Roshan Gunga is a graduate of the National Film & Television School (MA) with a mentorship under the Academy Award-winning film composer, Dario Marianelli.
His works include Comedy Central UK series ‘Drunk History: Black Stories’, ‘Azaar’, which received a BAFTA nomination for best British Short Film in 2020; ‘Wild Tokyo’, which airs on ITV in 2021; and the BBC documentary, ‘Eva Kor: The Holocaust twin who forgave the Nazis’. He has also worked as an assistant for Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch with her music for ‘Rocks’, directed by Sarah Gavron.
Other notable scores include ‘The Grandfather Machine’, a video game which was nominated for the Grads in Games Best Student Game Award 2018; and ‘Mother’s Ruin’, an animated musical starring Paul Whitehouse and Jaime Winstone. He is currently working on the score for ‘Obviously Inappropriate Content’, a video game developed by Shane Hou for release in 2021.