Pathways To Iran: Profession Documentarist (Herfeh, Mostanadsaz) Past

Sunday, Jan 17, 2016 ,
4:00 PM
- Schenectady, NY, United States

Upstate New York-based Festival Cinema Invisible (FCI) continues its monthly series “Pathways to Iran” which explores Persian Culture through film and dialog with a film screening and a panel discussion at Proctor’s GE Theatre on Sunday, January 17th 2016 at 4pm.

The event will provide a regional premier of “Profession: Documentarist” (Herfeh, Mostanadsaz - 80 mins.). The film is unusual in both its subject matter and its formatting. Instead of being credited to a single director, the documentary is divided into mini documentaries from seven different directors each talking about some aspect of the personal and professional challenges of being a female independent filmmaker in Iran.

Following the screening will be a panel discussion on the topics raised in film. (We hope to have the panelists confirmed soon!)

Persian style tea and sweets are also included in the $10 admission.

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