Ruhul Amin (film director)
|Native name||রুহুল আমিন|
|Born||Sylhet District, Sylhet Division, Bangladesh|
|Alma mater||National Film and Television School|
Since then he joined British film Industry and worked as an assistant. Later he attended National Film and Television School. In 1986, he made his first feature film for Channel 4 Television entitled A Kind of English. The film was shown in the festival around the world and earned critical acclaim. The film was compared with early work of De Sica and Satyajit Ray.
Amin has made 13 films for the BBC and Channel 4. Most of them are documentaries and experimental dramas. He is currently making an epic Bengali feature based film on the life and music of a rural Bengali folk, mystic poet and singer Hason Raja played by Mithun Chakraborty, produced by Galaxy Films between UK, India and Bangladesh.
|Flame in My Heart|
|1986||A Kind of English||TV film|
|2000||We Need You||TV film|
|Frozen Moments||Short TV film|
|Scent of Earth|
- Mannikka, Eleanor (3 May 2007). "A Kind of English (1986)". New York: The New York Times. Retrieved 1 February 2015.
- Malik, Sarita (Autumn 1994). "Dr Sarita Malik (PhD)- interviews Ruhul Amin for BLACK FILM BULLETIN" (3) (2 ed.). a British film institute magazine. Retrieved 1 February 2015.
- Ali, Arif (1988). Third World Impact. Hansib Publications. p. 80. ISBN 978-1-870518-04-8. Retrieved 31 October 2010.
- Uddin, Romuz (8 May 2013). "Interview-Film-Maker Ruhul Amin on HASON RAJA Bangla Movie Starring Mithun Chakraborty and Raima Sen". Washington: Washington Bangla Radio. Retrieved 28 October 2014.
- Ruhul Amin at the Internet Movie Database
- Ruhul Amin Interview[dead link]
- Uddin, Romuz. Interview-Film-Maker Ruhul Amin on HASON RAJA Bangla Movie Starring Mithun Chakraborty and Raima Sen. Washington Bangla Radio. 8 May 2013
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