Babar Ahmed (director)
Ahmed's first film, Genius, appeared in film festivals in 2003 and was released straight to video.
His second film, Royal Kill, was released in 2009. The film received poor reviews, but featured performances by Eric Roberts and Pat Morita and received a limited release in AMC Theatres and distribution by Lionsgate.
His 2014 film Amka and the Three Golden Rules was shown at the Cleveland International Film Festival and the Arizona International Film Festival, where it received a special award for "bridging cultures." It has received positive reviews for the performance of its young lead actor and Mongolian cinematography.
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