Islamic Revolution in six narrations

Islamic Revolution in six narrations

Iran |

This film is a total of 6 films from the revolution that have been presented from the point of view of the camera of 6 documentarians:
The first narrative; Ashegh Leila; It tells a love story connected to the revolution through the language of the surviving photographs.
The second narrative; Strike ‌ 62‌ Day: The strike of the newspapers, Kayhan, Information and Future, which led to their closure, resumed their work by the order of the Imam.Third narrative; Apollo 58: The story of the torture of a couple (Ms. Tahereh Sajjadi and Mehdi Ghioran) by Fereydoun Tavangari known as Arash with a device called Apollo.
The fourth narration; Silent side of a photo ضمن: While briefly reviewing the first events of the revolution ‌, he examines the behind the scenes of the famous and historical photo of the parade of companions in the presence of Imam Khomeini (RA) through a conversation with Mohammad Hossein Noor Shahi (commander of the companions) and Abdolhossein Partovi (photographer).
Fifth narration; Interpretation of a dream: A review of the memories of singing the song "Iran Iran", one of the most popular and famous songs of the revolution by its singer "Reza Roigari"
The sixth narration; The last circle: reviewing the memoirs of Alireza Ismaili, one of the popular cinematographers of the revolution, whose films were burned by SAVAK. In this film, which is the only film link left from his work, the events of 14 Aban 57 are seen.


Farahnaz Sharifi, Mohammad Jafari, Hamed Khosravi, Alireza ghasem Khan, Javad Mazdabadi, Shahram Mirab Aghdam


Documentary and Experimental Cinema Development Center


Farahnaz Sharifi, Mohammad Jafari, Shahram Mirab Aghdam


Mohsen Sohani, Alireza ghasem Khan, Javad Mazdabadi


Farahnaz Sharifi, Mohammad Jafari, Mojtaba Ismailzadeh, Mohammad Yarmohammadlo, Mahdi Khaki, Shahram Mirab Aghdam

Camera Man:

Mohammadreza Teymouri, Azar Mehrabi, Mohammad ASheghi, Reza Delshad, Ashkan Ashkani, Ali Alaei

Sound recordists:

Ashkan PourTaji, Mohammad Javad Samighi, Reza Taher Azar


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