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HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

January 31, 2016

“Indian Comedy ‘Brahman Naman’ to Premiere Globally on Netflix” by Nyay Bhushan

 

SCREEN DAILY

January 18, 2016

“Buyers eye Sundance discoveries; 34 titles to watch” by Jeremy Kay

 

INDIEWIRE

January 15, 2016

“Exclusive: Meet the Colorful Characters Behind Sundance Sex Comedy ‘Brahman Naman'” by Kristen Santer

 

THE HINDU

December 8, 2015

“Quizzing, drugs, and the pursuit of sex” by Sankhayan Ghosh

 

GLAMSHAM

December 3, 2015

“Q’s BRAHMAN NAMAN in Sundance 2016 World Cinema Competition line up: Sundance announces line up” by Rajesh Kumar Singh 

 

ASSOCIATED PRESS

December 2, 2015

“Sundance Film Festival Reveals Drama, Documentary Contenders”, by Sandy Cohen

 

VARIETY

December 2, 2015

“Sundance Film Festival Unveils 2016 Competition, Next Films” by Justin Chang.

 

SCREEN DAILY

December 2, 2015

“Sundance: US, World Competition titles revealed”, by Jeremy Kay

 

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

December 2, 2015

“Sundance: Obama Love Story ‘Southside With You,’ Anthony Weiner Doc to Premiere at Fest”, by Tatiana Siegel

 

INDIEWIRE

December 2, 2015

“Sundance Announces Competition and NEXT Lineups, Featuring Returning Favorites and a Secret Director”, By Kate Erbland

 

THE GUARDIAN

December 2, 2015

“Biopic of Obamas’ first date and Ellen Page baby swap drama among Sundance competition titles” by Andrew Pulver.

 

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

December 2, 2015

“Sundance Film Festival announces Next, Dramatic, and Documentary Competition lineups”, by Chris Lee

 

DIGITAL-IS MEDIA AWARDS 2015

‘FHPC’ Starring George the Poet is Nominated in 2nd Screen Nation Digital-iS Media Awards 2015 in the ‘Favourite Short Film’ category

 

TELEGRAPH INDIA

February 26, 2015

“Q on his new film B Naman, a Brit comedy about quizzards of the ’80s” by Arindam Chatterjee