• Written & Directed by: Mohsen Ostadali
  • Produced by: Mohsen Ostadali, Masoud Zareian
  • Director of Photography: Farhad Talebinejad
  • Editor: Babak Heydari
  • Music: Pejman Khalili
  • Sound-recordist & Design: Amin Jafari, Seyed Alireza Alavian
  • Iran, 2020, Documentary, Color, DCP 2D,73 mins.

This is called the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century. The shadow of earth falls on the moon for six hours, thirteen minutes and forty-eight seconds. There is no moon light and no light during this period.
Director’s Profile:
Born in 1982 in Tehran Mohsen Ostadali is an award winning Iranian documentary filmmaker and producer. He fell in love with storytelling through the camera from an early age. Following his passion to become a filmmaker, he studied Cinema in university and started making movies upon his graduation. Mohsen’s visual storytelling and depiction of humanity soon captured critics’ eyes, winning him various awards nationally and internationally. Winner of “The special mention” of Avanca Film Festival for “WE WILL GET USED TO IT”— Mohsen’s films have been screened nationally and internationally at various festivals such as Cannes, IDFA, Rio De Janeiro, Hong Kong, Boston, Media View, Uppsala and etc. Filmography: WE WILL GET USED TO IT (2011), SILENCE (2012), THE WET ROADS (2012), A PLACE TO LIVE (2013), DAY-BREAK (2014), FEMININITY (2017).
World Sales:
Contact : Mohsen Ostadali/ Masoud Zareian Tel: +98 912 1791090