Sanjay Rawal – Turning Our Limitations into Internal Victories. Lessons from a 3,100 Mile Marathon.

Sanjay spent 15 years working on human rights campaigns globally. He also ran initiatives for acclaimed artists and philanthropists, which gave him the push he needed to start making films. Sanjay’s first documentary, FOOD CHAINS (2014), was produced by Eva Longoria and Eric Schlosser with narration by Forest Whitaker. The film won numerous awards, was released theatrically in 40 cities by Screen Media and was acquired by Netflix.

Sanjay’s second film, 3100: RUN AND BECOME, was released theatrically in the US in 20 markets last fall and is now available on online platforms. He also produced GATHER, a documentary on Native American food sovereignty is set for completion in mid 2019.

Sanjay’s work has been supported by Ford, Bertha, BritDoc, Fledgling, 11th Hour Project, NoVo, and the Omidyar Network. His work has won an assortment of honors include a James Beard Media Award.

Sanjay is a student of the late Spiritual Master, Sri Chinmoy.

3100 Run and Become – //3100film.com

Connect with Sanjay

Instagram: @mrsanjayr


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