Women Cinemakers meets
Anjoum Agrama Lives and works in Los Angeles, California, USA
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Anjoum received her BA in Film & TV Production from USC's School of Cinematic Arts where she was awarded the Jack Nicholson Scholarship in Directing. Anjoum has worked as both a freelance director and editor on music videos, commercials, and other content for MGM, SONY, Spotify, Apple Music/Beats, and Red Bull, among other clients.
An interview by Francis L. Quettier and Dora S. Tennant firstname.lastname@example.org See You Later is a moving short film by Los Angeles based director Anjoum Agrama: shot with elegance and inventiveness, this brilliantly poetic film offers an emotionally complex glance on the concepts of memory, friendship and human experience. Inviting the viewers to inquire into the nature of their perceptual process and the relationship between the inner sphere and the outside reality, she demonstrates the ability to capture the subtle depths of emotions: we are particularly pleased to introduce our readers to Agrama's captivating and multifaceted artistic production.
Hello Anjoum and welcome to : to start this interview we would like to invite our readers to visit www.anjoumagrama.com in order to get a wide idea about your artistic production, and we would start this interview with a couple of questions about your background. You have a solid formal training and you hold a BA in Film & TV Production, that you received from USC's School of Cinematic Arts where you were also awarded the Jack Nicholson Scholarship in Directing: how did this experience influence your evolution as a filmmaker? Moreover, could you tell us your biggest influence and how did they direct the trajectory of your artistic research? Film school teaches you the basics, the history and formulas for filmmaking, but style and perspective are