TEHRAN – The Iran Cinema Competition (Competition Cinemas d’Iran) has introduced the lineup for its eighth version, which shall be held in Paris from June 23 to 29.
Seven motion pictures, together with “Charcoal” by Esmaeil Monsef, “Dance with Me” by Sorush Sehat, “Simply 6.5” by Saeid Rustai and “Instantly a Tree” by Safi Yazdanian, have been chosen to be screened within the characteristic movie class.
A spotlight of the class is “The Warden” by Nima Javidi. The story of the drama is about in 1966, when a jail in southern Iran is being evacuated due to its proximity to the town’s new airport. Main Jahed, the warden, transfers the prisoners to the brand new jail after which quickly receives a report that one prisoner, sentenced to demise, is lacking!
The part additionally options “Fort of Desires” by Reza Mirkarimi. The movie is about two younger kids whose mom has simply died, and their father, Jalal, after lengthy years of absence, returns to type issues out, however he doesn’t need to take the kids with him.
“A Bushy Story” by Homayun Ghanizadeh may even be screened on this part. On this film, Danesh is in love with each cinema and Homa, a well known actress. Kazem is in love with each the film “Casablanca” and his barber store’s certificates. Shapur is in love with each canned tuna and politics. The town is stuffed with beggars whereas an earthquake could occur quickly. From time to time, the physique of a useless lady, with head shaved, is discovered close to the ocean. As Inspector Kiani says, “It’s a messy state of affairs!”
4 documentary movies shall be reviewed in a particular class for this style.
Among the many movies are “None of Your Enterprise” by Kamran Heidari, “No Place for Angels” by Sam Kalantari, and “Exodus” by Bahman Kiarostami.
Director Taqi Amirani’s acclaimed documentary “Coup 53” may even be screened. Whereas making a documentary concerning the Anglo-American coup in Iran in 1953, Amirani and editor Walter Murch discover a rare and never-before-seen archive. Paperwork and 16mm footage recount this story in unprecedented element, with explosive revelations about secrets and techniques hidden for 66 years. From a historic documentary about 4 days in August 1953, the movie turns into a residing investigation that exposes the roots of Iran’s unstable relationships with the UK and the USA.
Ten brief movies, together with “Diving Classes” by Marzieh Riahi and “Tattoo” by Farhad Delaram, shall be showcased in two particular sections of the pageant.
Picture: A poster for the eighth Iran Cinema Competition in Paris.