“Nasseredin Shah and his 84 Wives” is based on the photos taken by the Shah himself as well as by his court.
A unique film essay on the world-renowned Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami / Looking to his own art for inspiration, Abbas Kiarostami reflects on the power of landscape.
An epic love story of an American and an Iranian gay couple. Alex, a former Peace Corps volunteer, spent a decade living in Iran (1967 – 1977).
A historical look at the origin and development of the Grand Bazaar of Tehran which spans over ten kilometers and dates back to the medieval period. / FINAL FITTING follows Mr. Arabpour, a master tailor with a specialty in religious attire.
An unfinished story about the Mohammadi family. The father was an enthusiastic and faithful supporter of Mojahedin e Khalq (MEK) for more than 30 years and he encouraged his daughter to join this organization in Iraq when she was 17 years old.
Ali’s 90-year-old grandfather always told his family, “A Turkman without a horse is not a Turkman”. Following in the family tradition, Ali trains the sturdy creatures for a grand race in a northern Iranian province.
In this one sequence-plan documentary, Mohammad satirically talks about his childhood memories and his strong sixth sense (Molf-e Gand) during the Iran-Iraq war.
Over the course of a ten-day visit to Uganda, Abbas Kiarostami uses his camera to capture and caress the faces of a thousand orphans.
Since his Internet hit, “Bad Shans” (hard luck), Hamid Said has become one of the most famous black musicians in Iran. He’s traveling by motorbike across the province of Hormozgan, which is situated in the South of the country on the Persian Gulf,
After two German tourists stumbled into his hut in nomadic Iran and left having much enjoyed the hospitality, Abbas began an eco-tourism business that a decade later is thriving.