Category: Projects

Munich: A Detour to Tehran

Munich: A Detour to Tehran

July 12 -14, 2019
Screening Programs, Installations, and Talks on Iran`s Capital through Documentaries, Videos, and Experimental Films
Curated by Amirali Ghasemi | Parking Video Library
Cinema Iran The 6th edition of Cinema Iran, a festival of Iranian films, will be held in the German city of Munich from July 12 -14, 2019. Carl-Amery-Saal, Gasteig München | Iranisches Filmfestival München

Organizers and partners:
Cinema Iran, Filmstadt München E. V. in collaboration with Munich City Library, the Cultural Department of the City of Munich, Evangelische Stadtakademie München Parking Video Library, New Media Society and Hinterland Galerie – Vienna.

“Detour to Tehran” is an ongoing screening program in response to an invitation by hinterland galerie. The extensive program first landed at Schikaneder Kino in Vienna on November 2018. New Media Society, the home for Parking Video Library compiled the program, curated by Amirali Ghasemi and with an overlook to the documentaries screened at Rokhdad-e Tazeh Documentary.

“Detour to Tehran” is now heading to Munich in July 2019 by the invitation of The Cinema Iran Festival as a part of the celebration of Moving Images coming from Iran(s).“Detour to Tehran” puts together documentary films, videos, and experimental films by various participants working on Tehran and its multiple aspects, using moving images for their creative and critical output and their take of mega-city and its inhabitants, stories told by the citizens among them: filmmakers, architects, visual artists, documentarists, photographers and choreographers.
With contributions from: Kaveh Mehrabani, Saman Khosravi, Mehdi Bagheri, Pirouz Kalantari, Alireza Rasoulinejad, Amirali Ghasemi, Bahman Kiarostami, Paliz Khoshde/Zeinab Tabrizi, Jaleh Nessari, Siavash Naghshbandi, Bahar Samadi, Arash Fesharaki, Setareh Jabbari, Ehsan Behmanesh, Arash Khakpour/Arash Radkia, Amirali Mohebinejad, Nebras Hoveizavi, Roya Keshavarz, Mona Kakanj, Foojan Xajeh, Tanin Torabi and Raha Faridi.
Parking Video Library wishes to thank Pouria Jahanshad and Setareh Jazayeri

swim\او | An Open Studio by Setareh Fahtehi

Summer School for film, video and New Media presents:

An Open Studio by Setareh Fahtehi

New Media Projects

June 19, 2019

In her open studio at New Media Projects (swim\او) on June 19, 2019, Setareh Fatehi shared parts of her current researches which have been developed out of her online encounters with her family and friends during the past two years.

In explaining her project; she says “I use the practice of storytelling through screenshots and moving screens to highlight the effect of a temporal frame, focus, and opacity on how the image (story) of my body is pictured. I’ve been practicing choreography as the selection of some fragments from the moving images which are unusually meaningful (instead of useful) and desirable (instead of entertaining). These fragments are chosen and arranged to play with the illusion of coherence.

“Moving Images; Presentation Contexts and the Separation of Perception” | Wolfgang Knapp

“Moving Images; Presentation Contexts and the Separation of Perception” A Public Lecture by Wolfgang Knapp

New Media Projects

2019 Summer School

Saturday, June 15 – 7:30 pm


Wolfgang Knapp on Saturday, June 15 will

The lecture focuses on new exhibitions like e.g. Venice Biennial 2019 and recent shows in China (Shanghai and Hangzhou). The focus will be on the atmosphere, design, spaces and recent conditions of looking at moving images in exhibitions, shows, and screenings. The lecture questions: Is there a slow shift from collective viewing to the individual perception context?

The lecture will be in English with Persian Translation.

The event is open to the public and free, Although the seats are limited.

No. 3, Araabi 3 Alley, North Kheradmand St. Karimkhan Ave. Tehran –
Tel: 021 88829253

@newmediasociety

Dustopedia: Radio Dust

Dustopedia: Radio Dust
Narrated by Arash Khosronejad / Bahar Ahmadifard – Produced by New Media Society – Tehran

 

