Archive of films Milkan / Milkan

Iran
2002, 30 min

Section: Documentary Films - Competition
Year: 2003

A suggestive half-hour documentary depicting the “spring” part of life for the Gooran, Ghokhani and Banzardeh tribes in the northern part of the Zagros mountain range in Iran. These lightly mystical documentary images depict certain aspects of tribal life, where all responsibility is placed on the women.   


Synopsis

During the springtime, the Gooran, Ghokhani and Banzardeh tribes settle in Dalahou, lying in the northern part of the Iranian mountains of Zagros. This lightly mystical documentary depicts certain aspects of tribal life, where all responsibility is placed on the women. Whatever time is left after building the shelter, ensuring their subsistence and looking after the children, is wholly devoted to rituals.

About the director

Mino Kiani  (1962, Kermanshah, Iran) studied acting at Tehran university. She has been working in theatre since 1982. In 1983 and 1988 she won Best Actress at the theatre festival in Fajr in Iran. She has also worked on a number of film projects.  

Contacts

Documentary & Experimental Film Center
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Iran
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About the film

Color, 35 mm

Section: Documentary Films - Competition
   
Director: Mino Kiani
Screenplay: Mino Kiani
Dir. of Photography: Morteza Poursamadi
Editor: Amin Aslani
Producer: Mohammad reza Sarhangi
Production: Documentary & Experimental Film Center
Contact: Documentary & Experimental Film Center
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