Archive of films Ghi Ghoo / Ghi Ghoo
2012, 12 min
Section: Focus on Kurdish Film
A minimalist story about a man, a bird, a nest, and a bell. Equipped with a magnifying glass, an old man moves across desert and wasteland, among ruins, as if looking for treasure. Later he gets a ladder to aid him in his work. A raven catches his eye.... An audio-visually imaginative game of color, light, shadow, and tone.
A mysterious, minimalist story about a nest and a bell and an encounter between a man and a bird. An old man with a pack on his back and equipped with a magnifying glass moves across desert and wasteland, among the ruins of a bygone city, as if looking for treasure. Later he gets a ladder to aid him in his work. A raven draws his attention, the man imitates its cry. An audio-visually imaginative game of color, light, shadow, and tone.
About the director
Iraj Mohammadi Zarini (b. 1972, Kamyaran, Iranian Kurdistan) became actively involved in art at the Intellectual Development Center for Children and Adolescents, and then studied art in Tehran. His movie career began after he completed a film course and began shooting 8 mm movies. Selected filmography: Imitation (1992), The Board of Life (1995), Serisa (1998), Lover’s Adobe (1999), A Song for Bistoon (2002), Reflection (2008), The Flight of Ladybug (2012), and And Now the Human (2013).
About the film
|Section:||Focus on Kurdish Film|
|Director:||Iraj Mohammadi Zarini|
|Screenplay:||Iraj Mohammadi Zarini|
|Dir. of Photography:||Touraj Aslani|
|Producer:||Iraj Mohammadi Zarini|
|Production:||Documentary and Experimental Film Center|
|Contact:||Documentary & Experimental Film Center|