'It's cool to be a creative brother team' - Walia brothers
Warner Bros, Cohen Bros and Walia Bros! How does it sound? 'Cool', say the UK-based filmmakers Walia brothers in an interview with India EU Film Initiative. Yugesh and Sunandan, who founded Endboard Productions in 1985, specialising in single documentaries such as 'Days and Nights in an Indian Jail' (Channel 4) and 'Buddhists of Suburbia' (BBC2)', talk about their latest projects, including a feature film ‘The Bounty Hunter’.
The subject matter in their documentaries is quite diverse. 'Days and Nights in an Indian Jail' was shot inside Tihar Central Jail in Delhi, the largest prison in South-East Asia. Filmed over a period of a year, it focused on the lives of a handful of characters while in 'Buddhists of Suburbia' (BBC2), the focus is on three Buddhists who are about to undertake life-changing journeys.
Pictured, 'Orgy' by Walia bros for Britain's Channel Five. In another documentary 'Orgy' (Channel FIVE), the very secretive ‘scene’ of orgy in the U.K. is revealed to follow an orgy from the beginning – preparing the bedrooms, the food and the pubic hair, through to the very end.