Displaying 34 Iranian short film in Greece

Displaying 34 Iranian short film in Greece

The International Short Film Festival “Big Bang” is taking place with the presentation of 34 Iranian short films in Athens.


According to the Public Relations Department of the Iranian Youth Cinema Association, at the Iranian Short Film Festival, “Big Bang”, which will be featured on the initiative of the Iranian Youth Cinema Association and the T.Short Film Company and the Greek Embassy in Athens, the following films will be presented:


1-    Ice Water directed by Jalal Sa’edpnah

2- That rainy night was directed by Mohammad Mehdi Bagheri

3- Pale Mirrors directed by Salem Salavati

4- Job directed by Amin Ghavami

5- The rain is slowly directed by Saeed Nejati

6- For sale directed by Ali Banaiyan

7- Frequently Directed by Ali Khoshdouni Farahani

8- Cahange directed by Abolfazl Azizi

9- The dance is directed by Amir Honarmand

10- Retouch directed by Kaveh Mazaheri

11- Dream of a Tree (Hawthorn) directed by Iraj Mohammadi Resini

12- Silence

Directed by Mehrdad Hasani

13- Rope Directed by Azar Mansouri

14- Return to director Abbas Amini

15- Gore Men directed by Ali Golmi

16- Matte directed by Mohammad Reza Davoodi

17- Scarecrows die as directed by Parviz Rostami

18- Suspend directed by Mohammad Soraya

19- The blood relationship directed by Hussein Amiri Domani and Pedram Pouramiri

20- Not yet directed by Arian Vazir Dafteri

21- Fans directed by Mustafa Emami

22- Manicure directed by Arman Fayyaz

23- Zona directed by the hideous storm

24- Eiki directed by Parusto Cadger

25- Again Silence directed by Razieh Seraj

26- Olive Sa’ad tree directed by Ahmad Zayeri

27- The animal is directed by Bahram and Bahman Ark

28- Boy directed by Mona Shahi

29- Hosted by Omid Abdollahi

30- Rue Volleyball directed by Mohammad Bakhshi

31- Cube directed by Farhad Najafifard

32- Temporary directed by Behzad Azadi

33- The next day, directed by Ehsan Hemmati

34- In the color of my mother tent, directed by Zahra Kazemi

The International Short Film Festival, “Big Bang”, opened on June 1st in Greece, Athens, and is scheduled to end on June 3rd.


This is a different cultural and artistic event with the aim of exposing the art of the filmmakers of short film in Iran to the Greek and European audiences, with the management of Khach Mikhailidis and the collaboration of Kathryn Baalamoudi, and its eleven films are scheduled to be presented by the Jury Festival in 70 cinemas in the country of Greece.