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I've been making short films since I was 13 years old. Not that any of them were any good, but I learned a lot, and continue to do so. I like to tell raw, authentic, humanistic stories that get in touch with our emotional sides. 

Kama Sood is a multi award winning filmmaker based in Vancouver, BC. By age 20, Kama had written and directed the short film, The Bus Stop, the story of a mix-race family coming to terms with dementia. The film went on to win the Best Student Short Work at the Whistler Film Festival, Best North American Short Film at the Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival, and Best Student Film at the Oniros Film Awards. The Bus Stop also earned Kama a Leo Award nomination, and was selected by film festivals across Canada and the US.  More recently, Kama wrote and directed Glory Days, the story of a washed up rock star who is forced to confront his troubled past when he meets a mysterious young woman. Glory Days won the Leo Award for Best Student Production, along with a Best International Director nomination at the Oregon Short Film Festival, and will be screening at the Newport Beach Film Festival.


Kama has worked internationally as well. Currently in post-production is a child sexual exploitation awareness PSA for Beyond Borders Canada and APLE Cambodia, filmed on location in Phnom Penh’s most dangerous and poverty stricken neighbourhoods.


Kama holds a Bachelors Degree in Motion Picture Arts at Capilano University.