A picture in an old newspaper sends director and film enthusiast Alireza Rasoulinejad on a mission to the Iranian city of Sirjan to find the Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood. Wearing a motorcycle helmet and embarking on his impossible journey like an Iranian Don Quixote, he lets his cinephile dreams be his guide to the dusty desert landscapes, which are straight out of ‘A Fistful of Dollars’ if only you didn’t know better. But maybe the Clint is actually out there? All the locals are on first name terms with him anyway in Rasoulinejad’s deadpan satire of Hollywood’s cultural dominance, not just in the West, but all the way out in the Iranian villages. But just like any journey is a goal in itself, his chance encounters and quaint ideas help shape Rasoulinejad’s playful but sincere film, which (self-)ironically stands in stark contrast to the masculine action star to whom it is so passionately dedicated.
Duration :72 min
director(s) : Seyyed Alireza Rasoulinejad
This documentary deals with the process of soil erosion in Iran. Including improper plowing of agricultural lands and deep water supply wells of power plants, which are the causes of the spread of this environmental damage. The documentary maker has tried to give a serious warning about the process of soil erosion in Iran by making this documentary, so that the officials may think of a plan in this regard.
Duration :65 min
director(s) : ، Mohsen KhanJahani
This documentary is a portrait of the life of "Asghar Ghandchi" who was able to become a entrepreneur in the country. He was a blacksmith in the south of Tehran who could not go to school and succeeded in becoming a model entrepreneur. He is in the truck industry and the founder of the first and largest trailer and truck factory made in Iran without foreign assembly called Iran Kaveh (Saipa Diesel). It is also one of the founders of the commercial vehicle production industry in Iran.
Duration :43 min
director(s) : ، Mostafa Razagh Karimi