Indian Touch at the heart of new Australian film

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New Australian feature film `Sacred Heart’, starring Australian Film Institute award-winning actor David Field and Kipan Rothbury, has just finished a round of editing at Spectrum Films, Fox studios with an Indian touch at the edit desk.

Indian-Australian Rishi Shukla, a Master’s graduate from the world renown and prestigious Australian Film, Television and Radio School was appointed the film’s editor by award-winning director Kosta Nikas.

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Shukla, who just finished working on Deadline Gallipoli, has worked as assistant editor on major Hollywood productions such as Paranoid, starring Michael Caine and Gary Oldman, was excited to be appointed film editor on “Sacred Heart”.

“I am delighted to have been working on such a poignant and intense psychological drama which is sure to make waves when it hits the screens. It was also great working with writer-director Kosta Nikas, who ensured a collaborative approach, and made the editing process an intensively creative and enjoyable journey,” says Shukla.

“Working out of Spectrum Films at Fox Studios, is a real privilege.  We have at our disposal the most professional team with the best resources to work with. Toys and joys that any independent director dreams of,” says Nikas, the film’s director.

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