Jude Anthany Joseph
Jude Anthany Joseph is an Indian movie chief, screenwriter and entertainer, who works in Malayalam entertainment world. His first time at the helm was with Ohm Shanthi Oshaana in 2014, which won the Best Film with Famous Allure and Tasteful Worth at the 45th Kerala State Film Grants.
Jude Anthany Joseph was conceived Sijo Joseph. He lawfully changed his name to Jude Anthany Joseph in 2014, over his proclivity towards Jude the Witness. He is graduated in B-tech Hardware and Correspondence Designing from LBS Designing School, Kasaragod in 2005. Jude wedded Diyana Ann James on 14 February 2015. Jude was captured for loudly manhandling a lady city chairman in April 2017. He was subsequently delivered on bail. Later in Dec 2017, he got boundless analysis for his sexist Facebook post about a well known lady entertainer.
He began his movie profession with Insane Gopalan (2008). After that he was collaborator chief in Malayalam films, Malarvaadi Expressions Club (2010) and Thattathin Marayathu (2012). He has likewise coordinated two short movies, one named Yellow Pen (2012) in which Aju Varghese played the lead job, and the other in view of Malayalam film entertainer Mammootty’s life, named Mammookka’s History. Despite the fact that the short film was finished in 2011, this was delivered to public through YouTube just in February 2014. The short film became a web sensation in a brief time frame and has collected around 59,000 perspectives in a range of one month. He made his directional film debut through the Malayalam film Ohm Shanthi Oshaana which was delivered in February 2014. His second film Oru Muthassi Gadha was delivered in September 2016. His most recent film, Sara’s, was delivered in July 2021.
He also supports the campaign called ‘Karigar Apnao Sanskriti Bachao Abhiyan’ (‘Adopt an Artisan, Save our Culture’) for underprivileged artisans and has created a video for them. He paid for a home for the homeless in Kerala in the scheme created by Dr M.S. Sunil.
- 45th Kerala State Film Awards
- 2015: Best Film with Popular Appeal and Aesthetic Value – Ohm Shanthi Oshaana
- 2014 :Kerala Film Critics Association Award – Best Debutant director for Ohm Shanthi Oshaana
- 2014 : Mohan Raghvan Memorial Award for Best Script ( Ohm Shanthi Oshaana )