Babble Fish Productions was born out of a belief that music and video can come together in unique and beautiful ways. Since its inception in 2008, Babble Fish has lived that belief in everything from documentaries to music videos to digital shorts and TV shows.
Founded by Samira Kanwar, Babble Fish started out making music videos for then emerging artists like Shaa’ir + Func and The Raghu Dixit Project. In 2010, they also worked with British Directors Fred Scott + Nick Davies to produce a documentary and music video for the UK based band Mumford and Sons.
Babble Fish Productions soon became the go-to production house for anything to do with music and video in India, shooting, as well as live streaming, large-scale music festivals and traveling TV shows with the same cultured sensibilities of people who are fans first, and videographers a close second.
The critically acclaimed The Dewarists was BBF’s first foray into television. In 2012, Babble Fish is producing multiple music-based fiction and non-fiction shows for leading channels including Sound Trippin’ for MTV and season two of The Dewarists. A four-part documentary on the Bacardi NH7 Weekender 2011 also aired recently on UTV Bindass, and a documentary on the recently concluded Eristoff Invasion festival will also be on TV soon.