Gurvinder Singh is an Indian film director. He is best known for his Punjabi language films Anhe Ghorey da Daan and Chauthi Koot which premiered at Venice and Cannes Film Festival respectively. Gurvinder is an alumnus of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) from where he studied film-making and graduated in 2001. He travelled extensively through Punjab between 2002 and 2006, living and wandering with folk itinerants, documenting folk ballads and oral narratives. It led to his first documentary ‘Pala’. He continued to make short experimental works and documenting arts/artists for the next few years. In 2005 he was invited by avant-garde Indian filmmaker Mani Kaul to be his teaching assistant for a master-class at FTII, which led to a close association with the filmmaker who became his mentor. He translated and published a book of conversations of Udayan Vajpeyi with Mani Kaul, titled ‘Uncloven Space’. His latest film is ‘infiltrator’ starring Veer Rajwant Singh which is a 15 minute short story in an international omnibus called ‘In the same garden’.