A young Iranian couple gets divorced after eight years of marriage, but they decide to continue living together in the same apartment to hide the news from the wife’s religious parents who won’t tolerate the idea.
A beautiful, understated and inspiring tribute to this giant of cinema by simply allowing us to watch, without commentary, Kiarostami at work.
This is the story and history of the longest street in the Middle East that expands 17 km from the south to the northern parts of the city of Tehran.
In 1971, the Shah of Iran, the self-proclaimed ‘king of kings’, celebrated 2,500 years of the Persian monarchy by throwing the greatest party in history.
If 18-year old Sonita, a refugee from Afghanistan, had a say in things, Michael Jackson would be her father and Rihanna her mother.
In 1969, a young man of 26 years of age returns to his country Iran after years of studying cinema and going through the hardship of living abroad as a university student.
Six Centuries, Six Years portrays the endeavors of a group of Iranian master musicians who are trying to locate, restore and record a repertoire of compositions attributed to Abd al-Qadir Maraghi, a prominent composer who lived six centuries ago and greatly influenced the Middle Eastern classical music.
A documentary about the lives and memories of six residents of one street in Tehran: The current ‘Si-ye Tir’ or the former ‘Qavam-o-Saltaneh’ Street, located in District 12 of Tehran.
“Relationship” is a documentary about short-term relationships among young adults in Tehran, where emotional relationships don’t seem to work very well, and people don’t seem to be satisfied with their relationships anymore.
Mahlagha Mallah is Iran’s eldest environmental activist and the founder of the first environmental NGO in Iran.