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Big Sky to screen Iran’s ‘Kak Iraj’

Iranian film ‘Kak Iraj’ is to vie at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in the United States.

Iranian film ‘Kak Iraj’ has made its way to the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in the United States.

‘Kak Iraj’ by Jamshid Farajvand  will compete in the 20th edition of the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.

The film is about Kak Iraj, a part gardener and part artist. He “makes all of his tools from discarded materials. Living off the grid in a house made of stone, dirt, and old televisions. He scours the land for useful detritus to maintain his impressive garden. Following him over the shifting seasons of a year, Kak Iraj examines an unconventional lifestyle in a desolate and remote region of Iran,” a synopsis for the film reads.

Iranian films ‘The Dream of a Horse’ by Marjan Khosravi and ‘Water, Wind, Dust, Bread’ by Mehdi Zamanpour-Kiasari will also take part in the US event.

The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival is “the premier venue for non-fiction film in the American West”. It “offers an ideal setting for filmmakers to premiere new work and develop lasting relationships with fellow filmmakers and industry”.

The 20th edition of the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival will take place on February 17-26.

SQ/FM

 

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