Cast & Crew
Writer / Director / Producer
Bangladeshi writer/director Nuhash Humayun has an undying love for blending genres with South-Asian identity. His credits include the anthology Sincerely Yours, Dhaka (World Premiere at Busan International Film Festival; acquired by Netflix).
His upcoming feature debut, Moving Bangladesh, has received support from the Sundance Institute, Film Independent, the Sloan Foundation, Cannes Marche du Film, Locarno Open Doors & NFDC Film Bazaar.
Bushra Afreen graduated from Queen’s University, Canada in 2017 in Global Development Studies and Drama. During her studies, she worked in over twenty theatre productions, and went on to win the J.C.W. Saxton Prize in Playwriting for her play No Subtitles. She was the first person of color at her university to win this award.
Upon her return to Dhaka, Bushra’s love for the arts led her towards filmmaking. Moshari is her debut film as a producer.
Born and raised in Dhaka, Rashad Wajahat has been working in Bangladeshi production industries since age 19 as a writer, filmmaker, designer, and photographer.
Presently he is pursuing a career as a documentarian and writer in the field of humanitarian aid, amplifying stories from some of the most voiceless people in the world. He has been working as part of the humanitarian response to the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh since 2018.
Director of photography
Ali Ejaz Mehedi was born and raised in the cradle of Dhaka, Bangladesh. A young director & cinematographer cutting teeth in the world of music, narrative, and bleeding edge culture, Ejaz developed a deep-rooted interest in photography in his early twenties.
Whilst pursuing a photography degree at Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, Ejaz became deeply invested in the realm of motion pictures. He transitioned into documentary filmmaking in early 2016.
In the present, Ejaz explores the scope of storytelling in commercials, narrative work, and music videos.
A young trailblazer in Bangladesh’s media industry, actor and model Sunerah Binte Kamal won the National Film Award for Best Actress in her debut film No Dorai.
Sunerah started modelling in 2011, eventually going on to become the face of brands like Aarong, Taaga, O2, Noir, Ecstasy and Warah, among many others.
Carving a space in the media with several television commercials, music videos and other projects, the dedicated young actress had to learn surfing for No Dorai. She will portray a robotics student in her second film Antarjal, which is being touted as Bangladesh’s first cyber-thriller.
Sunerah Binte Kamal
Writer / Director
Director of Photography / Colorist
Abrar Jahan Rafee
In association with
Little Big Films
Sng Ye Min