Dr Kamran Qureshi’s directed new British feature film Only Love Matters (2023) has done phenomenally well on the film festival circuit and has won over 30 awards including Best Director, Best Producer, Best Feature Film, Best Screenplay, Best Production Design, Best Actress, Best Editing, Best Cinematography, Best Makeup, Best Romantic film, Best Women film, Best Message and Best Original Idea.Continue Reading…
Films spark and nurture the imaginative capabilities of children. Today’s discussion was about best English movies for children on 92 TV News’ morning show.Continue Reading…
“Only Love Matters @onlylovematter is a rare feature film about intersex people’s lives. Dr. Kamran Qureshi and Dr. Iram Qureshi from the film were great guests on my CinematNIC podcast”. Nicole Russin-McFarland : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/interview-only-love-matters-producer-dr-iram-qureshi/id1403036218?i=1000606676989“
Dr Kamran Qureshi chaired ‘The Final Reflections and Future Projects Panel’ of The Centring Intersex international conference supported by University of Huddersfield, the COST Action Network, the journal Social Sciences & others. He also presented his research on ‘American Intersex Television Characters’.
A big thanks to Professor Surya Monro and all the organisers, from eleven countries, who come from a range of backgrounds, including academics, activists, advocates and experts. Thank you everyone who has been involved with this conference.
An interview of Dr Kamran Qureshi, the director of Only Love Matters, by EASTERN EYE’S editor-at-large and former BBC correspondent, Barnie Choudhury.
Link will appear here soon.
Thank you Team BOL TV for inviting Dr Kamran Qureshi (Director) and Dr Iram Qureshi (Producer) to your segment ‘Success Story’ in the Morning Show ‘DUNYA BOL HAI’.Continue Reading…
Award-winning team (Only Love Matters) Director Dr Kamran Qureshi, Producer Dr Iram Qureshi and actress Sara Faraj were guest in Samaa TV’s Morning live transmission, NAYA DIN (New Day).Continue Reading…
Only Love Matters: “A story of love, relationships, existence and acceptance” NEO TV
Team Only Love Matters, producer Dr Iram Qureshi and director Dr Kamran Qureshi, were live at NEO TV morning show. Hosted by Nabeeha Ejaz & Anwaar Khawar.Continue Reading…
Dr Kamran Qureshi is a peer-reviewer for famous institutions such as Springer Nature, a German-British academic publisher, for the scholarly research work.
“Remarking on the ground-breaking film, Only Love Matters, Professor Eylem Atakav said: “What’s really interesting and original about Kamran’s work here is that it’s a fiction film, not a documentary, not a docudrama, and this isn’t something that has been done often.” T-Vine London, UK.
Dr Kamran Qureshi has joined Film and Media department as a Lecturer in Film Production at the Solent University Southampton, where he is a Pathway Leader of Cinematography (2022-2023) and Module Leader of Introduction to Cinematography. He is teaching and supervising: Professional Practice Portfolio; Intermediate Major Project; and Final Major Project modules in BA (Hons) Film & TV and BA (Hons) Film Production courses.
Kamran Qureshi’s peer-reviewed Journal essay An exploration of intersex characters in Indian Cinema has published in issue 61 of (open access American journal) Jump Cut on 5th September 2022.
Please see link here https://www.ejumpcut.org/currentissue/KamranQureshi/index.html
This is Dr Kamran Qureshi’s interview conducted by PhD student at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Ms Sveta Solntseva for her dissertation. Dated 3rd Sep 2022.
Short blurb: “Sveta Solntseva is an INIA research fellow and PhD student at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Sveta’s research focuses on intersex representations and subjectivities and she is currently looking for England-based intersex people and activists to take part in 60-90min online interviews. Through the interviews, Sveta would like to explore how intersex people and allied activists view the existing representations of intersex in England, how those personally or collectively affect local intersex people or communities, and how they think their individual life stories reflect on these representations. Additionally, Sveta is interested to learn more about emerging activist-produced representations created within the UK context, such as fiction and non-fiction books, films, comics, photography, theatre plays, etc., and authors’ agentic processes and stories behind those projects.”
The transcript of the interview will appear below.
American Orchestral Composer Jeffrey Weeks Harrison speaking about film Only Love Matters directed by Dr Kamran Qureshi. Click here for movie page on KQ Movies.
Kamran was a guest speaker to talk about Open Research Practice and Transparency in Art and Humanities along with his intersex database and film Only Love Matters. He was also supporting as UEA local representative with the UK reproducibility network (UKRN, a peer-led consortium for world-leading research) at the University of East Anglia. UKRN is hosting a series of events across and within UEA faculties and disseminate UKRN information. The team invite speakers who prepare their talk to discuss a topic about sharing research data.
