Wanphrang K. Diengdoh (Director, Cinematographer & Editor) is an independent film maker based in Shillong and Delhi.
His films, including '19/87' (Best Film, Best Cinematography and Best Screenplay at the Gauhati International Film Festival 2011, official selection IDSFFK, Kerela 2011), 'Kali Kamai installation' (fellowship received from the Public Arts Grant, Foundation For Indian Contemporary Arts, 2010) as well as his music videos, reflect his interest in the politics and culture of his hometown Shillong, Meghalaya.
In 2013, he was awarded the Early Career Film Fellowship from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, for his documentary proposal ‘Where the Clouds End’.
Wanphrang finished his Masters in Mass Communication from Jamia Millia Islamia and has a certificate in Film and the Historical Imagination from The James Beveridge Media Resource Centre. He is the founder of red dur, a production space for films, music and design. He is also a member of Thma U Rangli Juki (TUR), a progressive people’s group in Meghalaya. He is a self taught musician and produces music for Tarik, an audio-visual music project based in Delhi and Shillong.