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The Gull's Shriek (2020)

Susan and Raha are two senior students studying Dramatic Arts in an art school. They are both candidates for the role of Johnathan Livingston from Richard Bach's, but soon after the audition some peculiar events begin to arise and take place. More peculiar tha... read more

Completed On: 20 Aug, 2020

Duration: 13 min 0 sec

Genres: Fiction, Short, Student

Country: Iran

Director: Ava Ghahremanifar

Submitted By: Ava Ghahremanifar

The Gull's Shriek Poster
Susan and Raha are two senior students studying Dramatic Arts in an art school. They are both candidates for the role of Johnathan Livingston from Richard Bach's, but soon after the audition some peculiar events begin to arise and take place. More peculiar than Susan’s appearance.
  • Film Type
    Fiction, Short, Student
  • Genres
    Drama
  • Runtime
    13 minutes 0 seconds
  • Completion Date
    20 Aug, 2020
  • Production Budget
    200 USD
  • Country of Origin
    Iran
  • Country of Filming
    Iran
  • Film Language
    Persian
  • Shooting Format
    Digital
  • Aspect Ratio
    16:9
  • Film Color
    Color
  • Student Project
    Yes
  • First-time Filmmaker
    Yes

Director's Biography

Ava Ghahremanifar (born on October 29, 2000 - Tehran) is an independent Iranian artist (Painter, Filmmaker) based in Tehran. She is the daughter of Faramarz Ghahremanifar, a painter and stereo photographer, and Tayebeh Ebrahim, a TV and stage actress. Ava is graduated in fine arts (painting) from Tehran's Fine Arts School, and also an Iranian Youth Cinema Society (IYCS) graduate in filmmaking. She has won several national awards in painting and photography since 2016, and participated in various national group photo and painting exhibitions. At a young age, she began her career as an amateur first assistant of her father on feature films, include "Along City" and "The Thieves" where she had a small role, as well. Her first short film "The Gull's Shriek" was filmed in 2019 and completed in August 2020.

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