Kanika Myer has had an illustrious career as a Film Director and Editor. Over a period of time she has edited and Directed many award winning works in Films and special projects.
Apart from having directed and edited around 150 TV commercials for brands like Nestle India Limited, Pepsi, Hitachi and many more, Kanika has been associated with many high profile projects in various capacities:
- Co-directed, edited and produced “Jana Gana Mana”, an album saluting the National Anthem with the greatest musical maestros of India – 2007.
- Editor and Second unit Director “Hari Om” a feature film by Bharatbala.
- Editor on "Halo", a feature film for children that won the National award in India (Directed by Santosh Sivan).
- Co-directed and edited “Be a soldier” a short film with Indian Army shot in Siachen,world’s highest, coldest battlefield.
- Co-directed and edited Vande Mataram a series of films and music albums with AR Rahman and Lata Mangeshkar which won the New York film festival award for best film and the Canne award for short films.
- Co-directed and edited “Jaya He” for the Indian Navy and was the first civilian women to sail an Indian Warship. This film was to showcase India to International fleets at the International Fleet review.
- Directed, Scripted & Edited a short film "Khadi-The fabric of freedom” for the Indian National Trust for art and Cultural Heritage" and Volkart Foundation, Zurich
- Directed, Scripted & Edited music video "School Chale Hum", filmed from Kashmir to Chennai and from north-east Sikkim to Rajasthan.
- Directed and Edited the music video titled "Arre Dil Arre Mann" from Lata Mangeshkar’s album "Mera Soor Kabeera"
- Co-Directed and Edited “Desh ka Salaam” a film tribute to our heroic martyr's of Kargil.
- Conceived and Directed "Ekam Satyam" an Indian song with music composed by A.R. Rahman. Michael Jacksons performed live on the song at Munich.
- Directed and edited "Missing Bapu", a series of films at all the places where Gandhi lived and created history.
- Co-Directed a documentary titled, "Gurus of Peace” filming all the living Noble Peace Laureates - Nelson Mandela; His Holiness, the Dalai Lama; Mikhail Gorbachev; Yaseer Arafat; Shimon Peres and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Lech Walenca.