Nurul Alam Atique

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Nurul Alam Atique
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation Filmmaker

Nurul Alam Atique is a Bangladeshi television dramatist and scriptwriter, and film-maker.[1][2] Atique received the Bangladesh National Film Award as the best scriptwriter for the full-length feature film Kirtonkhola (directed by Abu Syed). He also received the Meril Prothom Alo Critic Award as the best director and best scriptwriter for his first video film Choturtha Matra.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Television productions[edit]

  • Choturtha Matra / TV Drama
  • Cycle er Dana / TV Drama
  • Polayanporbo / Serial
  • Jora Ilish / Telefilm
  • Bonophul / Telefilm
  • Jaal / Drama
  • Labonyo Prova / Mega serial
  • Chiti / Serial
  • Baro vooter kichha / Drama
  • cinderella / Drama
  • Odrissho manob / Telefilm
  • Mone-mone / Serial
  • Chondrobindu / Non-fiction
  • Ekta Phone kora jabe, plz./ Scriptwriter
  • Everest / Drama
  • Marmaid / Drama
  • Ekta kinle ekta free/ Mega serial
  • Icecream/ Drama
  • A journey by boat/ Drama
  • Bikol pakhir gaan/ Drama
  • Obak Shondesh/ Drama
  • Kushumer Cahrpash/ Drama
  • Highway/ Drama
  • Dalim Kumar/ Drama
  • Saifulartish/ Drama
  • Golpoguchcho/ serial (ongoing)

Books[edit]

  • Editor, Nree (issues on SM Sultan, Myth etc.)
  • Writer, Notun Cinema Shomoyer Proyojon
  • Writer, Moger Mulluke Firingeer Beshati

Awards[edit]

Film:

  • Best Scriptwriter (jointly with Abu Sayeed), Bangladesh National Award, Kittonkhola (dir. Abu Sayeed)[3]

TV Drama:

  • Best Scriptwriter, Meril Prathom Alo Critic Award 2002, Choturtha Matra
  • Best Director, Meril Prathom Alo Critic Award 2002, Choturtha Matra
  • Best Director, Meril Prathom Alo Critic Award 2003, Cycle er Dana
  • Best Scriptwriter, Meril Prathom Alo Critic Award 2008, Ekta Phone kora jabe plz.
  • Best Director, Meril Prathom Alo Critic Award 2010, Bikol Pakhir Gaan[4]
  • Best Scriptwriter, Meril Prathom Alo Critic Award 2010, Bikol Pakhir Gaan[4]
  • Best Scriptwriter, Daily Star - SCB Critic Award 2010, Bikol Pakhir Gaan[4]
  • Best Director, Daily Star - SCB Critic Award 2010, Bikol Pakhir Gaan[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "400 years and still going strong". The Daily Star. 28 July 2009. Retrieved 19 February 2010. 
  2. ^ "Digital Film: New technologies, new talents". The Daily Star. 7 September 2007. Retrieved 25 November 2010. 
  3. ^ "Upcoming director on his idea of new cinema". The Daily Star. 2 September 2007. Retrieved 25 November 2010. 
  4. ^ a b c d "Meril Prothom Alo Awards". The Daily Star. 11 April 2010. Retrieved 25 November 2010. 

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