Ashvin Kumar

Ashvin is an oscar nominee for 'Little Terrorist' and two time winner of the National Film Award for Inshallah Football and Inshallah Kashmir. He has also directed Road to Ladakh (starring Irrfan Khan), Dazed in Doon, The Forest, and a UNHCR commissioned documentary on migration, I Am Not Here.

Sylvain Nahmias

Sylvain is a French production designer and creative producer. He has worked extensively in the Indian Subcontinent on films like The Clay Bird, Homeland, and Bhopal - a Prayer for Rain. His association with Alipur Films began with The Forest on which he was the production designer, special effects co-ordinator as well as co-producer, roles he's donning even on Noor - the latest production which is on its way to completion.

Markus Huersch

Marcus is a cinematographer, from Switzerland, working internationally in drama, documentaries and advertising.  Following his qualification as a teacher, he studied History of Art, Philosophy and Dramatics at the University of Bern. With nearly 15 years of experience, he's still amazed by the diversity and the potential cinematography offers him, evolving with every film rather than repeating his approach to storytelling. He was one of Alipur's earliest collaborators having shot Road to LadakhLittle Terrorist and The Forest.

Roland Heap

Roland Heap is a London based sound supervisor who's collaborated with Alipur Films as a Sound Recordist on the Little Terrorist (2004), Inshallah Football (2010) and Inshallah Kashmir (2012).

Rael Jones

Rael Jones is a Composer and Multi-Instrumentalist, based in London. Rael worked on Tom Hooper’s film adaptation of Les Misérables as Additional Orchestrator, Music Editor and Music Programmer, for which he won a Golden Reel Award at the 2013 MPSE Awards in LA. He has also contributed additional music for the four series of the BBC’s hit drama Sherlock bagging an Emmy Nomination for his work on the series in 2016. Rael produced the music for Ashvin's 2010 film Dazed in Doon and is currently collaborating again on Noor.

Jean Marie Delorme

Graduated from Sorbonne university in classical history of the last century, Jean Marie turned his energy to the craft of filmmaking. With a background in feature films and IMAX documentaries, Jean Marie has a thriving career as director of photography for features and commercials. His documentary project 'Becoming Cary Grant' has been well received since its release this year. He has collaborated with Alipur Films on its latest production Noor.