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‘Black Sheep’ How it all began-Guest post by Reshel Shah Kapoor

January 21, 2016

DUBAI, UAE, January 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — (Courtesy: PRNewswire)

Reshel Shah Kapoor honored with two gold titles at the World Human Rights Awards and World Documentary Award

Film lecturer at SAE Dubai and independent filmmaker Reshel Shah Kapoor picked up two awards for her documentary feature film titled ‘Black Sheep’, at the Human Rights Awards and World Documentary Award hosted in Indonesia yesterday. Under the umbrella of the International Film Festivals, a group dedicated to give honor and appreciation to people who work and dedicate their lives fighting for human rights, the awards were established to support the United Nations in promoting days dedicated to humanitarian causes.

The spotlight continued to shine on Reshel as she brought home awards in several other categories at the festival, including Human Rights Filmmaker of the year, Best Humanitarian Film of the year and the Filmmaker of Inspiration award for her feature documentary film. ‘Black Sheep’ was made possible with the support and backing of other SAE Dubai faculty members and alumni and took two years to complete. The film project, braced by One Day Production and Accord Equips was completed in November 2015 and has since been entered into 16 international film festivals. Read more at:


‘Black Sheep’ My Pet Project-How it all began
by Reshel Shah Kapoor

Where do I begin, this is my first blog when it comes to writing about ‘Black Sheep’. I won’t make it long as you all might get bored at some point.

Firstly let me introduce myself. My name is Reshel Shah Kapoor, I’ve been in the film industry for over eight years and am also a film lecturer. I have mainly been a Producer in production work and this will be my first venture as a Director and Producer on a feature length documentary named ‘Black Sheep’…what else I have brown eyes, was born in Barkingside Hospital and just turned 28! 

Black Sheep is a passion project. It all started years ago when I was in UK. I was born and brought up my whole life in UK but am an Indian and it used to amaze me…

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  1. Good luck !

  2. Thank you, Ma’am. Reshel deserves the accolades she is getting. 🙂

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