Radio Dust attempts to follow parallel stories a portrait of the small Project space in the heart of Tehran and an ongoing project called Dustopedia, a collectively-curated encyclopedia. Along the way Bahar Ahmadifard takes us by the hand and will explain how she gets acquainted with the small institution, how she as a writer and photography critique got herself familiar with the Parking Video Archive and Moving Dust, a traveling video program touring in different cities Tehran, Shiraz, Kerman, Bandar Abbas, and Isfahan, while hearing fragments of the soundtracks of the films and videos in the program.
Besides we enjoy listening to various sound artists and musicians who collaborated with us in the past years. Carefully selected works by Ali Farzadi (Isfahan), Leonie Roessler(The Hague), Rahi Sinaki (Tehran/Vienna) and Kasra Pashaei (Tehran), who were invited to contribute to the podcast. This marks the start of a new chapter for Dustopedia.
On Radio Dust, we also listen to readings of a text by Nebras Hoveizavi on Dust in Mysticism, commissioned by Obieg Magazine – Poland.
Radio Dust is featuring Fragments of soundtracks from The Moving Dust, video programs by Jaleh Nessari, Arash Khosronejad, Anahita Hekmat, Nazgol Emami, Minou Iranpour, Amirali Mohebbinejad, and Aria Farajnejad. Additional sound materials and field recordings were provided by Nebras Hoveizavi and Amirali Ghasemi. Radio Dust is Edited by Amirali Ghasemi with special thanks to Raha Faridi for the kind feedback and the support.

For more information please look at
https://obieg.u-jazdowski.pl/en/numery/kurz/dustopedia
https://obieg.u-jazdowski.pl/en/numery/kurz/moving-dust
https://obieg.u-jazdowski.pl/en/numery/kurz/dust-in-mysticism

on New Media Society website:

Dustopedia

Moving Dust

Rhodiola:
https://rhodiola.ae/Radio-Shows

An installation

An Installation
New Media Projects – Tehran
Feb 1-8, 2019
4 – 8 PM

An installation - New Media Projects - Bahar Samadi - Navid Salajegheh - Pooyan Hashemi Tari - Navid Naderi
Navid Naderi, Pooyan Hashemi Tari and “Studio 51” write:
“The current project is a video installation in the making of which four individuals have differently intervened. Four of these videos which have been produced during the last year are displayed separately in four distinct spaces. A different video installation made with various material including sound, image, and text is set up in New Media Society’s main area for a week during the month of Feb (2019). The work is the result of an unplanned process: when interacting in front of the camera, and also when installing the videos, we collectively intervene in the material at hand. The nature of such interactions and the forms which they give rise to depend on the context of the situation, the available material, and the ways in which they may be collectively manipulated. The forms that result from such processes are changing, precarious, and ephemeral. The videos do not have a common theme. Rather, their relation is to be sought in a moving form which appears in the field of forces collectively exerted on the material.”

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Navid Naderi writes derivative poems and studies literature. He has worked on the history of philology in the 19th century, and contemporary American and Iranian poetry.

Studio 51 is a collaborative project of Bahar Samadi and Navid Salajegheh since 2014. Their work consists of constructing a series of micronarratives and assemblages which reappear in a here and now that is alternative to the primary time and space of the used material. They recycle and re-employ pre-existing footages and other visual and textual materials, processing them through diverse media, spanning from moving images to performance, installation, and painting. The outputs of these projects are visual, auditory or tactile experiments which create new relations between content and expression of materials. Studio 51 also functions as a laboratory for these two artists to discover new forms for the possibilities of “working together” and, ultimately, to observe the way they evolve from one project to another.
https://studio51tehran.weebly.com/
http://www.baharsamadi.com/
http://navidsalajegheh.tumblr.com/

Pooyan Hashemi Tari has been engaged with various mediums such as painting, sculpture, installation, video art and performance. His works are ‘self-processes’ aiming to evoke questions in order to reexamine our understanding of the ‘self’. He considers this process to be successful if it could preserve the complexity of the very general yet ambiguous question of ‘who I am.’ Central to the idea of self-process is the interrogation, and perhaps even transformation, of the innate or acquired thresholds, which, unbeknownst to us, have already formed the internal and external boundaries of our conception of the self.
www.instagram.com/pyntari

No. 3, Araabi 3 Alley, Kheradmand-e Shomali St., Karimkhan Ave., Tehran

Knockout Tournament

Knockout Tournament: Conversations over a ping-pong table

New Media Projects coinciding with Tehran Art Week will host an unusual series of talk in a new format: a meeting around a Ping-Pong table and on the occasion of a Knockout Tournament. These conversations take place between the artists who have a gallery representing them and the ones who work independently by invitation and open call, grouped randomly by draw. While playing ping-pong which also reminds us of the cross-talks between the two, The artists after a brief introduction will share their thoughts on their artistic practice and their experience working as an artist with each other and the viewers. And the winner will take a symbolic trophy home, while the core idea and the real victory will be beginning new paths, knowing new people and by engaging in ever needed conversations in this very moment of time.

