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Reshad Kulenovic

CES Speaker


Reshad Kulenovic is a writer/director based in Rhode Island and New York. He was a 2011-2012 RISCA Film Fellow and has worked in the production department of numerous films and TV shows including The Education of Charlie Banks and in the camera department for the Newport Jazz Festival. He has been awarded the Antonio Cirino Memorial Art Fellowship and the University of Rhode Island gave him the first ever President's Award for Excellence in Film. For his short film Snovi he became one of the first artists to be funded by the Heinrich Boll Foundation. Another producer of Snovi was the Centre Andre Malraux Sarajevo, which also produced Jean-Luc Godard's Notre Musique. Snovi has played 20 international film festivals and was awarded a Grand Jury Prize at the 2011 Rhode Island International Film Festival. Snovi was nominated for a 2011 Student Academy Award.


  • Faculty, The University of Rhode Island