Black Ticket Films is an award-winning media strategy agency, a production house, an independent voice – all of these and a little more.

Our work includes designing branded content, social impact films, interactive digital content and a wide array of fiction and non-fiction series for multiple platforms.

Most of all, we are storytellers.

While we are recognised for our unique cinematic language, our goal is to bring powerful techniques of telling a story visually to create delightful,
memorable narratives that resonate deeply with viewers across the globe.

Come, share your story with us, as we share ours with you!

Would you like to work with us? You can find more information at our Careers page.

Who We've Worked With


To view our complete client list, click here.


We took off from an idea to become a brand.

Our first television world premiere on National Geographic channel. Who doesn’t like their first film on TV?!

For our film, 'In Search of My Home' we designed a Facebook campaign where people from 16 countries on 4 continents opened up their homes, offices and other social spaces to simultaneously screen the film on World Refugee Day.


A friend let us into her home and this became our first office space with lots of sunshine, plants and birds that give us cheerful company on all days exciting and mundane.

The team grows from two to four.

Yay! Our film, 'Dilli' travels across the world, screens across 90 festivals and wins 35 international awards.

We travel across the country, from the jungles of Jharkhand, the interiors of Sunderbans, to the Majuli islands in Assam, producing a stellar film series on maternal health.


We bag the National Award for the Best Environment Documentary (including agriculture) – a celebration for the silent, phenomenal efforts of a small farming community in South India.

We move in to a 'proper office space'... even more sunshine, birds, plants and an impish family of monkeys for company.


A selection of our films screen across 6 continents, in some of the leading educational institutions and think-tanks across the world. Some include these films in their curriculum. (Pride!

Our coffee-maker comes in. We start hoarding coffee from across the world. Botswana, Kenya, Italy, Colombia and Kerela, just for starters.


We begin shooting for our first documentary feature – a labour of love in-the-making. This takes us from Kolkata to Korea. The project is still WIP so shhhhh!


Our social media campaign for Friendicoes, an animal shelter, takes it from the verge of shutting down to a whirlwind global contribution of USD 90,000 in just 30 days.


Our first viral video about a genius innovator making edible spoons gets translated into French, Japanese, Indonesian, German and took the world by an edible storm. The video helped him raise over USD 400,000!

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New Delhi, India 110065