Newton Cinema reveals their fourth film, ‘PARADISE,’ along with the unveiling of its captivating first-look poster. The film is helmed by renowned director Prasanna Vithanage, a recipient of more than 35 international and national awards. Esteemed Indian filmmaker Mani Ratnam will present the film under the prestigious banner of Madras Talkies. ‘PARADISE’ is a multi-language production, encompassing English, Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi, and Sinhala. The stellar cast features Roshan Mathew, Darshana Rajendran, Shyam Fernando, and Mahendra Perera. The film’s cinematography is in the capable hands of Rajeev Ravi, a winner of numerous Best Cinematographer awards with a portfolio including acclaimed films like ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ and ‘Liar’s Dice’. Editing is led by Sreekar Prasad, a Limca Book of Records awardee with an extensive filmography spanning over 600 titles, including ‘RRR’ and ‘Ponniyin Selvan’. The role of Sound Designer is taken on by Tapas Nayak, known for his contributions to notable films, including the Oscar-nominated ‘Lagaan’. The musical score is composed by “K” (Krishnakumar), an accomplished artist who has crafted music for more than 30 films.
Anto Chittilappilly, the Producer and CEO of Newton Cinema, expressed deep admiration for Prasanna Vithanage’s masterful storytelling, emphasizing that viewers will be captivated by this extraordinary thriller. Chittilappilly declared, “PARADISE perfectly blends artistic brilliance with commercial entertainment, creating an experience that demands to be enjoyed on the grand cinema screen.”
Newton Cinema’s impressive filmography encompasses titles like ‘LALANNA’S SONG,’ directed by Megha Ramaswamy, ‘KISS,’ directed by Varun Grover, and ‘FAMILY,’ directed by Don Palathara. ‘LALANNA’S SONG’ had its premiere at IFFLA, Los Angeles, and received a special commendation. ‘KISS’ was showcased at NYIFF, New York, securing the Best Director accolade at BISFF, Bangalore, and clinching the Best Short Narrative award at Tasveer, Seattle. Premiering at IFFR, Rotterdam, ‘FAMILY’ won the esteemed Best Film award from HFF, Turkey, and subsequently earned nominations for Best Film and Best Director at IFFM, Melbourne.
About Newton Cinema:
Founded in 2020 by Anto Chittilappilly and Sanita Chittilappilly, Newton Cinema stands as a global film production house committed to crafting exceptional narratives that challenge societal norms and inspire positive transformations. By amplifying the voices of the marginalized, Newton Cinema fosters inclusivity, upholds humanity, and strives for a more harmonious world. Deeply dedicated to sustainability, Newton Cinema drives social, environmental, and economic change for the future. With offices in Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Mumbai, and Kochi, Newton Cinema continues its mission to contribute to the world of cinema.