Animesh Garg is a film editor based in the UK.

A postgraduate in film from University of the Arts London, Animesh is an internationally awarded filmmaker who is committed to telling stories that reflect a part of his South Asian heritage and a part of his identity as a global citizen. His micro-short film “Happily Ever After” that he wrote, directed, and edited broadcasted nationally on Indian television. His other self-funded student short films as a writer-director-editor 'Blue' (2016), and 'Vadh' (2017) won him a lot of awards in the Indian film festival circuit. That film also made it to the top 50 of Flamingo International Film Festival (2018) in Mumbai, India, where it competed with big-budget productions for a place at the Cannes Short Film Corner. Most recently in February 2024, his short film ‘Le Son des Pinces’ (Director, Editor) was nominated at notable international film festivals like the Vyre International Film Festival (USA) where it screened at the Chinese Man Theatres in Hollywood. Another film that he edited; ‘Farewell’ recently screened at the Southbank Centre in March 2024 and has just started its festival run.

He currently works as a freelance filmmaker based out of London, where he majorly provides video solutions to a diverse range of clients who are involved in the education, fashion, and art industries.