TEHRAN, July 28 (MNA) -- Iranian director Mahmud Rahmani made a documentary in a 53-minute sequence creating the longest sequence of Iran’s motion picture industry.

Entitled “Molfe Gand”, the documentary is about an Ahvazi man named Mohammad Ghadirzadeh, whose childhood lost during 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war.


“Molfe Gand” is a term common in southern Iran meaning foreboding.


Produced by Khuzestan Art Bureau, the film is being subtitled in order to be submitted to the 21st International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, which will be held from November 20 to 30.


The film has also applied for the second edition of the Cinéma Vérité Festival, Iranian gala for documentary films which will be held in Tehran from October 14 to 19.


Rahmani’s other credits include “White Oil” and “The Zero Degree Orbit”.





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