|Screenplay:||Mohammadreza Farzad, Farahnaz Sharifi|
15' / 2012 / Iran, Islamic Republic of
English and spanish subtitled
Audience vote 6.86
It is 1978. Tehran is being bloodshed. The young Bahman falls in love with Leila, the sister of his martyred friend. There is unrest in the streets and there is unrest in the hearts. And a revolution makes the people attached and detached.
IDFA, Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival 2012
Montreal World Film Festival 2012
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012
Exground International Short Film Festival 2012
Graduated BA in filmmaking, Farahnaz made her first documentary film titled Moon's voice as a student project, which won several prizes in national film festivals, received very favourable opinions from critics and public and was shown in dozens of International film events. Her next films also won some of the most prestigious awards in national film festivals and established her one of the leading figures of the young generation of Iranian documentary filmmakers. Won some awards as the best film editor of documentary films, she edited half dozens of award-winning and internationally-known documentaries of Iranian cinema. She has published a collection of short stories nominated as "most distinguished" fiction book of 2011. Recently, Farahnaz attended in IDFA Summer School, 2012. She lives in Tehran and now working on her new film.
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