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The God of Small Things

Saud Emas Jubaer

writer and director

Saud Emas Jubaer, is a New York City-based award-winning young painter and filmmaker, film student at City College of the City University of New York and Manhattan Film Academy, and admirer of Ingmar Bergman. His short film HANDS screened at a prestigious film festival at Harvard University. Saud’s art was exhibited at British Council and the City University of New York. He is a recipient of World’s Top Scorer Award from London Examination Board and Cambridge University in the UK. He is currently affiliated with the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Yann Seweryn

director of photography

After finishing studies in Classics and Comparative Literature at University Paris IV - Sorbonne, and completing a 3 year experience of teaching French in Paris Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi, Yann Seweryn entirely dedicates himself to film-making and enters the Polish National Film School in Lodz in Cinematography Department. He's currently finishing his M.A. Degree, and has already shot around 30 films as a director of photography, including one feature film. "La etiuda", a movie that he wrote and shot as a DOP, won the 2nd award in the Polish Short Film Competition in New Horizons International Film Festival in Wroclaw, Poland in 2015.

Robert Tutak

executive producer

Writer-director-producer,Professor of Film at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, founder-director of the Manhattan Film Academy, recipient of the Fulbright Foundation Grant in Film, and graduate of the Lodz Film School of Poland. His film credits include writing and directing and producing feature-length films: Dubai: A City of Dreams, documentary on labor exploitation in Dubai, UAE, (U.S./UAE; distribution: 7th Art Releasing, U.S., Upside Television, France), independent feature Nobody's Perfect (U.S.; distribution: TLA Releasing), writing and directing a made-for-TV Mecz/Match (Poland; distribution: TVP1, public television) as well as a number of short fiction films and documentaries. His award-winning work has been exhibited internationally, on television and at film festivals, in over twenty countries around the world as well as in the United Sates, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

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Andrzej Krakowski

faculty script advisor

Andrzej Krakowski was born on November 4, 1946 in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland. He is a producer and writer, known for Looking for Palladin (2008), Triumph of the Spirit (1989) and Farewell to My Country (2002).  His production of a 10-episode dramatic TV series titled We Are New York, which was funded by and produced for the Mayor’s Office of New York, won two Emmy Awards in 2010. Andrzej received his education at the Polish National Film School in Łódź. Currently Andrzej is a Professor of Film at City College of the City University of New York. 

Goutom Saha

Casting Director and Costume

Goutom Saha is a fashion editor for leading lifestyle magazine in Bangladesh. He worked as a fashion consultant in Shesher Kobita- a film by Sumon Mkhurjee. Goutom is also a free-lance desighner. His creative work have been exhibited in many newspapers in Bangladesh along with top runway shows in the country. 


Mohammad Rajaur Rahman

Assistant Director

Mohammad studied cinemtography at Alliance Francaise after completing his M.A from MMC, Sylhet. He is also an active stage performer at OPERA Drama Group since 2006 and performed on several Stage productions such as Mirja Ghalib (Surendra Varma), Sesh Rokkha (Robindronath Tagore), Lal Salu etc. He has also written and direceted few telefilms for local channels in Bangladesh.

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