A group of juvenile offenders in an Iranian Juvenile Rehabilitation and Correction Centre decide to rehearse and perform a play with the help of few trainers. If they manage to perform their play in the theatre festival, they would be able to get out of the prison for one day. And this could be a chance for some to break out on that very day.
Born in 1977 in Mashhad, Farzad Khoshdast studied Architecture and then shifted into Graphic Design and later Cinema. Farzad was firstly a student of his grandfather, one of the most influential personalities in the contemporary Islamic architecture, however, he started making films since fourteen. He had a chance to accompany his Maestro Abbas Kiarostami while editing “TASTE OF CHERRY”, and then attending a number of Mr. Kiarostami’s workshops as well. Filmography: 1993- HOW HARD IS TO FLY (Short), 1994-OUT OF BREATH (Documentary), 1996- CONVERSATION (Short), 1997- IT ALWAYS HAPPENS BEFORE YOU THINK ABOUT IT (Short), 2010- THE CHRONICLE OF AN UNFINISHED FILMMAKER (Documentary), 2011- THE PEACOCK WING CRYSTALS (Documentary), 2012- NOBODY (Short), 2013-IN PRISON (TV Series), 2015- A WOMAN WITHOUT A NAME (Documentary), 2019- NARROW RED LINE (Documentary), THE GAZE (Feature, Post-Production).
Iranian Independents PO Box 15875-4769 Tehran, Iran Tel: (+98-912) 3198693 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org