Aye, aye! Director Atshani takes his latest film from Iran to Scotland
Atshani is showcasing his latest film "Negar's Role" at the Aberdeen Film Festival. (Image: Thejigsawshort.com)
Iranian director Ali Atshani’s latest creation Negar’s Role is to be showcased at the First Aberdeen International Film Festival in Scotland.
As the only representative of Iranian cinema at the festival, the movie is programmed to be screened at the Competition section of the festival.
Atshani’s recent drama, which produced in 2013, narrates story of a young man Farzad who wants to marry Negar but the girl’s past life changes everything.
Atshani has experienced making several films in his directing career. He has made the first Iranian three-dimensional cinematic production titled Mr. A.
Banana Skin, Democracy in the Daylight and The President’s Cell Phone are his better-known works.
The First Aberdeen Film Festival is slated to take place from October 4 to 12, at the excellent venues of both Cineworld cinemas in Scotland’s city of Aberdeen.
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