Our new feature film Only Love Matters (2022) has done phenomenally well on the film festival circuit and has won multiple 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…
My book chapter A Critical Analysis of the Transgender (Intersex) Persons Act, 2018, in Pakistan Versus United Nations Recommendations in Walker, M. (Ed) to be published in Interdisciplinary and Global Perspectives on Intersex. Pre-order the book for despatch on publication. Publication Date: 06/02/2022.
Publisher: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
I am delighted & honoured to be invited by Prof Surya Monro 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.
Please see https://www.intersexnew.co.uk/
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
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
MA Film, Television and Creative Practice, what an extremely talented group of students I have in my class from around the globe and more girls than boys learning practice through the academic understanding of film and television University of East Anglia.Continue Reading…
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.Continue Reading…
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.Continue Reading…
The 2019 Philosophy of Film, Without Theory interdisciplinary conference covered various topics on the idea of Philosophy without theory, as a plurality of methodologies that include fine-grained description and discernment; disentangling confusions; reactive and/or reflective critical inquiry, the exploration of conceptual connection; logical geography; conceptual synthesis; the provision of perspicuous presentations and survivable overviews; non-systematic engagement with individual or particular works, subject, ideas, events and/or situation… and more.Continue Reading…
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: