Dylan Mohan Gray is a globally acclaimed Indian and Canadian filmmaker.
His documentary feature film, “Fire in the Blood” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival competition. Widely credited with changing the global conversation around access to essential medicine, “Fire in the Blood” was recently named among “26 landmark documentary films of the past 7 decades” in a major retrospective by legendary documentarian John Pilger and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
Dylan’s film on global health advocacy, “From Durban to Tomorrow” (2019) is another highly acclaimed film on the future of global health and human rights, while his narrative feature script, The Last Day of Winter (co-written with Vikramaditya Motwane), was incubated at the Sundance Institute & Mumbai Mantra Screenwriting Lab. “From Durban to Tomorrow”, has screened at festivals worldwide and has to date won 40 international awards.
Dylan’s film, “The King of Good Times” ran as the #1 most-watched title across all genres on Netflix and was rated as the most-watched documentary in India in 2020.
During his career Dylan has worked in key capacities on feature films in over 35 countries worldwide, in close collaboration with numerous acclaimed directors including Fatih Akin, Edward Berger, Peter Greenaway, Paul Greengrass, Deepa Mehta and Mira Nair.
A graduate in History and Film from Dartmouth, Dylan also studied at the University of Vienna and the Budapest University of Economics, earning postgraduate degrees in History from the Central European University and the University of the State of New York with research focused on historiography and cultural geography. He was also a “Resident in Film” at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada. He has been visiting Professor at Central European University, Vienna.