Iran’s Reza Dormishian Banned From Travel To International Film Festival Of India For Supporting Protests
Reza Dormishian, Iranian filmmaker and producer of Dariush Mehrjui’s A Minor, which is set to have it world premiere in competition at the on-going ...
...International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa, has not been granted a permit to leave Iran, so is unable to attend the event.
Throughout the nationwide protests in Iran, Dormishian has been sharing posts on his Instagram account to show support for the protestors.
Dormishian is a screenwriter, director, documentary filmmaker, and producer, born in 1981 in Tehran.
White Chairs, which he directed and produced in 2017, was shot in New Zealand.
A Minor is the 27th feature film directed by Mehrjui, whose credits also include Hamoun, Santouri, Mum’s Guest, Leila and The Pear Tree.
Mehrjui’s films have travelled to festivals including Berlin, Cannes, Venice, Tokyo and San Sebastian.
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