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January 27, 2017

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عدل علی و احسان دینی

January 26, 2017

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غیرت

October 2, 2016

به نام پروردگار

هم اکنون بعد از سالها شاهد حتک حرمت افراد به جرم دگراندیشی و با شبیه نبودن به بقیه افراد هستیم. آیا ما پیرو علی هستیم وقتی که آن حضرت چشمهایش را بر روی زنای محسنه بست تا آبرویی نریزد و یا آموزه آن حضرت برای پسندیدن آنچه برای خود می پسندی برای بقیه و حذر از آنچه برای حود نمی پسندی برای بقیه؟ آیا ما ایرانی هستیم وقتی که در هشت سال برای دفاع از ناموس مردم خون دادیم تا به این آسانی ناموس مردم را به پشبزی گرقته و آبروی مردم را بریزیم؟

به امید روزی که ناموس مردم را ناموس خود بدانیم و غیرت حود را با دفاع از ناموس مردم ثابت کنیم.

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Luna Cinema

August 28, 2016

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Independent Cinema

August 28, 2016

Wednesday, May 9
Dir. Vahid Jalilvand, 102 min, Iran, 2015
Winner of the FIPRESCI Award, Venice Film Festival 2015
In Selected Cinemas September 29
Media contact: Coreen Haddad coreen@potentialfilms.com 03 9328 5000
SYNOPSIS
Why would someone give money away? What sort of consolation can that offer? On May 9, Jayal Ashtiyani, a teacher, has offered to provide a significant sum of money to a worthy person in need. His advertisement in the local newspaper has encouraged people to come to his office and make a convincing appeal. But how will he, and the police, deal with the throngs of needy candidates who assemble? How does he decide who’s actually the most worthy? Creating tension at every turn, Wednesday, May 9 draws its audience deep into the tangled web of the predicaments it raises. Stars Niki Karimi.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHY
Vahid Jalilvand was born in Tehran in 1976. He is a graduate of Tehran University in Theater Directing. Jalilvand started his career as a theatre actor and made his stage debut when he was only 15. In 1996, he started working in the Iranian State TV Channels as an editor and then as a TV director. Later, he directed two home video series and more than 30 documentaries in social and industrial fields. He has been the director of and an actor in many television series and plays. Wednesday, May 9 is his first feature film as a director, and his second one as an actor.
FILMOGRAPHY
Documentaries (for the Iranian State TV Channels):  The Hands of the Crafts Creators 13 episodes 1998  The Statue 26 episodes 2000  The City of the Well-Known 13 episodes 2001  Nostrak: North-South Corridor 1episode 2004  Shahid Rajaei Port 1episode 2004  Amirabad Port 1 episode 2005  The Coquetry of the Sun 1 episode 2006  Ghadir Looking at Dawn 1 episode 2007  Naïve Like a Father 1 episode 2009  Dubai, 72 Hours 1 episode 2009  I Grow Green 1 episode 2013
TV Program & Home Video Series:  An Eye Made of Love 8 episodes 2005  The Footprint of Rain 44 episodes 2006  Rain in A Different Version 26 episodes 2007  The Star is Out…Say Hello 26 episodes 2007  40 Minutes Without Judgment 26 episodes 2008  A Different Type Though 11 episodes 2008  A Frozen Heart 6 episodes 2011
Feature:  Wednesday, May 9 102 min 2015
OFFICIAL SELECTION
– Venice Int’l Film Festival (2 – 12 Sept. 2015/Italy) – Winner of Fipresci Prize and Winner of the INTERFILM Award for Promoting Interreligious Dialogue – Zurich Int’l Film Festival (24 Sept.– 4 Oct. 2015/Switzerland) – Reykjavik Int’l Film Festival (24 Sept.– 4 Oct. 2015/Iceland)– Winner of the Golden Puffin – Vancouver Int’l Film Festival (24Sept.– 9 Oct. 2015/Canada) – Tbilisi Open Film Forum (5 Nov. 2015 / Georgia) – IFF Bratislava (12-17 Nov. 2015/Slovak Republic) Winner of the Best film and Best Actress – INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF INDIA (20 – 30 Nov. 2015 / India) – Dubai Int’l F.F (6 – 19 Dec.2015/ UAE) – Chennai Int’l FF (10 – 17 Dec. 2015 / India) – Vesoul Int’l Asian Film Festival (3 – 10 Feb. 2016 / France) – Competition – Prague Int’l Film Festival – Febiofest (17 – 25 March 2016 / Czech Republic) – Competition – The Royal Film Commission (10 – 14 Feb. 2016 / Jordan) – Gene Siskel Film Center (13 – 14 Feb. 2016/ USA) – Istanbul FF (7 – 17 April 2016 / Turkey) – UCLA Film & Television Archive (30 April – 22 May 2016 / USA) – Sydney Int’l Film Festival (8 – 19 June 2016 / Australia)
CAST AND CREW
– Director: Vahid Jalilvand – Screenplay: Ali Zarnegar, Vahid Jalilvand, Hossein Mahkam – Director of Photography: Morteza Poursamadi – Music Composer: Karen Homayounfar – Sound: Yadollah Najafi – Sound Design & Mix: Seyyed Alireza Alavian – Set & Costume Designer: Babak Karimi Tari – Make-up Artist: Saeed Malekan – Editors: Vahid Jalilvand, Sepehr Vakili – AssistantDirector: Hassan Labbafi – Still Photographer: Satiyar Emami – Production Manager: Mohammad Sadegh Azin – Producers: Ali Jalilvand, Mohammad Hossein Latifi – – Cast: Niki Karimi, Amir Aghaei, Shahrokh Forootanian, Vahid Jalilvand, Borzou Arjmand, Afarin Obeisi, Saeed Dākh, Kataneh Afsharinejad, Sahar Ahmadpour, Milad

