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New York-based production company, developing & producing feature documentaries and narrative content. Founded by Sofian Khan.

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‘Do We Belong?’ – Best Short Documentary at CSAFF

04 Oct, by Sofian Khan in Documentary, Short Film

‘Do We Belong?’ has been awarded best documentary short at this year’s Chicago South Asian Film Festival.  Producer Pulkit Datta was in attendance to receive the award on behalf of the entire team.  We’re thrilled to get this recognition at our first festival with the…

‘The Interpreters’ screens at The Little Theater

04 Oct, by Sofian Khan in Documentary

Last week, we had our first community screening in partnership with No One Left Behind — the not-for-profit veterans group dedicated to helping Afghan and Iraqi interpreters resettle in the U.S.  The screening took place at the Little Theater in Rochester, New York, on September…

“An Act of Worship” (Feature) at IFP Week 2018

04 Oct, by Sofian Khan in Documentary

We had the great opportunity of being a a part of this year’s IFP Week from September 15th – 20th, with ‘An Act of Worship’ featured in the Spotlight on Documentaries section.  This gave us the chance to share the project with funders, sales agents…

‘Do We Belong’ @ The Nantucket Project

16 Sep, by Sofian Khan in Documentary

Sunayana Dumala was invited to speak at this year’s Nantucket Project event.  We presented a shortened version of the film ‘Do We Belong?’ ahead of her discussion with one of the project’s co-founders, and both director Sofian Khan and producer Pulkit Datta were in attendance. The weekend…

‘The Interpreters’ Film Review

10 Jul, by Sofian Khan in Documentary

Last week, ‘The Interpreters’ was reviewed by Rachel Kambury for The Wrath-Bearing Tree — an online magazine founded and maintained by veterans.  It’s one of the most thoughtful and insightful pieces that’s been written about the film to date, which is why we wanted to share it here…

‘The Interpreters’ on No Film School

26 May, by Sofian Khan in Documentary

As an avid reader of No Film School for years, it’s exciting to have our film ‘The Interpreters’ profiled on the site. Read the full interview here:

‘Do We Belong?’ on The Atlantic

23 May, by Sofian Khan in Documentary, Short Film

Our recently completed short film about a tragic hate crime in Kansas last year went live this past Friday on The Atlantic selects.  Thanks to the team who helped me make this happen – Jeffrey Johnson, Pulkit Datta, Scott Foley,  Anne Chmelewsky and Barbaros Ali Kaynak,. And the…

‘The Interpreters’ World Premiere – Mountainfilm Telluride

11 May, by Sofian Khan in Documentary

Our film will make its world premiere at the 2018 Mountainfilm Telluride Film Festival on Memorial Day weekend.  We’re looking forward to finally unveiling the film with several of our key participants attending, including “Phillip Morris” and Paul Braun. THE INTERPRETERS, Documentary on Iraqi and…

‘The Interpreters’ IDA/DCTV Work-in-Progress Screening

16 Feb, by Sofian Khan in Documentary

As our festival edit finally nears completion, we were invited to screen the work-in-progress cut at IDA’s DocuClub, organized in partnership with DCTV.  We had a great audience of filmmakers and friends who provided helpful feedback and support.  Field of Vision’s Farihah Zaman served as…