Presenting new research paper ‘Film vs TV: Intersex representation in Australian media’ in the international interdisciplinary conference ‘Intersex 2020: A Vision for the Future’ at the Dublin City University, Ireland on the 22nd April 2021.
Delighted to share my paper on Australian Film vs TV @IntersexMap @TheDCUniverse & a part of the Art panel. Congratulations @tanyanim @astaines & Mel Duffy on a terrific conference and to gather great speakers from around the globe #AustralianFilms #AustralianTV @uniofeastanglia pic.twitter.com/jeJIkcGCH7
— Kamran Qureshi (@MrKamranQureshi) April 22, 2021
Beautiful evening talk with the Canadian TV host and producer, Sal Ahmed, in his show “Open Talk with Sal Ahmed” (South Asian entertainment show in Toronto, Canada).
Brief Encounters journal: We would like to thank Communication Editor Kamran Qureshi, University of East Anglia (UEA), for helping us recruit the new board, enliven our social media presence and publicise this issue. #BriefEncountersjournal #CHASE #BElaunch2020 #CHASE
A memory with my London Film Academy’s friends, a short film 10years back shot in 2010. Oscar went back to Columbia and after a long time, he visited us in London. Many thanks to our lovely team Malcolm Stewart, Peter Thomas, Kathy Trevelyan, Jan Kolvacin, Ross McNamara, Johnny Stewart, Iram Qureshi, Hareem Qureshi and Oscar Lopez.
Kamran Qureshi presented his research paper “The impact of Transgender Persons Act, 2018 on the intersex community in Pakistan” at the international conference in the University of Lincoln.
Kamran Qureshi presented his doctoral research project about Hollywood, British and Australian Cinema as a part of AVPhD series at the University of Westminster titled “The Representation of Intersex Characters in English Feature Films.” Special thanks to Roshini and Rachel. Pic credit: Joe Jackson.
Kamran Qureshi presented his research paper about the ‘Intersex Representation in US Television Drama Series 1994-2019′ presented at the London Screen Studies Conference 2019 at the Birkbeck, University of London.
Thank you, Rachel Moore, Joe Jackson, Catherine Bengesser and Giulia Bindi.
I’m proud to be quoted in this excellent article in the Intersectional Feminist Media by Sezín Koehler’s article (Sri Lankan American novelist) mentioning Film MURAD (Desire) 2003,
on Intersex and TV Drama MOORAT (Idol) 2004, on a transgender woman and intersex charachters by director Kamran Qureshi.
Corporate videos on Majic, Hunter and Vortex Robots for Innovative Technology and Science Limited (InnoTecUK) are ready to exhibit in ICM International Congress Center München, Germany.
Special thanks to InnoTecUK Team: Tracey Mealing, Alvaro Garcia, Cesar Gomez, Luis Verga, Jose Soler, Mr. Miabhoy and my friend Munawar Ali Dossul.
This is Kamran Qureshi’s interview conducted by Ms Sana Shahid for her dissertation. She was a research student of the 7th semester, Department of Communication Design in the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture. Dated 5th May 2015. The transcript of the interview is as below:
Kamran Qureshi – Nominee: Best TV Director Serial
Haseena Moin – Nominee: Best TV Writer Serial
Raheel Uddin Fareedi – Nominated: Best TV Producer Serial
Sadia Imam – Nominee: Best TV Actress Serial in a Supporting Role
Nominee: Best TV Drama OST
Nominee: Best TV Drama of The Year 2011
Kamran Qureshi – Nominee: Best TV Director Serial for Sarkar Sahab (English: The Evicted Lord) in Lux Style Award 2009
Asif Raza Mir – Nominee: Best TV Actor Serial
Humayun Saeed and Abdullah Kadwani – Nominees: Best TV Serial