Completed On: 01 Jul, 2021
Duration: 15 min 0 sec
Genres: Fiction, Short
Submitted By: Hasan Najmabadi
Festival Rating 6.9
Six teenage boys in a remote village decide to work in the village cages to rent an 8 mm PROJECTOR from a tour guide in order to raise the money they need to rent a PROJECTOR.
Film TypeFiction, Short
Runtime15 minutes 0 seconds
Completion Date01 Jul, 2021
Country of OriginIran
Country of FilmingIran
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41th VGIK International Student Festival
34th International Film Festival for Children and Young
30th KIDS FIRST! Film Festival
30th Screening Club Cinekid Film Festival
24th Faludi International Film Festival and Photo Competition
21th Aporia International Village Film Festival
19th Mindanao International Film Festival
13th Angaelica FILM FESTIVAL
12th MIKROFAF International festival of DIY and independent short film
11th ASTI INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
11th Gold Coast International Film Festival
11th annual Arlington Int'l Film Festival
7th Shimla International Film Festival
4th Iranfest Film Festival
Rome International Movie Awards
Best short film
IV International Youth Festival of Short Films "Uni-KoRn"
3th Alter do Chão Film Festival
Hasan Najmabadi born 1993 in Sabzevar is an Iranian director, writer and photographer.
I started my filmmaking career at the age of 18 with short films and so far I have made 14 short films and documentaries, the most important of which are the short films "Peace", "Ant", "Copper Wire", "77 Years of Solitude", "Red season", "Into The Rainbow" and "White Season".
My films have had a significant presence in international festivals and have won awards.
I also work in the field of poetry and film distribution internationally.
I was also a member of the selection and judging panel for seven international festivals in the United States ,Greece ,Cyprus, Bangladesh, and India in 2015, 2016, 2019 ,2020 and 2022.
This short film is a religious homage to cinema and intertextual relations between cinematic works and the subject of the film.
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