Tibetan Wins National Film Award for Best Editing.

Tibetan Wins National Film Award for Best Editing.

May 4, 2018

Tenzin Kunchok receiving the award from Shmt Smriti Irani, Union minister of Information and Broadcasting, and Shri Rajvardhan Singh Rathore, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, on 3 May 2018.

DHARAMSHALA: Tenzin Kunchok, a media professional based in New Delhi, bagged the National Film Award for Best Editing as Editor for a film titled ‘Mrityobhoj: The Death Feast’ at the 65th National Film Awards in New Delhi. Union Information & Broadcasting Minister Shmt Smriti Irani presented the award at Vigyan Bhawan in a ceremony held yesterday, 3 May 2018.

Tenzin Kunchok is born and brought up in McLeod Ganj and studied at upper TCV Dharamshala. He graduated from Delhi College of Arts & Commerce and have earlier worked with BBC Media Action and NDTV.

In 2008, Kunchok founded his own production house called Mogstar Media and have been making films for the corporate and development sector in Delhi NCR.

The National Film Awards, established in 1954, are the most prominent awards for films in India, administered by the Directorate of Film Festivals since 1973.

Other recipients of the 2018 National Film Awards are veteran Indian actor Sridevi, Vinod Khanna and Rajkumar Rao to name a few.

Courtesy: tibet.net