In this program we devote ourselves to Iranian film and want to highlight the iranian film industry. With the selected films, we want to draw attention to the situation in the country and still create space for the artistic work of the local people.
Man khod, man ham miraghsam
And Me, I´m Dancing Too
Dancing makes Saba feel free. A feeling she doesn’t know in her home country, Iran. In this poetic production, Saba rebels against the Islamic Republic and blurs the lines between fiction and reality.
By: Mohammad Valizadegan
Contains mentions/depictions of:Sexual and abusive violence
One night, a man has an inexplicable dream. To get to the bottom of it, he visits the Institute of Dreams, where dreams are controlled and examined. He has an unexpected encounter in the process.
Farhad is given the task of sorting the memoirs of a long-dead woman. While working, he falls in love with the old lady’s supposed niece. During their first date, he notices many new mysterious details.
A young woman is confronted with the challenges of being a woman on set and fights for her freedom as a creative actress.
Korruption auf Erden
Corruption on Earth
Corruption on Earth is a satire about the inhumane regime in Iran. At a fictional award ceremony for the “Best Regime in the World”, the regime is honoured for its political deeds. The cinematic footage is mixed with real cell phone footage of the current Iran protests.
Contains mentions/depictions of:Explicit violence