Hamja

  • Feature
  • 2016
  • 58 Minutes
  • Iran, Islamic Republic of
  • Language: Persian (Farsi)

The film tells the story of a man called Abdolhassan who has built a village for himself and his family. The village is located in the south of Iran in Boushehr. Their income comes from farming and livestock. There is a private school at the village where the students are all brothers and sisters. Abdolhassan has managed to electrify the village.He has four wives and 27 children.

Director: Mehdi Ghanavati

Screenwriter: Mehdi Ghanavati


Photos


Awards

International Cinema Vérité Festival, best long documentary


Cast and Crew

Screenwriter: Mehdi Ghanavati

DOP / Camera: Sadegh Soori

Editor: Amin Adibpour

Music: Afshin Azizi

Sound: Mehrshad Malakouti

Producer: Mohammad Kazem Bayat


Director

Mehdi Ghanavati

Graduated in filmmaking from Ahvaz Soureh University, Ghanavati began his artistic career in 2002. He got his bachelor’s degree in filmmaking in 2013. He is a filmmaker and a photographer. His directorial film works include Usual Lunatics (2003), Jajim (2004), Sneeze (2013) and Yaft Abad (2013)

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