Babar Hussain Tutor, Filmmaking

Babar Hussain

I’m Babar Hussain, a dedicated Filmmaking Tutor at the School of Digital Arts, Manchester Metropolitan University, with over a decade of hands-on experience in Film, Television, and Radio productions. My passion lies in empowering the next generation of filmmakers, helping them master the art of filmmaking from concept to release, and contributing outstanding talent to the film industry and beyond.                                                                                                     

With a PhD in Film Studies from the University of the Arts, London, MBA in Business Studies, MSc in Digital Film Technologies and MSc in Communication Studies Film & TV, I bring a comprehensive understanding of every facet of the filmmaking process. My expertise spans project development, direction, production, post-production, cinematography, and the business of film. My skills include project development, post-production techniques, camera operations, industry trend awareness, and mentoring students to find their creative voices and build confidence.

I’m particularly interested in digital filmmaking and the transformative impact of digital film technologies on the industry. My vast practical and theoretical knowledge in this area equips me to guide students effectively in harnessing the power of these technologies.

My teaching and research interests encompass a wide range of topics, including Visual Culture, Media Effects, Film Authorship, Identity Politics, and more. I’m committed to fostering a deep understanding of film and media studies among my students. Proficient in software like Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and DaVinci Resolve, I stay at the forefront of technology in the film industry.

Let’s connect and explore opportunities to collaborate, discuss film, or share insights on the ever-evolving world of cinema.