Bardroy Barretto landed on the shores of Bombay, much like the Goan music he is so passionate about, in search of a larger stage. Starting as an assistant cameraman in 1987, he blossomed into one of the country’s best editors. He turned an Ad Film Director in 2002, and by 2004, his boutique production house, Brown Skins, became a reputed banner in the world of advertising film production. To showcase the richness of true Goan culture, he made Nachom-ia Kumpasar (Let’s dance to the rhythm, 2014), a marvellous tribute to Goa’s musicians and their unsung contribution to the Indian film industry.
28 Jan HLF 2023 - Day 2
Literary Sessions | Panel: Language(s) of Goa
Bardroy Barretto, Damodar Mauzo, Jerry Pinto Moderator: A Giridhar Rao