Iran’s culture center in Sarajevo is organizing the Iranian Film Week in Bijeljina, northeastern Bosnia. Five recent Iranian films will be screened from 4 to 8 December at the town’s public culture center.
Drama “Dokhtar” (2016, 103′), directed by Reza Mirkarimi, is the story of a young girl who leaves her hometown in southern Iran for a half-day trip, without permission of her strict father, to attend a close friend’s goodbye party. On her way back home, severe weather messes with her plan.
Drama “Emrouz” (2014, 88′), directed by Reza Mirkarimi, revolves around a taxi driver who takes a young woman to a small Iranian hospital. When he gets there, he realizes that he must make crucial decisions that may change his life.
Drama “Rokhe Divaneh” (2015, 115′), directed by Abolhassan Davoodi, tells the story of a group of people who met on social media and must work together when one of them commits a crime, which if not solved, will impact all of them.
Drama “Kheili dour, kheili nazdik” (2005, 121′), directed by Reza Mirkarimi, is the story of doctor Alam, a neurologist and a successful surgeon, who is swamped with work and has little time for his son, until the young man is diagnosed with brain cancer.
Drama “Kafshhayam koo”, (2016, 90′), directed by Kiumars Poorahmad, focuses on Habib, whose wife and daughter lose touch with him. He suffers a memory loss that is attributed to onset of Alzheimer.
The screenings will be starting at 18:00h. Admission is free.