Iranian films to compete in Fajr festival PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 January 2010 07:12

Twenty-six films will compete in the Iranian Films Section of the 28th Fajr International Film Festival. Bahram Bahramian’s “Aal”, Azizollah Hamidnejad’s “Anahita”, Ebrahim Hatamikia’s “In the Color of Purple”, Mohammad-Ali Basheh-Ahangar’s “The Wakefulness of Dreams”, Bahram Tavakoli’s “Walking in Fog”, Ali Shah-Hatami’s “The Ducks Flying” and Rambod Javan’s “Adam’s Son, Eve’s Daughter” are among the films. Masud Keramati’s “My Little Song”, Tahmineh Milani’s “Reckoning”, Alireza Raisian’s “Age Forty”, Puran Derakhshandeh’s “The Continuous Dreams”, and Ebrahim Foruzesh’s “The First Stone”, Shahram Asadi’s “The Fateful Night” and Parviz Sheikh-Tadi’s “The Hunter of Saturday” will be screened in the section. Additional films slated to be shown are

Hamed Kolahdari’s “Hot Chocolate”, Masud Atyabi’s “The Morning of the Seventh Day”, Bijan Mirbaqeri’s “Third Floor”, Homayun As’adian’s “Gold and Copper”, Dariush Mehrjuii and Mehdi Karampur’s “Tehran, Tehran” and Mojatab Raei’s “The Evening of the Tenth Day”. The lineup also includes Hassan Fathi’s “Punishment”, Abbas Rafei’s “The Earth and the Philosophers’ Stone”, Shahriar Bahrani’s “The Kingdom of Solomon”, Ahmad Kaveri’s “Infiltrator”, Alireza Amini’s “Seven Minutes to Autumn” and Dariush Farhang’s “A True Report”.

The festival will be held ; January 25 to February 4.

Curtsey:Mehr News Agency


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