The documentary "Ak Ap As" is about Kalpurgan pottery a 5,000-year-old and universal art of Baluch women and the mud volcano a rare geological phenomenon in Chabahar city. The filmmaker of this documentary says: "Considering that I wanted to introduce these areas in the best way, I went to produce a poetic and delicate documentary with philosophical subtext." This is a form-oriented and ethnographic documentary that is based on the language of the image and does not use any dialogue. Although many films have been made about Kalpurgan pottery, in "Ak Ap As", in addition to showing the traditional culture, we also achieve other meanings.
Mohammad Ali Hashem Zehi, Documentary and Experimental Cinema Development Center
Mohammad Ali Hashem Zehi
Abdullah Shukri, Arash Zahedi Asl