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 21st 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.
Nestle Nido celebrates its heritage of nurturing through the launch of “The Nido Young Stars Show” a platform wherein children’s achievements and their parent’ efforts are celebrated and propagated to a wider audience … A qualified nutritionist will be on board for each episode along with an educationist to guide parents in raising performing children… more
Interview by Uzma Mazhar
Say the word Mother and the name Kamran Qureshi comes to mind. His name is synonymous with the hit show Ariel Mothers. The show directed by Kamran, hit the right chord with viewers, highlighting emotions linked with the strongest figure in a person’s life – his or her mother. Here the director talks about all things motherly and much… more
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August 10, 2003
Interview by Afia Zahoor
The first prize went to Murad (Desire) 2003. The Script by Zafar Meraj and it was directed by Kamran Qureshi. The production was an unconventional story of an intersex person who adopts a child to fulfils his maternal instinct… more
Having short listed the number of entries to eight films that were aired in June, the films were part of a grand show in which the best telefilm of the year was awarded Rs 500,000/- The winner were: Telefilm – Murad, Director: Kamran Qureshi… more
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Interview by Maryam Juzer
Kamran, the 27-year old owner of the production house, Evergreen, and freelance director extraordinaire, explains: She’s my cousin, last year came to do her internship with me of her Msc in Television Production … The day right after our wedding, I had to go for the shoot… more
THE NEWS International
Review of “Talk Show MAA” by Farhat Anis
The highly emotional and a very popular show ‘Maa’ (Ariel Mothers) went successfully on air for the last whole one year and the last show is about to go on air on PTV with an interview of the mothers of Sania Saeed and Kamran Qureshi – the man who conceptualised, directed and shot the whole show with an high appreciation for his team mates… more
MAG – Jung Group
Review of “Talk Show MAA” by Peerzada Salman
Without a jot of a doubt, if there was any program, run on our local TV, that really attracted the attention of viewers in recent times, it was “Ariel Mothers” … young and ebullient Kamran Qureshi held the reins and steered Ariel Mothers to unprecedented fame… more
THE NEWS Director’s Directory
November 1999 – Interview by Sumeha Malik
The evolution of television into a powerful commercial tool has been a fascinating one. Talent and energies have surged during the fledging years and numerous directors have left an indelible mark. In step sent out standard questionnaires to a group of young, individuals who are blazing a path through the world of camera, lights and action… Kamran working with good banners, plans on continuing in the television circuit. Having more experimental ventures he will go strength to strength and add weight to his reputation. ___SM … more
Review of “Talk Show DRAMA HEE DRAMA”
In this 25 minute show, there’s a celebrity interview, besides ratings for 5 best actors, actresses and review of a current play, which is based on research by renowned journalists … The reviews appears authentic, and well required. Director Kamran Qureshi had indeed done a great job… more