جام حذفی: گپ و گفت  دور یک میز پینگ‌پُنگ

پروژه‌های نیومدیا همزمان با هفته‌ی هنر تهران، قصد دارد سلسله گفتگوهایی را در قالبی تازه برگزار کند: دیداری سر یک میز پینگ‌پنگ و به بهانه‌ی جامی حذفی بین هنرمندان.

این دیدارها بین هنرمندانی که با یک گالری قرارداد دارند یا توسط آن نمایندگی می‌شوند و هنرمندانی که به‌طور مستقل فعالیت می‌کنند، با دعوت یا فراخوان و به‌قیدقرعه برپا می‌شود. گفتگو بین طرفین در حال بازی پینگ-پونگ شکل می‌گیرد که خود یادآور گفتگویی رفت و برگشتی هم است، از هنرمندان خواسته خواهد شد پس از معرفی، در خلال بازی پیرامون  تجربه و حال هوای کاری خود با یکدیگر و تماشاگران صحبت کنند، در پایان جامی نمادین به برنده‌ی این جام حذفی اهدا خواهد شد، هرچند، بُرد اصلی و هدف ضمنی با آغاز مکالمات و آشنایی‌های تازه و ارتباطات نو تحقق خواهد یافت.

Moving Dust | Bandar Abbas

Moving Dust | Bandar Abbas


Curator: Amirali Ghasemi / Parking Video Library

Moving Dust brings together a series of videos from the Parking Video Library revolving around the representation of dust in moving images in the works of artists and filmmakers. Moving Dust features works by Anahita Hekmat, Arash Khosronejad, Arash Fesharaki, Saman Khosravi, Nazgol Emami, Ali Momeni, Minou Iranpour, Amirali Mohebbinejad, Aria Farajnejad, Jaleh Nessari, Tessa Knapp and Bahram Beyzai.

More info here:

Moving Dust

Moving Dust | Kerman

Curator: Amirali Ghasemi / Parking Video Library in collaboration with Yadegaran art gallery

14 – 20 Dec 2018

address: Between Valiasr and Somaye Crossroads | Beheshti St | Kerman | Iran

Moving Dust brings together a series of videos from the Parking Video Library revolving around the representation of dust in moving images in the works of artists and filmmakers. Moving Dust features works by Anahita Hekmat, Arash Khosronejad, Arash Fesharaki, Saman Khosravi, Nazgol Emami, Ali Momeni, Minou Iranpour, Amirali Mohebbinejad, Aria Farajnejad, Jaleh Nessari, Tessa Knapp and Bahram Beyzai

More information here:

http://newmediasoc.com/projects/moving-dust/

Artist talk by Wojtek Blecharz and Zorka Wollny

New Media Society in Collaboration with Kandovan Art Residency & Pejman Foundation
Artist talk by Wojtek Blecharz and Zorka Wollny

Where: New Media Projects: When: Thursday – Nov 22, 2018 – 05 to 07 pm

Part of a curatorial research trip organized by Kasia Sobucka, Arts Territory and artistic residency at Kandovan, Pejman Foundation

During her talk, Zorka Wollny’s will focus on the subject of choreographing music. She will discuss what kind of work it is to create acoustic compositions for institutions, factories, and empty buildings. Her work functions at the boundary between the theatre and visual arts and are strictly related to the architecture. She collaborates—in a director-like mode—with musicians, actors and dancers and, every time with members of local communities too. Zorka will also look at the importance of preparation, collaborations, topics, and audience.
Wojtek Blecharz will give a presentation on his 3 operas-installations: “Transcryptum”, “Park-Opera” and “Body-Opera”. He will discuss the new approach to the libretto in his works, the role of sound as well as the participation of the audience.
New Media Projects: No. 3, Araabi 3 Alley, N. Kheradmand St, Karimkhan Ave. Tehran – Iran
@newmediasociety

