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Jayabrato Chatterjee
Well-known novelist and film maker. His first feature film made in 1985, Kehkashaa, starring Victor Banerjee, Mallika Sarabhai and Girish Karnad was critically acclaimed. Has subsequently written and directed over 50 documentaries and training films, short features and telefilms for NGOs in India and Bangladesh in the areas of disability, women's empowerment and education for slum children with national and international funding. These films have been critically acclaimed at foreign film festivals and seminars in Cairo, London, Toronto, Melbourne, Sydney, Singapore, Dhaka, Stockholm and Zurich. Chatterjee's first novel, Last Train to Innocence, published by Penguin, won the Hawthornden Fellowship in Scotland. He is the second Indian after Dom Moraes to have received this honour. His second novel, Beyond all Heavens, published by Harper Collins, received rave reviews. He was Writer-in-Residence at the University of Stirling, UK.