Where Was Keyvan Sheikhalishahi Born and Raised?

Keyvan Sheikhalishahi was born on April 15, 1998 in Levallois-Perret, France. He is a director and actor, known for Turba (2014) and Vesper (2017).Keyvan Sheikhalishahi (born April 15, 1998) is a French film director, screenwriter, producer and blogger.Life and careerKeyvan Sheikhalishahi studied at Lycée Pasteur (Neuilly-sur-Seine) and Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris.After many first attempts, Keyvan Sheikhalishahi wrote the script of Turba when he was 15 and made the film when he was 16. He takes care of all the jobs. Despite actors who were not known and a lack of materials, the trailer is appreciated by French and international film festivals, some actors, directors and producers who encouraged the young filmmaker.Keyvan Sheikhalishahi is also a blogger. His blog Fenêtre sur écran is shortlisted among the 10 best cinema blogs in France by Golden Blog Awards 2015. The blog becomes better known thanks to a new analysis method invented by Keyvan Sheikhalishahi, which uses geometrical figures, in particular the unit circle and trigonometric functions. Keyvan Sheikhalishahi applies this method for the movie Basic Instinct. There's also a reflection about the relationship between the painter Edward Hopper and the cinema.Keyvan Sheikhalishahi is invited in Le Cercle's Frédéric Beigbeder in November 2015 for the review of Jams Bond Spectre.In 2016, his new short film Vesper, produced by his own production company Amitice, stars German actor Götz Otto and French comedian Agnès Godey. Gréco Casadesus, composer of a hundred of musical creations, composes the original music of the film. Jean-Claude Aumont, who has worked in particular with Nicole Garcia, Patrice Leconte, Mylène Farmer and Vanessa Paradis, is the film's cinematographer.In 2017, he's member of jury of Mobile Film Festival, under president Emmanuelle Bercot, to award the price of bloggers.


Keyvan Sheikhalishahi Birthplace

Birth Country:

Keyvan is originally from France.

Hometown:

Levallois-Perret, France.

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