Dinesh Sabu made his first feature documentary Unbroken Glass with Kartemquin. It played at numerous film festivals and was broadcast on America ReFramed’s 5th Season in May 2017. Dinesh was awarded “Best Director” at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival in 2017 for his debut feature.
Before Unbroken Glass, Dinesh shot parts of American Arab and The Homestretch with Kartemquin filmmakers. He also shot and is co-producing the forthcoming How to Build a School in Haiti with director Jack C. Newell.
He is currently attending Stanford University’s Documentary Film and Video MFA program.
Films by Dinesh Sabu
- Unbroken Glass 2016
- Director/Producer, Written By, Cinematography
- The Homestretch 2014
- additional camera
- American Arab 2013
- A Good Man 2011
- Production Support for Kartemquin Films, Interns/Production Assistants
- The Interrupters 2011
- additional Kartemquin Films staff
- In the Family 2008
- Kartemquin Interns/Production Assitants
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