Sonejuhi's narrative short film, Love Comes Later, premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. Sonejuhi then completed Cannes's development program Next Step in Paris with her feature script. She is the recipient of the Tribeca All Access development grant and was selected for Shoot New Director's Showcase in New York. She participated in Tribeca Film Institute's Through Her Lens program where she was mentored by Dee Rees, Catherine Hardwicke, Rashida Jones among others. She is the recipient of the Jerome Foundation development grant and Tribeca's IWC award for her feature Stray Dolls, starring Cynthia Nixon, Olivia Dejonge, Rob Aramayo and Geetanjali Thapa, which is listed in Filmmaker Magazine's most anticipated films of 2019. Sonejuhi comes to directing after years of being a professional film editor in New York. She edited award-winning documentaries These Birds Walk (2013) and Homegoings (2013) and several narrative short films and award winning commercial campaigns.
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