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"316" (316)

2nd FILM

Director: Payman Haghani
Scriptwriters: Payman Haghani & Hamid Reza Keshani
Editor: Hayedeh Safiyari
Director of Photography: Davood Malek Hosseini
Narrator: Sara Vazirzadeh
Sound Mix: Iraj Shahzadi & Heydar Najafi
Assistant Directors: Ali Alaaei Nezhad, Pariya Sadeghbeygi, Bashir Aslanian & Sajad Soleimani
Music: Mahyar Afshar
Costume and Production Designers: Afsaneh Sarfejo & Payman Haghani
Executive Producers: Abdolreza Akhavan & Behrang Sanjabi
Producer: Payman Haghani
Co-Producer: Payam Haghani
Color, D-Cinema, 16:9, 72 min

 

 

 

An old lady goes down the memory lane. She narrates the story of her life mostly through the shoes of the people she remembers and the events of her country.
She gives us the reasons why a story can be told through shoes, so well that you don't need to see their faces but you can imagine them.




 

BIOGRAPHY

Payman Haghani was born in Tehran in 1982. His memorable days of primary school began when the Iran-Iraq war ended. Later he dropped out of university and managed to pursue his real passion, filmmaking. He made his first short film “Cell No. 3” in 2001 which was a success.  He then seriously started to study cinema. Besides making short films and documentaries, he has cooperated with many famous filmmakers (in 10 films) as Editor and Director of Photography (in 7 films). In 2009 he made his debut film “A Man Who Ate His Cherries”, which was screened in many festivals such as: Competition of Pusan, Mar del Plata and Sao Paulo Int’l Film Festival. It received many prizes too.



FILMOGRAPHY

  • “Cell No. 3”
  • “Photo of Love”
  • “Nature in Two Views”
  • “Mehdy’s Death”
  • “A Man Who Ate His Cherries”
  • “316”
  • Short Film
  • Short Film
  • Documentary
  • Documentary
  • Feature
  • Feature
  • 17 min
  • 30 min
  • 18 min
  • 60 min
  • 77 min
  • 72 min
  • 2001
  • 2003
  • 2005
  • 2009
  • 2009
  • 2014

 

  • Mill Valley Film Festival (2-12Oct.2014/USA)
  • Int’l Film festival Mannheim- Heidelberg (6-16 Nov.2014/ Germany)
  • Gene Siskel F.F. ( February 2015/USA)
  • International Film Festival LOVE IS FOLLY(21  - 28 Aug. 2015 / Bulgaria)
  • Int’l FF Love is Folly (21 – 28 Aug. 2015 / Bulgaria)
  • Adelaide Int’l F.F. (15 – 25 Oct. 2015 / Australia) - Competition
  • SofiaMenar Int’l Film Festival (20 & 23 Jan. 2016)
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (23 Jan. 2016 / USA)
  • Museum of fine Arts, Boston (29 & 31 Jan. 2016 / USA)
  • National Gallery of Art of Washington DC (27 Feb. 2016 / USA)
  • Global Film Festival (29 Sept. – 1 Oct. 2016 / USA)

Persian naration
English naration

 


 

 

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