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TARSEM SINGH (Director) is one of the most highly acclaimed and sought-after directors working in the worldwide advertising community today. Known for his attention to detail, stunning art direction, and highly developed visual storytelling abilities, Singh has made his mark in the feature film world as well.

His first major breakthrough was the music video Losing My Religion for REM, which won a Grammy® and eight MTV Video Music Awards including Best Music Video. Over the years, he has garnered numerous other awards including two Press Grand Prix awards in Cannes, the D&AD, the DGA and BAFTA Britannia Award.

Singh's first feature film was The Cell, a beautiful, shocking and hallucinatory psychological thriller. His inspired, unrelenting visual imagery elevated the film far beyond its genre roots. In his second feature, The Fall, Singh expanded his directorial role into that of producer and co-writer. Part heroic journey, part celebration of storytelling, The Fall, with its exotic locations spanning 25 countries, was both visually stunning and one of the most original releases of 2006.

Singh was educated at a boarding school in the Himalayas (Shimla, India). He came to the United States when he was 24 years old and graduated from the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena. Today he splits his time between Los Angeles and London.


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