An interview with Kaveh Daneshmand, the director of "Endless Summer Syndrome", interviewer Triin Tramberg
"Can the wellness of the welfare society become bad when saturated?
Kaveh Daneshmand is an Iranian filmmaker based in Prague, Czech Republic. After graduating in film directing, Kaveh co-founded the Festival of Iranian Films. He also teaches film directing at Prague Film School and Iranian Cinema at Charles University.
In his own words ""Endless Summer Syndrome"" is “A portrait of a seemingly ideal, loving and multicultural family and its collapse, the story questions family bonds from a much-avoided point of view and pushes its characters to an irreversible edge.”
""Sometimes I feel like, you know, filmmaking is for psychopaths because you just put yourself under a lot of pressure all the time."" - Kaveh Daneshmand
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