Iranian students reviewing autobiographical docs in Bonn

May 15, 2018 - 19:1

TEHRAN – The Iranian Students’ Association of Uni Bonn – ISA is reviewing autobiographical documentary films by Iranian directors during four week-long programs.

The program titled “Iran Today Through Autobiographical Iranian Documentaries” intends to review autobiographic documentaries by young Iranian filmmakers who are all from the new generation of Iranian society, the association has announced on its Facebook page.

The documentaries, which depict the new image of Iran, have been selected for the program, which is being held at MIGRApolis-Haus der Vielfalt.

The first program, organized during April, was dedicated to “Profession: Documentarist”, which was co-directed by Shirin Barqnavard, Firuzeh Khosrovani, Farahnaz Sharifi, Mina Keshavarz, Sepideh Abtahi, Sahar Salahshur and Nahid Rezai.

“A Movie for You” and “Amour du Réel”, both by Iman Behruzi, were reviewed during the second program in early May.

“Reluctant Bachelor” by Mehdi Baqeri has been selected to be screened during the third program, which will begin on Thursday.

The fourth program, which will begin on May 31, will review “Unwelcome in Tehran” by Mina Keshavarz.

Photo: A poster for “Reluctant Bachelor” by Mehdi Baqeri, which will be screened by the Iranian Students’ Association of Uni Bonn.


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