During the Oslo Pix international film festival, the audience will have the chance to learn more about the films on this year’s program through conversations with filmmakers and actors.
The festival and the Finnish-Norwegian Cultural Institute have invited the director Hamy Ramezan to join a conversation about his film Any Day Now. The conversation is led by Jonathan Harvey from the Department of Film, Television and Scenography at Aalto University. The conversation is held in English.
Hamy Ramezan (b. 1979) is a Finnish-Iranian filmmaker. Since graduating from the film school UCA Farnham in the UK in 2007 he has completed multiple projects, spanning genres such as short film and documentary. His best-known film is the award-winning short film Kuuntele (Listen, 2014). His narrative feature film debut Any Day Now competes in the Oslo Pix’s competition program called Grand Pix: Nordic Fiction.
The film Any Day Now is discoverable at the festival’s digital screening platform until 10 June 2021.