Everlasting Fairytale Translators and Interpreters

April 20, 2016

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Everlasting Fairytale Translators and Interpreters

April 20, 2016

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Together We Can Make It

November 17, 2015

In the name of God

Someone told me bad and sad things happen but never loose hope keep up your faith and then the world changes into a better place. It doesn’t matter what’re your religion colour and social status, all of us are humans and belongs to human family. Please don’t loose your faith in humanity. Humanity must go on and will go on. Our voice can’t be silent by the bullet spray and our hope never die for we’re alive and can change darkness to light and hatred to love… and together we can make it. My condolences to French nation at first and then to rest of humanity. Please stop the nonsense and violence everywhere. These bloodsheds in Europe and Middle East aren’t for God and humanity but to separate us and back our civilisation to the dark ages. Although it’s impossible to do that for what makes darkness is lacking in knowledge and desire for better future and humanity.
May God bless humanity with love harmony and peace.

Hootan Dehbonei

Refugee Influx, Opportunity or Threat

September 1, 2015

In the Name of God

I admire German Chancellor Mrs. Angel Merkel and Pop Francis support for the refugee influx into the Europe and around the Globe. I believe we need a 3 stages plan to tackle this problem.

  1. Short term: In short term you could accept and support any reasonable refugees into your countries. This is the crucial first step to prevent any more chaos in short term. Any mistreatment and cruel behaviour leads to a chaotic environment from which nobody can benefit. Although the midterm plan and long term plan could be based on the short term plan.
  2. Many times in history when a chaos happen the basic reason for that was ignored which tribute to even more dangerous situation. We could not forget the cause of this trigger is destabilizing element in their source country. The reason for this call is to stop any violent and destabilizing behaviour in the Middle East and other developing countries. How could we use our guests to help establishing a strong and sustainable environment not only in our countries but also in their country? We could teach them the new way of life to prevent further damage to their human character. When you change a life this contribute to the change in the entire society. I can put my word that more than 80% of these guests will return to their countries after stabilizing their countries.
  3. In long term we have a sustainable development and global security and we can change a threat to an opportunity by stabilizing a source of trigger. If there is no reason to leave and migrate to another place the whole refugee influx will end and all of us survive. I would like to draw your attention in this simple fact that all of us are in the same boat. There is only one earth and if we do not learn to live together in peace we will extinct. There is a wonderful balance in ecosystem and nature and the entire system will eradicate the element which would like to destabilize this balance.

Hootan Dehbonei

Is Prophet Mohammad Proud of Us?

March 29, 2015

In the name of God

One of the teachings of Muslims is: it is forbidden to bleed the blood of any other Muslims. I do believe when you call yourself Muslim. It does not matter Shiite or Sunnite. You are forbidden to bleed your Muslim brothers or sisters. I have enormous reasons. Some of Them:

  1. Any Muslims who call themselves Muslim (Shiite or Sunnite) believe in one book, in one God and in one Prophet.
  2. In our teaching we have a respect toward any believers who believe in God and books acknowledged by our Prophet Mohammad.
  3. You were advised to prevent bleeding any innocent blood believer or nonbeliever.

Our Prophet Mohammad set himself as a high bar. In enormous occasions he accepts foreign tax “Jazieh” instead of bleeding the bloods and slaving the opponents who believe in Godly teachings. I am not sure if we set our selves higher than him who forgive and forget.