Professor Suri Krishnamma is an award-winning director with more than 30 years experience in the film and TV industry. Credits include BBC dramas A Respectable Trade, The Cazalets and Waking the Dead as well as feature films A Man of No Importance, New Year’s Day and Locked In. His films have been globally exhibited with premiers at the London, Edinburgh, Sundance, Toronto and Munich Film Festivals. Industry recognition includes BAFTA nominations and other awards. Most recently, he directed Bad Karma with Ray Liotta and Dominic Purcell in the lead roles and Dark Tourist starring Melanie Griffith, for which Michael Cudlitz won best actor at Frightfest, London. Also a writer, Suri has a number of new projects in development.