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‘Ghoul’ director Patrick Graham to speak at Vidnet Masterclasses

He has also written Leila

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MUMBAI: Creator, writer and director Patrick Graham is going to be attending the Indiantelevision.com’s Vidnet Masterclasses at The Westin, Mumbai on 4 October as a speaker.

Vidnet Masterclasses are an Indiantelevision.com initiative to facilitate the creative process of young and aspiring creators willing to work in the digital domain. The Masterclasses will host directors & editors, and writers who will be talking to the audience directly about the craft of video creation.

Graham will be sharing some creative anecdotes regarding directing compelling thriller series for the web. He will also be highlighting some interesting chapters from his own filmography, including his experience of directing Ghoul and writing for Leila.

Both his Netflix originals won wide critical and commercial acclaim in India. He is one of the finest writers and directors in the industry these days.

Other speakers at the Masterclasses include Richie Mehta, Amrit Raj Gupta, Amit Kulkarni, Bhavani Iyer, Puneet Krishna, and Danish Aslam.

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