Gracefully tells the story of a drag queen who had been performing on stage for decades before the revolution and after the 1979 Iranian Revolution, he has been banned from any kind of performance. He lives on a farm and spends most of his time farming and he sometimes dances for elderly people at nurseries.
* World Online Premiere *- Now available everywhere in the worldOnline Screening from May 20 - May 27, 2020Q&A with the director Mina Akbari on Sunday, May 24, at 12pm Pacific Time / 3pm Eastern Time / 7pm GMT / 11:30pm Tehran Time Journalist Mina Akbari’s FORMERLY YOUTH SQUARE opens with a photograph of a group of 70 journalists taken about 20 years
The Mannequins of Ghale Hassan Khan tells the story of the birth and life of some mannequins. They are all created in the same way but their faith is not the same
The Story of Boulevard is about one of Tehran’s important streets.
Kiarostami’s second documentary feature about education, the filmmaker himself asks the questions, probing a succession of invariably cute first- and second-graders about their home situations and the schoolwork they must do there. It emerges that many parents are illiterate. Tellingly, many kids can define punishment but not encouragement.
An Iranian girl got adopted by a Dutch couple and left Iran to the Netherlands to start her new life. She starts a personal journey to her motherland Iran for the first time to meet three families who claim to be her biological family and to find out about her Iranian identity and culture.
Inspired by an ancient Hormoz Island myth in which people sacrifice clothes of the deceased to the sea so that the goddess Sea-Mother will cleanse their souls, Janbal takes stories told by the island’s dwellers as its starting point and playfully finds its form from there.