I'm Not Angry, Featuring: Baran Kosari, Navid Mohammadzadeh, 1st Sheed Persian Film Festival, Dallas-2016 Past

Sunday, May 29, 2016 ,
8:30 PM - 11:30 PM
- Dallas, TX, United States
Buy Tickets

Director & Scriptwriter: Reza Dormishian
Photography: Ali Azhari
Editor: Haydeh Safiyari
Art Diretor: Baran Kosari
Sound-Recording: Nezam Kiaie
Sound-Mixing: Mohammad-Reza Delpak
Make-Up Artist: Mehrdad Mirkiani
Production Manager: Mehdi Badrloo
Producer: Reza Dormishian
Country: IRAN
Runtime: 105 Minutes
Release Date: 2014

Cast: Baran Kosari, Navid Mohammadzadeh, Reza Behboudi, Misagh Zare, Milad Rahimi, ahram Afshari, Amir-Reza Miragha, Tinou Salehi, Mohammad Kart

Synopsis: Navid deprived of continuing his studies at the university because of his activities and beliefs, is trying not to get angry while confronting the social abnormalities. He’s suffering a lot just to make the very basic living standards and not lose his love, Setareh.

Director’s Bio & filmography: Born in 1981 in Tehran, Reza Dormishian has studied English Language and then he was involved in film journalism. He was an assistant to some prestigious Iranian filmmakers like Dariush Mehrjui and Alireza Davoudnejad and he’s also been credited as a scriptwriter for some films and TV productions. Reza Dormishian started making short films since 2002 and “Hatred” (2012) was his first feature film, fully produced independently in Istanbul and screened at many international events around the world like Montreal and Warsaw. “I’m not Angry!” (2014) was his second feature film which turned to be very controversial at home and had its world premiere at Berlinale’s Panorama section and one of most successful Iranian films in world festivals in 2014 & 2015. Mr. Dormishian is involved in post-production of his third feature film, “Lantouri” (2016) now.

Festivals: Fajr (Tehran, 2014), Berlin (Panorama, 2014), Istanbul (2014), Cine Del Sur Granada (Spain, 2014), Shanghai (New Asian Talents’ Best Film, Best Director, Vincent Ward Award, 2014), Colombo (2014), Iranian Film Festival in Australia (2014, Audience Award), Sao Paulo (2014), Rome Asian Film Festival (Jury Special Mention,2014), Iranian Film Festival UK (2014, Best Film Award), Stockholm (2014), Tallinn Black Nights (2014), Tbilisi (2014), Vienna Human Rights (2014), Dubai (2014), The 8th Asia Pacific Screen Awards (2014, Australia, Nominated for Best Film and Best Leading Actor and awarded APSA-NETPAC Emerging FIlmmaker Prize), Festival of Iranian Films in Prague (2015, Audience Award ), Pune (2015), Minar Islamic Countries Film Festiva, Sofia (2015), Vesoul (2015), Mooov (Belgium, 2015), UCLA (2015),

continue

Contact the organizer for latest event info. Kodoom.com is not responsible for any changes made in the above information.   Report or Flag this event

Baran Kosari – Baran Kosari (باران کوثری; born 17 October 1985) is a Crystal Simorgh winning Iranian actress. She is the daughter of director Rakhshan Bani Etemad, and film producer Jahangir ...

Promote this event
English for Heritage Language Speakers (EHLS): Scholarship Program
Washington, DC
Iranian Events Around the World
Sponsored Ad
English for Heritage Language Speakers (EHLS): ...
Iranian Events Around the World
'Death to America, Death to Israel': Iran Protesters Chant and Burn ...
Michelle Carter Spotted First Time In Public After Guilty Verdict
Crash that killed teenage siblings so horrific emergency responder went into cardiac arrest
Bill Cosby plans motivational speaking tour to talk about dealing with sexual assault allegations
Iran Officials Can't Agree on Who Launched Attack in Syria
Pakistan says Indian man admits spying, India dismisses it as farce
Trump's deal with the mysterious Turkish-Iranian ...
World's largest Iranian Festival comes to Toronto again
Putin interviewed by Oliver Stone
Video: If World Leaders Were Refugees
Detained ISIL fighter: We consider Iranians as ...
Iranian American faces charges for hiding cameras ...