Please see link: https://www.ukrn.org/2021/09/24/new-animated-explainer-on-data-sharing-now-available-to-view-online/
Less than a week to go until our next and final talk of this year by Dr. Kamran Qureshi! An insight into intersex narratives and screen works database for publishing research! UEA UKRN is promoting reproducible research across disciplines – Join us on Thurs, 30th June! pic.twitter.com/5Se8bTNsLM— ReproducibiliTea UEA (@ReproTeaUEA) June 24, 2022
Wonderful news, Dr Kamran Qureshi has received his Fellowship status (FHEA) from Advance HE. He is officially a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy UK.
Wonderful news, so happy to receive my Fellowship status (FHEA) from @AdvanceHE🙂— Kamran Qureshi (@DrQureshiKamran) June 28, 2022
Heartfelt thank you for your support @EylemAtakav @RichardJHand @DrIramQureshi @lornarichardson @KhaldounShami #ChristineCornea @uofeastanglia #SamParkinson #SonalVij #ApoorvPadhye #DazhangWang pic.twitter.com/L99d55FubE
Only Love Matters is the winner of Public Engagement Awards 2022 of University of East Anglia.
“It’s no wonder that the panel were all staggered by the work undertaken – it gave them goosebumps! – and, for that, Dr Qureshi was awarded special recognition.
Only Love Matters is now in the process of distribution and is expected to be commercially released in cinemas and Netflix later this year.” University of East Anglia.
University of East Anglia (UK) Link: https://research-portal.uea.ac.uk/en/prizes/engagement-awards-2022-special-recognition-award-winner
Kamran is presenting his practice-based research and discuss his new romantic family drama feature film Only Love Matters, at the JAM (Journeys Across Media) Conference, by the Department of Film, Theatre and Television, at Minghella Studios, University of Reading, on the 28 April 2022.
Lovely to meet Gemma Cutler-Colcough, Andrew Philip, Adam O’Brien & Dana Combs Leigh. Congratulations for organising wonderful hybrid JAM, an interdisciplinary international conference #theory #practice @ftt_reading @UniofReading. @UEAResearch @FTM_UEA @uniofeastanglia pic.twitter.com/AySpUkLKZS— Kamran Qureshi (@DrQureshiKamran) April 28, 2022
A talk about an undergraduate dissertation “A Visual History of the Evolution and Marginalisation of Hijras and the Third Gender in India”. Dated 24th Feb 2022.
“My undergraduate dissertation looked at a visual history of the Hijra community and gender non-conformity in the Indian subcontinent. It traced gender non-conformity back 2800 years ago in the Rigveda. I looked at how the community changed from pre-colonial to “British India”. I used cultural and artistic representations of gender non-conformity to track this change. My dissertation received 83% (first class honours). As part of my research for my dissertation I reached out to Kamran for some guidance. Kamran is an important scholar in the area of South Asian intersex people.” Shahrazad Hand, Cardiff University
Proud to be associated with the 2022 Green Film Festival Team. It is an annual environmentally themed film festival in Norwich, England, which holds film screenings, workshops, speeches, and other events. The Green Film Festival provides an exciting programme of free film screenings and events, presenting and bringing together intersecting ideas and interests within environmental issues and cinema. The festival is supported by the University of East Anglia and free to everyone. It aims to generate conversations around global environmental challenges and solutions.Continue Reading…
Kamran is teaching Digital Media Theory & Practice; Ethics in a digital age; The Internet; Theorising social media and 3D recording to undergraduate students at the University of East Anglia.
I’m glad to have my chapter, “A Critical Analysis of The Transgender (Intersex) Persons Act, 2018, in Pakistan vs United Nations Recommendations” in the new book, Interdisciplinary and Global Perspectives on Intersex, edited by Megan Walker and published by Palgrave Macmillan in Jan 2022, I have written on the United Nations recommendations and international media’s role on intersex human rights and laws.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-91475-2_11
Contributors: https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/bfm%3A978-3-030-91475-2%2F1.pdfContinue Reading…
I am delighted & honoured to be invited by Prof Surya Monro (University of Huddersfield) for today’s talk (3rd December 2021) at The INIA Network (Intersex New Interdisciplinary Approaches) supported by a grant from the European Commission, to speak about my Practice As Research on Intersex characters in Hollywood, British & Australian Cinemas & my new feature film Only Love Matters.
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.
Dublin City University link: https://www.intersexnew.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/intersex-2021-conference-booklet-20.04.2021.pdf
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
Presenting new research paper this October 2020, ‘Portrayal of Intersex Characters in Indian Cinema’ The Southwest Conference, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, US.