Nuhash Humayun signs with American talent agencies Anonymous Content, CAA
Anonymous Content and CAA have signed Nuhash Humayun, whose horror short film, "Moshari" won the Grand Jury Award at SXSW 2022, for representation.
"Moshari" was the first film from Bangladesh to premiere in SXSW's Midnight Shorts Program. It follows sisters Apu (Sunerah Binte Kamal) and Ayra (Nairah Onora Saif), who seek shelter inside archaic mosquito nets—the only way to survive against bloodthirsty monsters—if they can first survive each other. It also this year won the Atlanta Film Festival's prize for Best Narrative Short.
According to Deadline, in addition to SXSW, Nuhash's projects have earned support from Sundance, Film Independent and ScreenCraft. The filmmaker was a ScreenCraft 2022 Film Fund Jury Winner and the first Bangladeshi fellow accepted to the Sundance Screenwriters Intensive.
Anonymous Content is a production and management company that represents a diverse roster of writers, directors, actors and comedians. Recent releases from the media company include Benjamin Cleary's sci-fi drama "Swan Song" for Apple TV+ and Netflix's "Worth", starring Michael Keaton, Amy Ryan and Stanley Tucci.
CAA is a leading agency that represents a diverse roster of clients across film, television, music, sports, digital media and marketing, and beyond. Their recent signings include "Sex Education" star Emma Mackey and filmmaker Luca Guadagnino.