Ramesh Sharma is an award-winning film and television producer-director based in India. His debut film Rumtek, about a Tibetan Buddhist monastery, won India's National Award for best short film in 1979. He also directed the critically acclaimed feature New Delhi Times, which was shown at numerous international film festivals. Recently, he has worked on the documentaries Jihad - The Sword of Islam and Afghanistan - The Taliban Years and Beyond, which will soon air on the Discovery Channel. Sharma is the chairman and managing director of Moving Picture Company Ltd. in India.
Ahmed Jamal earned his M.A. in filmmaking from the London Film School. He has made many entertaining and challenging documentaries for independent production company First Take Limited, including Dead Man Talking, The Bounty Hunter, and The Dancing Girls of Lahore. Jamal also directed the award-winning Who Will Cast the First Stone, as well as the 2002 feature Mad Dogs. He is getting ready to shoot his second feature film, currently titled The Gift Horse, which has been developed in conjunction with Screen Yorkshire, the Children's Film and Television Foundation, the BBC, and the UK Film Council.