Arian Khoroushi is an ambitious, passionate and creative film director, actor, artist and musician. He moved to California in 2010 while he had a year to finish his degree in Bio Medical Engineering at the Azad University of Tehran. He graduated in Theater, Film and Digital production from the University of California, Riverside on 2016. He established his production company “ARI K PRODUCTION” in 2014, and since then, he has been working in film and music productions. Arian’s vision is to create a lasting, permanent yet special, and memorable work through which he can influence other’s perspectives. His discovery of his identity has been accomplished through film and music productions. He produced, directed, and played several roles in various featured and short films, commercials and documentaries. Furthermore, being proficient in several musical instruments, Arian has performed at, and collaborated with several music bands. He believes every great journey begins with a dreamer, while the whole universe conspires to make it a reality for him.
In this episode of “The Farsi Show,” host Hengame Abassi chats with Galavij Motamedi. Motamedi is a unique radio host, specializing in her style of voice work. She works as a professional moderator and M.C. of special occasions, such as literary events. In this episode, Galavij discusses the ins and outs of being a host for KRIN 67 AM, a popular Iranian radio show in Los Angeles. She also gives a brief summary of her recent book.
In this episode of “The Farsi Show,” host Hengame Abassi interviews Pierce student Mina Salehi. Salehi is a passionate writer as well as a voice-over artist. She has been writing since she was a young girl, building her skill and improving her craft along the way. Recently, she has worked on publishing her different pieces across several platforms, including social media. During this episode, Salehi delves deep in sharing her newest stories and the characters that she has been working to develop and bring to life.
The First Kiss
Vida Ghahremani is an Iranian actress, writer, designer and teacher. She began acting in film as a teenager. Her earliest work was in 1958. She currently teaches creative theatre and Persian Language in Pleasanton, California and Persian Center where she has been an active member since it establishment in Berkeley, California and Artistic associate in San Francisco Golden Thread Production. Ghahremani received a B.A. in Early Childhood Education and holds a diploma in Directing and Producing television. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), the Gem and Mineral society. Vida recently finished a film with director Wayne Wang called A Thousand Years of Good Prayers as supporting actress.
Expression by Presentation
Helen Rezvan a Pierce College student is an expert photographer. In this episode of Farsi Show she shares with our listeners, years of experience in public relations, Portrait Photography, Photo-shop, filming, and sport training.
Study of Portrait, wedding Photography, modeling and high tech industrial photography are her education from Tehran Daralfonoon Institute of “Film and Photography”.