Jan 28 2010

Réfractaire in Fajr

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SOURCE: http://www.fajrfestival.ir/
The 28th Fajr International Film Festival
25.JAN – 04. FEB 2010

20 films from around the world will be screened in the Special Screening section of the 28th Fajr International Film Festival.
Special Screening is dedicated to the feature and short film from different parts of the world of cinema and this year 19 countries have films in this out of competition section. France and Germany each have four films and Russia, Turkey, Switzerland and Kyrgyzstan have two films.
Feature films of Special Screening section are:
8. “Refractaire” directed by Nicolas Steil from Luxembourg and Switzerland / 2008
1. “Abandoned” directed by Alejandro Gonzales Almendras from Chile, France, Germany / 2009
2. “By the Will of Genchis Khan” directed by Andrey Borisov from Russia, Mongolia, USA / 2008
3. “Case Unknown” directed by Feliks Falk from Poland / 2009
4. “Dirty Money, the Intruder” directed by Dominique Othenin-Girard from Switzerland, Canada, France / 2008
5. “Goemon” directed by Kazuraki Kiriya from Japan / 2009
6. “John Rabe” directed by Florian Gallenberger from France, China, Germany / 2009
7. “Power Kids” directed by Krisamapang Rachala from Thailand / 2009
8. “Refractaire” directed by Nicolas Steil from Luxembourg and Switzerland / 2008
9. “The Sniper” directed by Dante Lam from Hong Kong / 2009
10. “That Should Not Be: Our Children Will Accuse Us” directed by Jean Paul Jeau from France / 2008
11. “The Tsar” directed by Pavel Lungin from Russia / 2009
Short films of Special Screening section are:
1. “Aviarium” Arne Meunch from Germany / 2008
2. “Dreams of the Fly” Murat Pay from Turkey / 2009
3. “Focal Point” Alireza Khatami and Ali Seiffouri from Iran and Malaysia / 2009
4. “Four Dishes” Leon Cheo from Singapore / 2008
5. “Good Morning, My Sun” Ulyana Konovalova from Kyrgyzstan / 2008
6. “I Want to Live” Mamatkulova Naraiza from Kyrgyzstan / 2007
7. “Once Upon a Time There Was a Carrot” Jie Li from Germany / 2009
8. “What Time Is It?” Faysal Soysal from Turkey / 2008
9. “When We Are in Heaven” Daniela Risch from Germany / 2008
28th Fajr International Film Festival runs from January 25 to February 4, 2010, in Tehran – Iran.

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SOURCE: http://www.fajrfestival.ir/
The 28th Fajr International Film Festival
25.JAN – 04. FEB 2010

20 films from around the world will be screened in the Special Screening section of the 28th Fajr International Film Festival.
Special Screening is dedicated to the feature and short film from different parts of the world of cinema and this year 19 countries have films in this out of competition section. France and Germany each have four films and Russia, Turkey, Switzerland and Kyrgyzstan have two films.
Feature films of Special Screening section are:
8. “Refractaire” directed by Nicolas Steil from Luxembourg and Switzerland / 2008
1. “Abandoned” directed by Alejandro Gonzales Almendras from Chile, France, Germany / 2009
2. “By the Will of Genchis Khan” directed by Andrey Borisov from Russia, Mongolia, USA / 2008
3. “Case Unknown” directed by Feliks Falk from Poland / 2009
4. “Dirty Money, the Intruder” directed by Dominique Othenin-Girard from Switzerland, Canada, France / 2008
5. “Goemon” directed by Kazuraki Kiriya from Japan / 2009
6. “John Rabe” directed by Florian Gallenberger from France, China, Germany / 2009
7. “Power Kids” directed by Krisamapang Rachala from Thailand / 2009
8. “Refractaire” directed by Nicolas Steil from Luxembourg and Switzerland / 2008
9. “The Sniper” directed by Dante Lam from Hong Kong / 2009
10. “That Should Not Be: Our Children Will Accuse Us” directed by Jean Paul Jeau from France / 2008
11. “The Tsar” directed by Pavel Lungin from Russia / 2009
Short films of Special Screening section are:
1. “Aviarium” Arne Meunch from Germany / 2008
2. “Dreams of the Fly” Murat Pay from Turkey / 2009
3. “Focal Point” Alireza Khatami and Ali Seiffouri from Iran and Malaysia / 2009
4. “Four Dishes” Leon Cheo from Singapore / 2008
5. “Good Morning, My Sun” Ulyana Konovalova from Kyrgyzstan / 2008
6. “I Want to Live” Mamatkulova Naraiza from Kyrgyzstan / 2007
7. “Once Upon a Time There Was a Carrot” Jie Li from Germany / 2009
8. “What Time Is It?” Faysal Soysal from Turkey / 2008
9. “When We Are in Heaven” Daniela Risch from Germany / 2008
28th Fajr International Film Festival runs from January 25 to February 4, 2010, in Tehran – Iran.

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