Traditional Iranian Tales (Traditionell iranesch Erzielungen)
The land of tales from the Persian Nights is in turmoil… A programme of five short Iranian films for the whole family to enjoy. The party is in full swing at the butterflies, Master Raven is getting married in front of an astonished cat, Mother Raven is devising a strategy to get rid of a hungry fox, grandma is not afraid to take to the road to visit her newborn grandson, and a village is preparing enthusiastically for the wedding of the beautiful Hajar!
- « Le mariage du Papillon » by Mahin Javaherian
- « Maman Corbeau et le Renard » by Mohammad-Ali Soleymanzadeh
- « Le mariage du Corbeau » by Mahin Javaherian
- « La Citrouille qui roule » by Morteza Ahadi
- « La noce de Hajar » by Mahin Javaherian
A world of fantasy, joyful melodies and love on every level. Those varied tales all come together in their oriental and Persian sonorities. A true ode to life, honouring every creature and the ties binding us together.
Accessible from 4 years and over
- Mohammad-Ali Soleymanzadeh
- Mahin Javaherian
- Morteza Ahadi
- Changuiz Sayyad
- Abbas Dabirdanesh
- Milad Movahedi
- Omid Fathollahi
- Khashayar Bostan-Shirin
Born in 1963 in Sarkan, Iran, Morteza Ahadi began his career as a microbiologist before turning to music and film in his thirties. He has collaborated on a number of projects and directed his own short film, The Rolling Pumpkin, in 2011.
- La citrouille qui roule (court-métrage) 2011
- Maman Corbeau et le renard (court-métrage) 2012
- Le général et le cerf-volant (court-métrage) 2004
Mahin Javaherian started as a graphic designer who graduated from Tehran University of Fine Arts. He got involved in a number of artistic and audiovisual projects, including three short films for Kanoon Productions between 2008 and 2012.
- Le mariage du corbeau (court-métrage) 2012
- Le mariage du papillon (court-métrage) 2012
- La noce de Hajar (court-métrage) 2008