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After her refugee claim was denied by the Dutch Immigration Service, Roya, a young Iranian girl is forced to enter an illegal life on the streets of Amsterdam. Attempting to capture the experiences of an illegal refugee, the crew of this documentary follows Roya at a distance. However it becomes difficult for the crew not to intervene. Dance Iranian Style is entirely shot in Amsterdam and depic
Musician and film maker Roxana Vilk grew up in Tehran. Her parents fled Iran in the wake of the Iranian Revolution in 1979 and since the breakdown of diplomatic relations between London and Tehran, she has been unable to return. In this film Roxana explores her identity as a British-Iranian, and finds out how to teach her children about a country they have never visited. From a tower block in Gl
Iranian Taboo tells the harrowing story of Baha'i woman Nadereh and her 14-year-old daughter who decide to sell all their belongings and leave their home in Isfahan to take refuge in the west. The film takes us across continents from Turkey to Israel and from the USA to Iran. We are given unique insights - from the underground Baha'i university (BIHE) to Iranian Nobel Peace Prize winner, Shirin
Yassine El Idrissi is trying to make a graduation film for his Masters degree. He wants to shoot an Iranian style movie in Morocco, because he loves Iranian cinema. He enlists the help of a novelist, Rachid, and a theatre teacher, Hussein. Together they take a journey to look for locations and a cast for his film, entitled 'National Day', about a village that doesn't have flags on an important n
This movie is about two young Iranian filmmakers worried about their country's social and political situation. There's a discussion during the movie about the obstacles in making films in Iran. Simultaneously effort has been made to show the structure and architecture of their native city (Mashhad).