Tanmay Srivastava is an award-winning Indian film director, producer, and editor from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India. He is best known for his critically acclaimed documentaries Black Water & 90 Days To Leave. He started making documentaries in 2015 when he was 12 years old. He has created over 14 documentaries, produced 4 short and one feature film with international cooperation and has won over 10 awards at film festivals.
Tanmay is also published researcher, his research on the architectural and economic contributions of the Sottish women in Eastern India during the British colonial rule was published by the Journal of International Women's Studies, Bridgewater State University, Massachusetts in 2020.
He is a sophomore at the University of Cincinnati majoring in History and Digital. He’s a member of the British National Youth Film Academy and Raindance Film Festival. He is the CEO of Synergy Productions and Co-founder of Infinity Pictures.
THE Lost Paradise
This short documentary that tells about a rare rags to riches to rags story of a tiny Pacific nation of Nauru. It tells how Nauru, through phosphate mining, became the world's richest nation per capita and how corruption, exploitation of environmental resources, poor decisions, and a musical made it one of the poorest countries in the world.
90 Days To Leave
This short documentary is about the expulsion of the South Asian community from the East African nation of Uganda in 1972. This documentary tells about the history of the Asian community in Uganda and their struggles after the expulsion.
This Short Documentary is about The Cellular jail, situated 630 miles (1,353 km) away from mainland India in The Andaman and Nicobar Islands. During the Rule of the British Empire in India in Early 19th century ,The Indian nationalists and freedom fighters were brought here and were tortured with various ways maltreatment and Punishments.
The White Mughal: Love & Betrayal in British India
This short documentary is about the true story of Lieutenant Colonel James Achilles Kirkpatrick the British resident of Hyderabad and a Mughal princess in 17th century India.
The Story of Turban
This short documentary is the History of Different styles of Turbans in India from North to South.
The Story of Clothes
This Short Documentary tells about the journey of the Mughal Empire and it's Clothes From Generation to Generations From rulers to rulers from 1526 to 1857.
Pictures of the Past
This four episode short documentary series is about famous pictures from British India and the story behind them.
This Short Documentary is about a Building Complex in the North Indian City of Lucknow called The Lucknow Residency.
The Royal Taste
This Short Documentary is about the History of the cuisine of the North Indian state of Rajasthan.
Did You Know?
This 11 episode short documentary series is about forgotten historical places in India and the tales about them.