Six Iranian films will compete at the 33rd Exground Film Festival in Germany, slated for November 13-22.
Iran’s short film, ‘The World’s Last House,’ directed by Amir Gholami; ‘The Visit,’ by Azadeh Mousavi; ‘Night Club,’ by Davoud Rangkhaneh; ‘Fibula,’ by Davoud Rezaei; ‘Elders,’ by Parisa Sedaei-Azar and Ramin Farzaneh; and ‘Family Relations’ by Nasser Zamiri will participate in the festival, IRNA wrote.
A tagline for Gholami’s short film reads, “And death is the uninvited guest of the last house of the world.” It has previously been screened at the 9th Riurau Film Festival in Spain.
‘Family Relations’ is about Haji Baba with his children and their strange relations. All the members of the large Iranian family are against the father and the director tries to stay on top of the jungle of different statements. The Iranian documentary has previously participated in the Helsinki Documentary Film Festival in Finland.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Exground Film Festival is scheduled to go hybrid. Viewers can attend the festival or watch the films from their homes.
The festival aims to provide a space for the audience and cineastes to meet. This year, it will feature over 120 productions.