mentalist - Mini Series - Star World - Producer
  • 2017- An Interrogation Room - Short Movie - Writer, Director & Producer [2]
  • 2017- A Yellow Bench - Short Movie - Writer, Director & Producer [3]
  • 2017- Footsteps from the hills - Short Movie - Writer, Director & Producer [4]
  • 2016- We The People - Documentary - BBC - Writer, Director & Producer [5]
  • 2015- Holy Cities - Documentary - DR1 - Writer, Director & Producer
  • 2015- Be a Rebel - Documentary - BBC - Writer, Director & Producer
  • 2014- Coal Insurgency India - Documentary - National Geographic - Writer, Director & Producer
  • 2014- Women Of The Mines - Documentary - SKY UK - Writer, Director & Producer


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