Khanjan Kishore Nath is a new generation filmmaker from India. He did his M.Phill in Mass Communication from Rajiv Gandhi University and film making from Zee Institute of Media arts, Mumbai. He made few short films since his college days like The Quest (Surjya Sandhan), Twilight (Aporahno), The Horizon (Khuj), Waiting For, If, Saknoia (The River Flows) and more. All his films were screened various film festivals around the globe. His first feature film The Bicycle (Chor) was also selected for various film festivals. Pre-production of his second feature film Kukuha is going on.
Besides these, he is the festival director of Nagaon International Short and Documentary Film Festival (India) and working as the head of Cinemalay, a film society based in Assam.
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