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Name
  
Menhaj Huda

Role
  
Film director

Residence
  
London, United Kingdom


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Born
  
20 March 1967 (age 57) (
1967-03-20
)
East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)

Occupation
  
Film director, producer, screenwriter

Awards
  
British Independent Film Award Douglas Hickox Award (Directorial Debut)

Movies
  
Kidulthood, Comedown, Everywhere and Nowhere, Is Harry on the Boat?, Tube Tales

Similar People
  
Adam Deacon, Red Madrell, Sophie Stuckey, Noel Clarke, Geoff Bell

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Menhaj Huda (born 20 March 1967) is a Bangladesh-born British film and television director and producer best known for the film Kidulthood.

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Career

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Huda's first directing job was the 1993 television series Hypnosis. He directed Jump Boy in 1999, which won an award for 'Best Feature Film' at the Mediawave awards.

Other directing credits include Queer as Folk 2, Is Harry on the Boat?, Murphy's Law, Murder in Mind, The Bill, Blue Murder and HolbyBlue.

Huda produced as well as directed Kidulthood and West 10 LDN, both written by Noel Clarke. Huda won the 'Douglas Hickox Award' at the 2006 British Independent Film Awards.

His horror film Comedown which stars Martin Compston, Adam Deacon, Geoff Bell, Red Madrell and Duane Henry, was filmed in 2010 in London. His "spiritual follow-up" to Kidulthood, Everywhere and Nowhere, based around the London DJ scene, was released in 2011.

References

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