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director of Tears of Harmony


Farookh was the Director, Producer, Script writher, Custom Designer



Interview with Farookh Naghdipour, director of Tears of Harmony:

Q: What was your overall role?
Director/Producer/Script writher/Custom Designer

Q: Did you always want to be in the film Industry?

Q: Tell us how your film evolved.
Perseverance and activities

Q: Did you have any unusual difficulties during filming?
Yes, always read the misuse sensors in the ambush, which must be vigilant.

Q: Will winning awards help promotes the film? How so?
Yes, of course, (it) has many effects, because television companies and their relations give special attention to this point, and I am very happy because I also won award for best film and best director in Rome, Italy.

Q: How did you finance that?
Personal financing.

Q: Where were the locations?
Belgium. Korrijk.

Q: To what audience is your film suited?
I think this film is for all segments of society. And I hope more people (will pay) attention to orphans and cancer patients.

Q: Any bites yet from distributors?
Not yet.

Q: What was it like working with various sources? How did you go about choosing who to interview?
Itís interesting and (I have) new experience

Q: What has the feedback been so far?
Many friends send greetings. Iranian journal published this in London

Q: Are you working on any new projects?
Yes, I am writing a story now, (and) I think it would become an interesting movie.


Q: Tell us about your own background. Where you were born? Where did you study film? What was your first movie? What was your previous job? Are you a full-time filmmaker?
I'm born In iran Masjesolyman, the first oil city in the Middle East. I've experienced in theater in my country and acted in short rolls in Belgium the TV series. Tears of Harmony was my first movie. I'm full-time filmmaker.

Q: what was your first award? And how did you feel at that time?
Best Director in Rome Italy. I was very happy like any other winners.



Q: What was the best part of the project?

When the young Ruby played piano in competition

Q: What was the most challenging?
Attention to orphans and cancer patients

Q: Are you pleased with the overall outcome?

Q: What are your hopes and dreams for the film?
Sale ad of the profit to help cancer patients and orphans

Q: Will you do a sequel?
Yes, of course!

Q: How do you feel to have won awards in Filmmakers of the Year Festival 2015?
I had a special feeling when I won 5 awards

Q: What makes you a filmmaker?
Awards are important in this profession. If you have Prizes will be more cooperation

Q: Why is this subject important to you?
Yes of course

Q: Does this film send the message you intended?
Maybe Depend

Q: Do most people just turn a blind eye when they hear of these issues?
28-The sound of the piano to piano teacher recalls memories. And many tears she shed on this issue

Q: Why the title Tears of Harmony?

Q: Advice to others who might like to follow in your footsteps?
Select a suitable story for the film. So the viewer close to reality

Q: Is there anything in the past happened to you, that make you make this movie? If, yes, what is this?
I think much of the population does not pay enough attention to orphans and cancer patients. My brother and my friend also lost their life to cancer

Q: Is this a film that young people, college or high school students could benefit from?

Q: Do you personally know anyone who inspires the movie?
Yes, mostly, my friend.

Q: Has the film won any other awards?
Yes Film Festival of Rome Italia Cinemadoc

Q: Anything new to date on the film?
Justification and alert people to the sick and orphans

Q: What sacrifices did you make to become a filmmaker?
Society problems. My next movie is also about a motherís problem who has a sick child and a mean husband.

Q: How do you see yourself in the next 10 years?
It is not easy to say. I wish to send a lot of films to cinemas

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