Haroula Rose Answers Five Questions

Haroula Rose Answers Five Questions

In the latest installment of our popular weekly feature, writer-director Haroula Rose, whose pilot LOST & FOUND screens at the Midwest Independent Film Festival tonight before heading to the prestigious New York Television Festival (NYTVF) in October, answers Five Questions with SCREEN.

SCREEN: So tell us a little about your new pilot, LOST & FOUND, that we will see in Chicago tonight before it heads to NYTVF?

HAROULA: It's a dynamic ensemble cast, a complicated premise about a divorce and how to do so amicably, and so are introduced through this un-wedding ceremony to a whole world of characters and storylines that could go on for a while.

SCREEN: Best summer vacation ever?

HAROULA: Greece... kind of anytime

SCREEN: Best thing you ever ate?

HAROULA: Polenta in Bergamo, Italy, in an old villa.

SCREEN: Worst job you’ve ever had?

HAROULA: Doing some kind of data analysis at a company I didn't understand... I quit after a week

SCREEN: Best advice you’ve ever been given?

HAROULA: Do it now, don't procrastinate. Whatever the "it" is.


SCREEN: Your go-to karaoke song?

HAROULA: "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" by Pat Benatar because it's fun and short :)

SCREEN: Favorite guilty pleasure TV show?

HAROULA: I like Ozark a LOT at the moment

Click here for tickets to the screening of Haroula's pilot and seven other Chicago pilots at the Midwest Independent Film Festival this evening.