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Javid Banday

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Javid Banday [1] is an internationally acclaimed writer, producer, and director. Javid has produced numerous plays on different platforms both at national and international level.  

Early Life and Career[edit]

Javid Banday was born in Jammu and Kashmir.  He completed his high School from National High School[2] and Post- Graduated in Commerce & Law from University of Kashmir

Javid Banday started his career at Radio Kashmir as a Transmission Executive in 1990. In 1991, Javid wrote his first play Parae tsyoun that symbolically portrayed bird’s despair with the situation of Kashmir in early 90s. After this he wrote many plays like Wapsi, Akhri shab ka musafir, Gaas Chu roumuth etc. Javid Banday won a best documentary of the year award in AkashVani Annual Awards 1995 for Wo ek sach tha.

Javid Banday moved to UAE in 1998 and joined Dubai TV as a Program Coordinator, where he has been part of3 numerous popular shows in early 2000s like In-Focus.

Javid Banday finally moved to Canada in 2006 and is settled there. In 2008, Javid Banday added another credential to his career by doing PG.Dip in Advanced Television and Film Productions from Sheridan College Canada.  He continued his media career in Canada by joining Rogers TV[3] in 2011, then Rawal TV in 2012 and produced several programs like Dastak, Morning Masti with Faiza, Bila Takaluf, Password etc. He created his own production company in 2010 , Media mark International Corp, and made his directorial debut in 2020 with Footprints that got recognized on numerous platforms.

Javid Banday[4] is a member of Screen Writers Association of India.

Personal Life[edit]

Javid Banday is married and has a son named Irfan Banday. He received his Canadian Citizenship in 2010.


TV Shows 1000
Ad Films 40
Short Films 3
Feature Films 6
2014 Identity Card No No No Associate Producer
2016 The Stranger Yes Yes Yes
2017 Hotel Beautifool No No No Associate Producer
2017 Mantostaan No No No Associate Producer
2018 Side A Side B Yes No Yes
2022 Million Dollar Nomad No No Yes
2022 Rang Ratta No No No Production Manager[5]
2022 Footprints Yes Yes Yes
TBA The Immigrant TBD Yes Yes
TBA The Student of the Millenium TBD Yes Yes
TBA Sin Story Yes No No
TBA The Winter House TBD Yes Yes
TBA Kunwar Jee TBD Yes Yes
2022 Footprints Philadelphia Cinema Awards[6] Best Cinematography Won
2022 Footprints London New Wave Film Festival[7] Best First Film Filmmaker Won
2022 Footprints Fox International Film Festival[8] Best Producer Won
2022 Footprints Sun Diego Art Film Festival[9] Best Cinematography Won
2022 Footprints J & K International Film Festival Best Feature Film[10] Won
2022 Footprints California Indies Film Festival[11] Best independent Film Won
2022 Footprints Calgary Independent Film Festival[12] Best Script Won
1995 Wo ek sach tha AkashVani Annual Awards Best Documentary Won
2023 The Immigrant Jaipur International Film Festival[13] Best Screenplay TBA
2022 Footprints Melbourne Independent Film Festival[14] Best Man Filmmaker Won
2023 Footprints Japan International Film festival[15] Best Feature Film Won
1991 Parae Tsyoun[16] Yes Yes Yes
1997 Wapsi Yes Yes Yes
1998 Akhri Shab ka musafir Yes Yes Yes
11996 Gaash chu Romut Yes Yes Yes
1995 Wo ek sach tha Yes Yes Yes
1996 Ek din aman ka Yes Yes Yes
2009 Post Card to Owen Sound Yes Yes Yes
2012 Hazel McCallion's life (Mayor of Mississauga) Yes Yes Yes


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  5. Rang Ratta (2023) - IMDb, retrieved 2023-02-25
  6. "winners-1st". Philadelphia Cinema. Retrieved 2022-12-16.
  7. "7th". New Wave Cinema. Retrieved 2022-12-16.
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  9. "3rd edition". San diego Art Fest. Retrieved 2022-12-16.
  10. "June 16, 2022". Epaper : Daily Excelsior. Retrieved 2022-12-16.
  11. "10th". California Indies. Retrieved 2022-12-16.
  12. "November 2022". Retrieved 2022-12-16.
  13. "Jaipur Internatioanl Film Festival-JIFF". Retrieved 2022-12-16.
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  15. Mag, Tokyo Cine (2023-02-07). "Japan Film Festival January 2023". Japan Film Festival. Retrieved 2023-02-18.
  16. "Media Mark – Movies, Filmmakers, and Production Companies". Retrieved 2022-12-16.


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