Fish & Cat, Featuring: Babak Karimi, Saeed Ebrahimifar "1st Sheed Persian Film Festival" Dallas-2016 Past

Saturday, May 28, 2016 ,
8:30 PM - 11:00 PM
- Dallas, TX, United States
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Director & Scriptwriter: Shahram Mokri
Director of Photography: Mahmoud Kalari
Art Director: Amir Esbati
Sound: Parviz Abnar
Music: Christophe Rezai
Executive Producer: Shahrzad Seyfi
Make Up Artists: Ehsan Ronasi & Shiva Pakniat
Assistant Director: Asma Ebrahim Zadegan
Production Manager: Mehdi Badrloo
Production Company: Iran Novin
Producer: Sepehr Seyfi
Country: IRAN
Run Time: 134 Minutes
Release Date: 2013

Cast: Babak Karimi, Saeed Ebrahimifar, Abed Abest, Ainaz Azarhoush, Mona Ahmadi, Neda Jebraieli, Parinaz Tayeb, Samaneh Vafaiee

Synopsis: Some college students travel to a remote region for a camping trip and to participate in a kite-flying event. By the bleak lakeside, there’s a restaurant, where three cooks treating the students very suspiciously. The relation between the students and the cooks gradually becomes more weird as it seems the students are confronting some problems that there is no escape.

Director’s Biography: Born in 1977 in Marand, Iran, Shahram Mokri is a graduate of Cinema from Tehran’s Soureh College. He started making short films since 2000 and he’s also edited 8 TV dramas, 2 TV series and more than 20 short and documentary films. His short films brought him national and international recognition and Ashkan, The Charmed Ring And Other Stories is his debut feature film which had its international premiere at Busan IFF in 2009. Shahram’s second film, Fish and Cat, was premiered at Venice Film Festival and awarded “Creativity in Content Prize”.
Director’s Note: “Fish & Cat” is a film about time. It’s about how to make a perspective within time and, thereby, unhinge time. What fascinated me about making this film was the style of its execution: the insistence on a fictional narrative style within the bounds of single shot and the attempt to create fissures in time during that single shot. I chose to tell a true story in this film, a true story which, nevertheless, resembles a nightmare.

Festivals: Venice (2013, Jury Special Award for Creativity), Arco Baltio Film Center of Milan (2013), Busan (2013), Sao Paulo (2013), Lisbon & Estoril (2013, Best Film Award), , Tertlio Millennio Rome (2013), Dubai (2013, Jury Special Prize), Nominated for Best Director by Asia Pacific Screen Awards (December 2013), Rotterdam (2014), Fajr (2014), !f Istanbul (2014, Best Film Award and Best Critics’ Award), Festival of Iranian Films in Amman (Jordan, 2014), New Directors/New Films (2014), Vilnius (2014), Fribourg (2014, Youth Jury Award, FIPRESCI Award), Middle East Now of Florence (2014), Minneapolis/St. Paul (2014), Transilvania (Romania, 2014), Sydney (2014), Independent Lima (Jury Special Mention, Peru, 2014), Iranian Film Days in Cologne (2014), Iranian Film Days Munich (2014), Iranian Film Festival, Paris (2014), Cinemardin (Turkey, 2014), Bled (Jury Special Mention and Audience Award, Slovenia, 2014), Edinburg (2014), Karlovy Vary (2014), Taipei (2014), Auckland (2014), Wellington (2014), Melbourne (2014), Fukuoka (2014), Vancouver (2014), Sitges (2014), Films from the South of Oslo (2014), Iranian Film Festival in Australia (2014, Best Film Award), Iranian Film Festival in UK (2014), AFI Los Angeles (2014), Olympia (USA, 2014), Tallinn Black Nights (2014), Phi Center of Montreal (2014), Ithaca (USA, 2014), Hanoi (2014, Best Director Award), Chennai (2014), Pune (2015), Festival of Iranian Films in Prague (2015, Best Film Award), Festival of Iranian Films in Washington DC (2015), Festival of Iranian Films in Boston (2015, Ilex Foundation Annual Award), Minar Islamic Countries Film Festival, Sofia (2015), Festival of Iranian Films in Houston (2015), Festival of Iranian Films in Chicago (2015), WOW Wales (2015), Beijing (2015), UCLA (2015), Festival of Iranian Films in Leipzig (2015), Toronto University (2015), Atlantid (Spain, 2015, Jury Special Mention), Revelation Perth (Australia, 2015), Bio Park Stockholm (2015)

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