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JESUS, THE SPIRIT OF GOD (Besharate Monji)

    This film attempts to portray the life and message of Jesus through a very different angle. In “Jesus, the Spirit of God", Islamic and Christian narratives coincide to reveal how the Islamic world views this great prophet with his critical message.

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  • Genre Drama, Epic/Historical, Religious
  • Duration 35mm, 100mins, 2007, Color

COMA (Eghma)

    Dr. Pajouhan, subspecialist in Brain Surgery is famous for many successful surgeries he has performed during Iran-Iraq war. His wife Molud has a malignant brain tumor. Medical custom prevents him to operate a member of his own family, though Molud insists on him performing the surgery. Pajouhan finally operates his wife but Molud does not survive the operation. Totally disappointed by the death of Molud, Pajouhan stops working. Suddenly, Elias, survivor from one of Pajouhan’s operations in wartime, shows up and brings hope to Pajouhan for getting back to work. Strangely, Elias guides Pajouhan for the next surgeries he is going to perform with providing him secret and personal information on each patient! Little by little, Pajouhan’s private and professional life is controlled by Elias. But, does Elias really exist?

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  • Genre Drama, Family, Religious
  • Duration Video, 30 X 40mins, 2007, Color

FORBIDDEN FRUIT (Miveh Mamnueh)

  Shayegan’s company is nearly bankrupt with heavy debts. Jalal Fotuhi has financed the checks Shayegan has made out to the creditors, then putting pressure on Shayegan leave him his factory.  Shayegan suddenly disappears. In the search for her father, Shayegan’s daughter Hasti becomes acquainted with Jalal, who is still insisting on taking over the factory in return for covering the checks. Seeing no alternative, Hasti asks for help from Haj Younes, Jalal’s very religious and wealthy father. After several meetings in trying to solve the problem, Haj Younes finds himself in love with Hasti, a love which is going to spread Haj Younes’ family apart. Meanwhile, through police investigations, Hasti learns his father is alive and hiding in a safe place. Hasti locates her father and blames him for his mistakes and failures. A few days later, Shayegan gets killed and Farzad, the company’s accountant, is arrested. Haj Younes, overwhelmed in his love for Hasti, learns that the real murderer is Jalal, his son…

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  • Genre Drama, Family
  • Duration Video, 31 x 30’, Color, 2007

Latitude Zero Degrees (Madar-e Sefr Darajeh)

    The story takes place in 1937. An Iranian young man goes to France to continue his education, where he becomes acquainted with a Jewish young lady and her family. He falls in love with a young Jewish woman. World War Two starts and France is occupied by the Germans. he's forced to return home and helps smuggle the woman and her mother back to Iran to save them from the Nazis who've occupied France. With Iran itself occupied by foreign forces, the young man helps launch a newspaper focused on preserving and promoting the country's heritage and culture, as political intrigues threaten to destroy everything he holds dear. Hard days are on the way and they have to experience the unpleasant changes.

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  • Genre Drama, Epic/Historical
  • Duration Video, 30 x 50mins, 2007, Color

Under The Blade (Zire Tigh)

  Mahmoud and Jafar are two close friends who work with each other at a city factory. Their families are also very close to each other, as Jafar's son engaged to Mahmood's daughter. Jafar's older brother Ghodrat opposes the engagement. Ghodrat wants his daughter to marry Jafar's son. Ghodrat and his friends attempt to split up the two families in order to sabotage the engagement. Mahmood becomes head of the storage at the factory but is fired from his job after allegations of theft come up. Mahmood and Jafar get into a fight and Mahmood accidentally kills Jafar. This leads to a rift between the two families, including the engaged couple as well as the other people close to Mahmood and Jafar.

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  • Genre Drama, Family
  • Duration DVCAM, 19 X 45mins, 2007, Color

You Never Know (Shayad Baraye Shoma Ham Etefagh Bioftad)

  Each episode tells the story of a character who intentionally or unintentionally commits bad deeds, and one day faces the consequences of his/her deeds in life.

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  • Genre Drama, Family
  • Duration 100 X 40 mins, 2012, Video

Abraham, The Prophet (Ebrahib Payambar)

    Based on the story of Holy Koran, this film depicts the life of Abraham, the second arch-Prophet, and his fights against Namrood, his marriage with Hajar, birth and sacrifice of Ishmael and finally making Holy Mecca…

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  • Genre Drama, Epic/Historical, Religious
  • Duration 35mm, 5X40 mins, 2006, Color

THAT WAS AN ANGEL (Ou Yek Fereshteh Boud)

  Behzad is a religious person who tries to live a righteous life, but sometimes his holier than thou attitude towards others makes him blind to his own shortcomings. When he gets into an accident with a mysterious girl on a deserted road, his faith is put to the test. Will Behzad be able to tell good from evil and make the right decision.    

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  • Genre Drama, Family, Religious
  • Duration DVC, 30 X 35mins, 2005, Color

The Accused Got Away (Motaham Gorikht)

    Mr. Hashem and his family live calmly in not so far away city. Before his sickness intensifies, he is working in a store preparing car exhaust but according to doctor’s prescription, He is avoided to perform heavy task.On the other hand his girl as a student in Tehran arranged an employment and tent a house for him. Hashem forcedly quitted his work and migrated to Tehran. His migration along with her mother and son-in-low created adventure that…

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  • Genre Comedy, Drama, Family
  • Duration DV, 26×45mins, 2005, Color

DAYS TO REMEMBER (Rouzhaye Beyad Mandani)

    At the start of the First World War, the Iranian government announces its neutrality in order to spare the country from unnecessary devastation, but Iran’s neutrality is disregarded by both the Allies (Russia & England) and the Axis (Germany & the Ottoman). The film focuses on the unlawful intervention of the two sides, the encounter and strife between the forces of the two, the effect made on the social and even personal lives of the Iranians and the efforts of Ahmad Shah Qajar to preserve the country’s independence and territorial integrity.

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  • Genre Drama, Epic/Historical
  • Duration 35mm, 20 episodes, 2004, Color
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