M. V. Raghu

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M. V. Raghu
Born (1954-10-05) October 5, 1954 (age 63)
Bhimavaram, West Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, India
Occupation Cinematographer
director
producer
writer
film Academician
Spouse(s) Lakshmi.
Children Tej Dilip,Dheeraj.

M. V. Raghu is an Indian film cinematographer turned director, screenwriter, and producer known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema.[1] In 1988, he has directed the neo-realistic film Kallu,[2][3] which has received thirty state awards and has garnered special mention from the CBFC Jury.[4] Jury Member for Nandi Film Awards 2001 and 2017.

As film Acamedician

  • Professor cinematography/MFT, Ramanaidu Film School,Hyderabad.(Present).
  • Professor cinematography,RAFT,Ramoji film city, Hyderabad.
  • Professor cinematography,Potti Sri Rammulu Telugu university,Hyderabad.
  • Guest faculty cinematography,Hyderabad cenral University,Hyderabad.
  • Guest faculty cinematography,AISFM(Annapurna International School of Film + Media),Hyderabad.
  • Guest faculty cinematography,Madhu Film institute,Hyderabad.
  • Instituted M.V.Raghu film School of cinematography,vishakapatanam.
  • Aim acting,Faculty for Technical Orentation.

Awards

Nandi Awards
Filmfare Awards South
Other Awards
  • Cine Technicians Association Chennai. Technician of the year "L.V.Prasad Award" -For the film Siri Venella(Excellency in cinematography.
  • Director of the year- K.V.Reddy Award- By Uva Kala Vauhini/Hyderabad- Kallu
  • Director of the year- T Krishna memorial Award- Ongole -Kallu
  • Best director Award- Kala Sagar/Chennai-Kallu
  • Best cinematography(Instated from that year) For Excellency of Cinematography in the film Anveshana.

Filmography

Cinematography
  • Latchi
  • Vennello hai hai(Thanu monnea velipoyindhi-2014)
  • Kshetram(2012)
  • Kofee bar (2011)
  • Somberi (2008)
  • Bhajantreelu (2007)
  • Kocham touch lo unte cheputhanu(2007)
  • Deeksha ( Children Film)
  • W/O V.Varaprasad (1998)
  • Khaidi Garu (remake of Kankanam)
  • Chitamma Mogudu
  • Rayudu
  • Collector Garu (1997)
  • Soggadi Pellam (1996)
  • Detective Naarada (1993)
  • Hush Gap Chup (Dir:Jandhyala)(1992)
  • Raga leela (Dir: Jandhala(1991)
  • April 1 Vidudhala (1991)
  • Mera Pati Sirf Mera Hai (1990)
  • Bada Admi (unfinshed)(1987)
  • Sansar (hindi) (1987)
  • Palnati poursham
  • Aalapana
  • Preminchu Pelladu
  • O Bharya katha
  • Premayanam
  • Bharyamani
  • Agni Keratalu (1988)
  • Sansar (1987)
  • The pearl(1986)
  • Sirivennela (1986)
  • America Alludu (1985)
  • Anveshana (1985)
  • Swathi Muthyam (1985)
  • Eduruleni Monagalu(1984)
  • Nelavenka(1983)
  • Magamaha Raju (1983)
  • Mahanagaram lo Mayagadu
  • Sitaara (1983)
  • Kongu mudi
  • Kotha Dampatulu
  • Vimukthi kosam
  • Family
  • Cofee Shop (kannada)
  • Nimmudangal (Tamil)
  • SeethaRamulu (Kannada)
  • Neetidowrjanyam 1990
  • Tella gulabilu
director
  • Kallu (1988)
  • Aarthanadam (1988)
screenplay
  • Deeksha
  • Kallu
  • Aarthanadam.

References

  1. ^ Workshop for budding film-makers - The Hindu
  2. ^ "Frame by frame". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 8 August 2009. 
  3. ^ "The saga of a lensman". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 9 June 2003. 
  4. ^ "The saga of a lensman". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 9 June 2003. 
  5. ^ "Frame by frame". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 8 August 2009. 
  6. ^ "The saga of a lensman". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 9 June 2003. 
Short Films
  • Amma korika(2017)
  • Pallaki(2015)
Documentary films
  • Hidden tresures - Discovery channel documentary ( dir: Arnie Shirlin,US)
  • L V Prasad - A man of cinema (dir: K N T Shastri)
  • Harvesting girl child (dir: K N T Shastri)
  • Surabhi - the stage (dir: K N T Shastri) - National and state award in anthropology.
Television works
  • Srinivasa kalyanam (Multi-lingual, Etv Production)
  • Prema kathegalu (Kannada, ETV production)
  • Vyuha ( KAnnada, ETV Production)
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