Mustapha Khan is an Emmy Award-winning American director of uniquely inspiring narrative, documentary and television films. His credits include: Song For Our People, an award-winning new music documentary; Rocksteady, a coming-of-age action movie about a small town stock car racer; House on Fire, an award-winning documentary about the AIDS epidemic in Black America; twenty years of original films and specials for Sesame Street and other children’s television shows; and his breakthrough film Reflections of a Native Son, which is on permanent display at the American Museum of Television and Radio Paley Center.
Mustapha Khan is a graduate of Harvard University, a film professor at Brooklyn College and a member of the Directors Guild of America.
"My work is about embracing humanity" says Khan. "Whether I'm shooting a movie or a commercial, kids or adults, muppets or manatees, celebrities or everyday people -- my job is to illuminate what's beautiful inside of us all."