Born in the UK, Surinder Singh is a video and film director.
Surinder began his career in film studying at the Kent Institute of Art and Design in 2000. Tutored by practitioners in the British film industry like: Andrew Kotting (This Filthy Earth – 2001) and Clio Barnard (Flood – 2004) Surinder developed his passion for films into filmmaking as well as film critique. His final graduation project (Ear-Ache – 2003) helped him secure a full scholarship to study his MA in filmmaking at the famous London Film School.
Whilst at the London Film School Surinder made a number of short films and took part in the film society. He held on stage Q&A sessions with directors like: Saul Metzstein (Guy X – 2005) and critics like: Bonnie Greer (Newsnight Review). It was here that Surinder really began to develop an aspiration to write professionally about films as well as make them.
After leaving film school in 2006 Surinder spent six months traveling, stopping off in Tunisia to fulfill a long held ambition to visit the Star Wars sets in the desert.
Surinder is currently developing his first feature script whilst working as a freelance video and film director.