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Pervis Milroy Goes, professionally known as Milroy Goes (born 3 September 1986) is an Indian film director.[1] born to Portuguese-Goan parents.[2] Milroy speaks English, Portuguese, Konkani, and Hindi.

Milroy Goes
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Born (1986-09-03) 3 September 1986 (age 32)
Other namesPervis Milroy Goes
OccupationFilm director
Parent(s)Vincent Floriano Gois (father) Piedade Cardoso (mother)
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Mr. Goes is from India's smallest State "Goa" (once a Portuguese Colony)[3] had his film Welcome M1LL10NS[4] Qualified in General Category at 91st Academy Awards[5] [6] in 2019.[7][8]


Career as film directorEdit

In 2008, Milroy's first short film was screened at IFFI Chota Cinema. He was mentored by a Frenchmen “Anthony Coombs-Humpreys” and his wife Christine. He made a Short Film with a Bollywood actor Deepraj Rana,[9]

In 2012, he made directorial debut in Konkani cinema with the film The Victim.[10][11][12][13]

Milroy is known for his films, also an ad film with Australian cricketer Brett Lee. He has directed music videos, one of which was featured on the channel VH1 India.[14]

In 2014, at International Film Festival of India[15] IFFI he quotes "The reason is not always financial, it is also technical. Many Konkani filmmakers lack technical support and there is a need for a more sophisticated filmmaking institute to provide the basics and mentor amateurs."[16]

In 2015, Milroy Goes one of the Jury member along with cinematographer Sharmad Raiturkarand filmmakers Swapnil Shetkar[17] for the first edition of the 'Goa Short Film Carnival' by Goa Talkies.[18]

'Peon – Ek Chaprasi' was premiered at 'Goa Short Film Carnival 2015', a three-day festival exclusively for short films. And on the closing day Milroy Goes received a recognition at the hands of Chief Minister of Goa Laxmikant Parsekar [19]

In 2017, he wrote and Directed Feature Film[20] WELCOME M1LL10NS[21][22] and in 2018,[23] the Film gets its release at Laemmle's Music Hall in Beverly Hills [24] Qualified for the 91st Academy Awards in General Category.[25][26][27]

In 2018, Milroy Goes along with Rajesh Patil, Nalini Elvino De Sousa and Lynsey Miller were the jury members for the 'Short Film Competition' "Get High On Life" organized by Human Touch Foundation in GOA.[28]

In August 2018. Launched the YouTube Series "LEARN FROM MIS[TAKES] with MILROY GOES"[29][30] Produced by Manna Mohie

In January 2019. Milroy Goes actively participated in Panel Discussion at Men Against Violence and Abuse (MAVA)[31] in collaboration with the department of social work, Don Bosco College (DBC), Panaji hosted the second edition of Samabhav, a travelling film festival film, Panjim Goa. [32]


Year Film Language Role
2012 The Victim - Theatrical Feature Konkani Director
2011 Expect The Unexpected Short Film English Writer/Director
2009 Unexpected Short Film English Writer/Director
2007 Vengeance Short Film English Writer/Director
2011 Let My Life Go By - Music Video English Director/Editor
2012 Tum Saath Nahi - Music Video Hindi Director/Editor
2012 Been Here Before - Short Film English Co-Director/Editor
2013 Adêus Moga - TV Movie Konkani Director
2014 Peon "Ek Chaprasi - Short Film Hindi Director
2017 "Tunch Mhojea Jivit" - Johnny Dcunha Ft. Shashaa Tirupati Music Video[33] Konkani Director
2018 "WELCOME M1LL10NS - Feature Film Konkani Hindi English Punjabi Writer/Director
2018 "Go Goa Go" (Music Video) For FC Goa Fans, Rosario Miranda Ft. Blasio Pinto English Director
2018 "Formalin" (Music Video) Khabir Moraes English Konkani Director
2018 "Tere Bin Nai Lagda" (Music Video) Shashaa Tirupati Punjabi Director/Editor
2018 LEARN FROM MIS[TAKES] with MILROY GOES[34] English Himself
2019 "Chaudhvin Ka Chand" (Cover Song) Shashaa Tirupati with Crehyl Pereira Urdu Director/Co-Editor
2019 "Don't Know Why" Norah Jones Cover by Shashaa Tirupati with Crehyl Pereira English Director/Co-Editor
2019 "Pardesi" (Dev D) Female Cover Version by Shashaa Tirupati Hindi Director/Editor


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