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Name  Udayan Prasad

Role  Television Director
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Nominations  Independent Spirit Award for Best Foreign Film, British Academy Television Award for Best Single Drama
Movies  The Yellow Handkerchief, Brothers in Trouble, Opa!, Gabriel & Me, 102 Boulevard Haussmann
Similar People  Arthur Cohn, Pete Hamill, Maria Bello, Alan Bennett, Hanif Kureishi

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Udayan Prasad (born Sevagram, 4 February 1953) is an Indian-born British television and film director, best known for his films Brothers in Trouble (1995) and My Son the Fanatic (1997), the latter based on a short story by Hanif Kureshi.

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Film

  • Brothers in Trouble (1995)
  • My Son the Fanatic (1997)
  • Gabriel & Me (2001)
  • Opa! (2005)
  • The Yellow Handkerchief (2008)
  • Television

  • A Corner of a Foreign Field (1986, Channel 4)
  • Indian or British or Both? (1986, ITV)
  • Here Is The News (1989, BBC)
  • 102 Boulevard Haussmann (1990, BBC)
  • They Never Slept (1991, BBC)
  • Running Late (1992, BBC)
  • Femme Fatale (1993, BBC)
  • Talking Heads (1998, BBC): Playing Sandwiches
  • Silent Witness (2010, BBC): Intent
  • The Tunnel (2013, Sky/Canal+) (two episodes)
  • Awards

  • 1991: San Francisco International Film Festival Award in the category Golden Gate Award for Screen Two for the episode 102 Boulevard Haussmann
  • 1992: BAFTA Award - nomination in the category Best Single Drama for Screen Two for the Episode 102 Boulevard Haussmann
  • 1993: San Francisco International Film Festival Award - nomination in the category Television Feature for Screen One for the episode Running Late
  • 1995: Third place in the Emden International Film Festival in the category Emden Film Award for Brothers in Trouble
  • 1995: Thessaloniki Film Festival Award in the category Golden Alexander for Brothers in Trouble
  • 1997: Brussels International Film Festival Award - Nomination in the category Best European Feature for My Son the Fanatic
  • 1997: Dinard British Film Festival Award - Nomination in the category Golden Hitchcock for My Son the Fanatic
  • 1999: BAFTA Awards - Nomination in the category Best Single Drama for Talking Heads 2 for the episode Playing Sandwiches
  • 2000: Independent Spirit Awards - Nomination in the category Best Foreign Film for My Son the Fanatic
  • References

    Udayan Prasad Wikipedia


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