Wilson Louis, an eminent Visual Effects Digital Artist, Film Director, Producer of TVCs and Short Films is geared-up to offer one stop platform to innovative and determined Filmmakers!
Filmmaker Wilson Louis, who once traded his machine to create a short film is now a proprietor of an extravagant Pre-Production plus Post-Production and Visual Effects studio in the city of dreams, Mumbai. Mr. Wilson belongs from the zone where he is happy to offer all support and display place to the new filmmakers who are fanatical towards their determination and waiting to attain their victory in filmmaking.
When Wilson confronted careworn time of his life as a filmmaker, he hardly had any helping hands to nurture his prerequisite for most minuscule facility to create a short film. But, a zealous filmmaker, didn’t quit; instead he stood sturdy in contradiction to those hitches, and took the most challenging decision to sell his machine to raise the funds to co-produce and direct a short film named ‘Holding-Back’. As we all know that true efforts with honest intentions always pay off, Wilson’s sacrifice for the short film paid off in grand ways and became an Award winning short film which is centered upon the sensitive issue of a cancer patient!
Subsequently, Mr. Passionate Wilson Louis never looked back.
He also wrote and directed the cult horror feature film “Kaalo”, which on YouTube has garnered a record-breaking 61 million eyeballs and still counting.
In his filmmaking life span, he was in the making of 40 plus Feature Films as VFX Producer-Director, and as many Advertisements and Corporate Films with top brands as a Producer & Director and some remarkable short films to satisfy his passion as a Writer, Director and Producer.
His last short film ‘Choke’, was completely shot with only involving the members of a housing society. Right from the location, to actors, to technicians, he said, “I was taken back by their generous co-operation and, I feel, this could be the only film shot in such parameters.” In today’s time, when we are dealing with a pandemic, an association like IMPPA had announced some kind of cash relief to their members. I thought it could be false but I still applied to check the facts, and I was amazed when I received the text of Rs.3000 transferred to my account. That was a shock value for me, the amount seems minor but the idea behind it was great and that 3000 rupees was decent enough for someone in my staff or some worker to buy his one-time provisions.” Mr. Louis stated this with true concern towards all the technicians and respected the solicitous act of IMPPA.
The person, who acknowledges highs and lows in filmmaking as a teacher, truly wants to deliver those conveniences to the newcomers which were not ever offered to him. His production house, Wilson Louis Films (WLF) is one-stop studio in digital medium with pre and post-production facilities, be it cameras, gimbals, steady cam, lights or post facilities like editing, sound and visual effects, etc. Mr. Wilson is currently formulating to make two biggies as the Director and willing to open entrance ways for the worthy short film makers.