Farzad Farzaneh

Skånes Lungor

Farzad Farzaneh - Skånetrafiken

När man vet så vet man

Farzad Farzaneh - Komvux
När man vet så vet man

Byt till

Farzad Farzaneh - Hedvig
Byt till

Dela ordet 2.0

Farzad Farzaneh - Barncancerfonden

Min passion, Anna Clara

Farzad Farzaneh - Postnord
Min passion, Anna Clara

Spelhjälp

Farzad Farzaneh - Svenska spel
Spelhjälp

Baby talks for dads

Farzad Farzaneh - Unicef
Baby talks for dads

Mer skärmtid nu

Farzad Farzaneh - Storytell
Mer skärmtid nu

Feel the Force Machine

Farzad Farzaneh - Coca Cola

Globhe Drones

Farzad Farzaneh - Swedbank
Globhe Drones

Min passion, Heidi

Farzad Farzaneh - Postnord
Min passion, Heidi

Davids tid

Farzad Farzaneh - Hemfrid
Davids tid

Emmas pensionsskola, bygghiss

Farzad Farzaneh - AMF

Lattjo, Melina

Farzad Farzaneh - IKEA
Lattjo, Melina

Jägaren

Farzad Farzaneh - Coop

Barnen tänker nytt

Farzad Farzaneh - Åhlens

Emmas Pensionsskola, kopiator

Farzad Farzaneh - AMF
Emmas Pensionsskola, kopiator

Bio

Using LEGO and clay, Farzad Farzaneh started creating stop-motion films at the age of 8. Beyond childhood, he studied script and direction, and started his career in filmmaking brewing coffee and chauffeuring actors. After years working on more than 100 movie sets, he moved on to positions such as head of extras, casting director, First Assistant Director and director.

Even though his skills have progressed since the stop motion era, Farzad kept a childlike mind when approaching his work. He’s second to none when it comes to educational storytelling that make the dullest information into a party. Farzad is the champion of making complicated and sometimes heavy stuff not only easy and understandable – but fun and approachable. Cases in point: His own playful riddles with the kids in his IKEA-commercial, the comedy series he made for AMF or his hilarious vid ”Baby talk for dads” for UNICEF.

But Farzad is not only a talented and professional director and screenwriter – most Swedes recognise his face as the country's most loved kids tv host. He has also written books, initiated and hosted podcasts and radio shows with millions of listeners.

Seeing Farzad working, it is evident that getting a conversation going with 4-yearolds on camera is as natural as chit-chatting with the Swedish prime minister about taxes and national security.