Follow four major crime investigations with Crime Stories: India Detectives, releasing September 22, 2021
September 14, 2021: Set in Bengaluru, Crime Stories: India Detectives explores some of the most shocking and puzzling crimes that the city has witnessed. A crew follows the Bengaluru Police and documents a never-seen-before look into the methods and working of Indian police. Releasing on Netflix on September 22, the docu-series will give a glimpse into the psyche of a suspect and a rare glimpse into the complex and challenging inner workings of four major crime investigations.
Produced by Minnow Films, the character based docu-series showcases four stories and will also give viewers a peek into emotional moments experienced by the police while investigating the crimes and their personal lives and personalities.
Follow four crime investigations with Crime Stories: India Detectives!
Releasing September 22, 2021 on Netflix.
Executive Producers: Morgan Matthews, Fiona Stourton
Series Editors: Jules Cornell, Ella Newton
Directors: N Amit, Jack Rampling
Producer: Tarun Saldanha
Line Producer: Ella Gutteridge
Associate Producers: Richa Bhavanam, Sandeep Jain, Naveen Kumar J
Series Producer: Claire Cahill
Series Director: Jack Warrender
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About Minnow Films:
Minnow Films is a multi-award-winning independent production company renowned for the quality, character, and flair of their programmes. They produce ground-breaking documentary and drama, at the very cutting-edge of filmmaking, making intelligent, high-end films across a broad range of compelling subjects. Founded by BAFTA award-winning director Morgan Matthews in 2006, Minnow is committed to making films of the highest quality and continues to attract some of the most established and talented filmmakers in the industry.
Minnow’s catalogue of previous productions includes The Fallen, a landmark film about the loss of British Armed Forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, described by the BBC as the most ambitious single documentary they had ever commissioned. The film went on to win two BAFTAs. Other successes include: the BAFTA winning The Last Survivors, the multi award winning BBC drama Damilola, Our Loved Boy and the successful Netflix series Bad Boy Billionaires