Arifur Rahman is a well renowned film maker joined Global Law Thinkers Society as the Cultural Secretary of the Executive Committee with a hope to make the Earth a paradise.He is very aware of different social issues and wants to create awareness through his creativity. He became interested in filmmaking while studying Anthropology at Jahangirnagar University. His films have played at the prestigious Sheffield Doc/Fest UK and International Human Rights Liberation Film Festival. He has directed and produced documentaries and factual programs in collaboration with BBC, Scottish Documentary Institute, Bangladesh Documentary Council, JICA, Telecom Staff Japan and NHK TV. Arifur Rahman has won the pitching competition at Tokyo Docs last year with his film “Surf Girls”. His first produced Narrative feature film “Matir Projar Deshe/Kingdom of Clay Subjects” has premiered at Seattle International Film Festival and won the best feature film award at Chicago South Asian Film Festival. Arifur Rahman is focused on making independent narrative fiction, documentary films and television programs which are specific to Bangladeshi society and culture, yet universally relatable. The exploration of human condition is the center of their story telling inspiration.