Faraz Anwar (film)

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Faraz Anwar - Documentary
Directed by Haroon Sheikh
Produced by Haroon Sheikh
Starring Faraz Anwar
Mizraab
Music by Faraz Anwar
Edited by Haroon Sheikh
Distributed by Poison Wood Productions
Release date
  • November 2005 (2005-11) (Pakistan)
Running time
29 minutes and 37 seconds
Country Pakistan
Language Urdu
English

Faraz Anwar – Documentary is a 2005 documentary film directed and produced by Haroon Sheikh. The documentary film follows the experience of Faraz Anwar, lead guitarist and vocalist of the Pakistani progressive rock band Mizraab, in the music industry. The documentary was released on November, 2005, by Poison Wood Productions.

Synopsis[edit]

The documentary follows the experience of Faraz Anwar, founder, lead guitarist and vocalist of the first Pakistani progressive rock band Mizraab, in the music industry. Faraz Anwar is interviewed by director and producer, Haroon Sheikh, about his musical journey in the music industry and experiences with his band, Mizraab. Faraz also discusses his compositions in music and song writing skills.[1]

The documentary also shows a jam session performed by Faraz during which he tells about the use of different guitar techniques and chords.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Faraz Anwar - Documentary Interview, Retrieved on March 27, 2011
  2. ^ Jam (Part 1), Retrieved on March 27, 2011
  3. ^ Jam (Part 2), Retrieved on March 27, 2011

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