Documentary (52)


Hasanloo Cup (Jam-e HASANLOO)

    Orumiyeh, dates back to the late 2nd millenni­um B.C. and is covered with designs depicting mythic heroes and stories. This cup is 21 cm and engraved by hand. It’s been used in fights, parties and many traditions. The director has developed his sight and by finding of the similarities between events and narrations engraved on the cup creates a conversation between different civilizations and events. This cup is discovered by an American group by leading of an archeologist named Dyson. The main subject of this cup is the mythological story of one God’s revolt against the other Gods.

Additional Info

  • Genre Ducumentary
  • Duration 16 mm, Black & White, 20 mins1969

The Palm (Nakhl)

  This is a documentary on palm trees, meth­ods of harvesting dates, packaging and transporting dates to factories. In this documentary, the camera man closes to the rural people who live in the remote villages. The combinations of primary and industrial signs are shown here. The mat-weaver girls and women, the children playing and swimming in river, a woman carrying a large tin of water over her head that the word of “ IRANOL” is seen on it, cows and the chimneys of oil refinery, all over them creates a various and attractive environment. Also the narration is not only simple but also it is so beautiful and easily accepted.

Additional Info

  • Genre Ducumentary
  • Duration 16 mm, Black & White,1969,19 mins.
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