ARTISTS BIOGRAPHIES

Wojtek Blecharz was born in Gdynia (Poland) in 1981, in 2006 he graduated with honors from Frederic Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw (Master of Arts), in 2015 received a Ph. D. in music composition at University of California San Diego. Since 2012 Blecharz has been curating the Instalakcje music festival at Warsaw’s Nowy Theater, featuring non-concert music: sound installations, performance installations, sound sculptures, music videos, music theater, and Blecharz has also directed both of his opera-installations Transcryptum (2013) commissioned by Grand Theater-National Opera in Warsaw and Park-Opera (2016) commissioned by Theater Powszechny in Warsaw. Currently preparing the third opera installation Body-Opera commissioned by Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (premiere November 2016).In 2013 he was selected as one of the winners of the IMPLUS International Composition Competition in Graz. In 2015 a theater/choir piece with Blecharz’s music Mutter Courage und ihre Hunden directed by Marta Górnicka, commissioned by Staadtstheater Bruswick was acclaimed as one of the best 60 performances in Germany.
Recently Blecharz premiered his new installation Axis commissioned by Goethe Institute in Warsaw and Polish Institute in Berlin; composed and directed a new theater piece SOUNDWORK for 8 actors, commissioned by TR Warszawa; new piece for Syrian and western instruments Music for invisible places, commissioned by International Contemporary Ensemble to celebrate to 50th anniversary of Lincoln Center in New York. In October 2016 Blecharz will be participating in Ari Benjamin Meyers’ 15-day installation at Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin composing daily for 4 hours at the museum.

Zorka Wollny was born 1980 in Krakow, Poland. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Her works function at the boundary between the theatre and visual arts and are strictly related to the architecture. She collaborates—in a director-like mode—with musicians, actors and dancers and, every time with members of local communities too. Her works have been exhibited at the most prestigious contemporary art institutions in Poland: Zachęta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw, Museum Sztuki in Łódź, Wyspa Institute of Art in Gdańsk, National Museum in Krakow, National Museum in Gdańsk, National Museum in Szczecin, Wrocław Contemporary Museum – and form part of their art collections. Most recently her works have been presented at: the Hebbel am Ufer Theatre in Berlin (2018), CTM Festival in Berlin (2018, 2015), Savvy Contemporary in Berlin (2017, 2016), De Appel in Amsterdam (2017), Heroines of Sound Festival in Berlin (2017), International Studio&Curatorial Program in New York (2017), Tartu Museum of Art (2017), Edith-Russ-Haus für Medienkunst in Oldenburg (2016), Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London (2014), Jazz and Experimental Music Festival in Istanbul (2014), Akademie der Künste in Berlin (2013.
She works as an associate professor at Stettin Art Academy.

Arts Territory is a London based non-profit arts organization. Initiated as a vehicle to develop creative links between Polish and UK artists and to provide a support network for international creatives interested in engaging with Polish arts, Arts Territory has developed into wider territories of investigation. Our current artistic programming is dedicated to new commissions and cross-border collaborations, development of politically informed, critical discourses that explore issues of cultural identity in a contemporary art context. We hope to inspire new, challenging art and facilitate dialogue between artists internationally. We are also dedicated to bridging the gap between what is considered music and art by giving space and attention to both mediums equally. Arts Territory fulfills its mission in a variety of ways including exhibitions, festival, through commissioning, research projects, and publications. Through meaningful dialogue with a wide range of venues and collaborators, we present projects across the UK and internationally.

New Media Projects: No. 3, Araabi 3 Alley, N. Kheradmand St, Karimkhan Ave. Tehran – Iran

Supported by the Arts Council England’s Artists International Development Fund granted to Kasia Sobucka.

Detour to Tehran – Vienna

Detour to Tehran

A film program curated by Amirali Ghasemi | Parking Video Library
with special thanks to Pouria Jahanshad | Rokhdad-e Tazeh Documentary

“Detour to Tehran” is a two-day screening program at SCHIKANEDER Kino in Vienna on November 17-18, 2018. The program is made in response to an invitation by Hinterland Gallery, curated by Amirali Ghasemi and the Parking Video Library. The screening takes place parallel to an exhibition featuring works by Iranian artists with an emphasis on the city of Tehran as the central theme. “Detour to Tehran” puts together documentary films, videos, and experimental films by various individuals working on Tehran and its many aspects using moving images, among them: Filmmakers, Architects, Artists, photographers, and choreographers…

With contributions from:
Kaveh Mehrabani, Saman Khosravi, Mehdi Bagheri, Pirouz Kalantari, Alireza Rasoulinejad, Amirali Ghasemi, Bahman Kiarostami, Paliz Khoshdel, Zeinab Tabrizi, Jaleh Nessari, Siavash Naghshbandi, Bahar Samadi, Ehsan Barati, Arash Fesharaki, Setare Jabbari, Ehsan Behmanesh, Arash khakpour, Arash Radkia, Amirali Mohebinejad, Nebras Hoveizavi, Roya Keshavarz, Mona Kakanj, Foojan Xaje and Tanin Torabi.

Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018
5 pm
| Black & white (TEHRAN KALEIDOSCOPIC) | Kaveh Mehrabani | 2013-2018 | 80 min
| The Destructed Ones | Saman Khosravi | 2016–2017

7 pm
| Residents of one-way street | Mehdi Bagheri | 2015 | 72 min
| Reading Salinger in the City Park | Pirouz Kalantari | 2011 | 29 min

9pm
| Exteriors | Alireza Rasoulinejad | 2004 | 70 min
| Video diaries | Amirali Ghasemi | 2004

Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018
5 pm
| Statues Of Tehran | Bahman Kiarostami | 2008| 60 min
| Street Sultans | Paliz Khosdel – Zeinab Tabrizi | 2010 | 39 min

7 pm – short films
| Fleur Cinema | Jale Nesari | 2018 |
| Tehran Metastasis | Siavash Naghshbandi | 2016
| The Plasco Building | Bahar Samadi | 2017 | silent
| String | Ehsan Barati | 2018
| Workers Say Goodbye to the Sun | Arash Fesharaki | 2013
| Some ways to reach revolution | Setareh Jabbari | 2009
| Room No. 28, The Floor to The Roof | Ehsan Behmanesh | 2007
| Tehran Zoo | Arash Khakpour, Arash Radkia | 2009

9 pm
|Amirali Mohebinejad| 27 Minutes to Go | 17:00 | 2009 |
| Tanin Torabi | The Dérive | 7:39 | 2017 |
| Roya Keshavarz| Khalvat|07:37|2016|
| Rat Race | Mona Kakanj | Video | 2016
| Red Noise | Foozhan Xajeh | 2018
| Does the road offer a clue? | Nebras Hoveizavi | 2018

SCHIKANEDER Kino
Margaretenstraße 24, A – 1040 Wien
(tgl. ab 18 Uhr) : 01/ 58 52 867
schikaneder.at

Adapting to Invisibility – Lajevardi Foundation

Adapting to Invisibility
Vefq be Na-Peydaei
Lajevardi Foundation
Curated by Amirali Ghasemi/ Parking Video Library
Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 – 7 pm

Anahita Hekmat | Mehdi Shiri | Hamed Sahihi | Tessa Knapp | Ronak Moshtaghi | Narges Naseri | Tala Madani | Payam Mofidi | Nebras Hoveizavi | Simin Yaghoubi

Adapting to Invisibility is Amirali Ghasemi ’s response to a kind invitation from Sussane Bürner, artist, and curator based in Berlin. Parallel to the Mimicry – Empathy Exhibition held at Lajevardi Foundation – Tehran, a one-day video screening program is organized to explore the similar yet varying path taken by various artists living across the globe. The approaches frequently deal with the body, its image and often surrounding sceneries. The program reveals both the vulnerability of human beings and the way they chose to protect/express themselves in confrontation to
the outside world.
@NewMediaSociety
#videoscreening
#LajevardiFoundation
#ParkingVideoLibrary

Tanakora in Progress…

Parkingallery Projects and New Media Society Present

TANAKORA IN PROGRESS…

Come and join us for a collaborative project which takes place at the intersection of performance / Story-telling / SecondTanak-hand clothes exchange…
Tanakora takes its title from the wide=spred second-hand shops in Iran, named after a character in a Japanese Soap Opera from the 80s, Oshin, The Tv series aired during the Iran-Iraq war and gains such popularity that brought almost everybody at home sharp at 9 pm, when it was on.

The second-hand clothes sellers which got their hands on imported goods to Iran chose the textile chain in the series for their business.

6 years ago, Parkingallery launched its project, Tanakora Parking, which encouraged people to donate/exchange/sell their belongings in a set together with their stories. Try them on, take pictures and write new stories…

in March 2018, New Media Projects changes itself to a pop-up shop, office, and creative repair space, allowing the visitors to participate in the process from pricing to paperwork and from sorting to displaying and sale, though forms which allow them to let their material for exchange or to be sold. The item left will be donated at the end.

You can join Tanakora in progress from Friday, March 2, to Tuesday, March 6, from 11 am to 9 pm.

T-ask: Set in motion | Material from Bremen in Tehran


T-ask: Set in motion
Material from Bremen in Tehran
New Media Projects
Feb 23-27, 2018
4-8 pm
New Media Society invites you to T-ask: Set in motion, an open studio by five artists from Tehran and Bremen: Alireza Mohammadi, Neda Zare, Ehsan Barati, Konstanze spat and Stephan Thierbach

The Neighbors Think Nobody is Here

Object theater, “The Neighbors Think Nobody is Here” written and directed by Leyla Ahmadi and performed by Naghmeh Manavi will be on view for six nights, with the support of New Media Society – Tehran. This piece has been featured previously in the third Micro leev Festival.

The statement which the group released for the Piece reads: In “The Neighbors think nobody is here” eight people gather around a table as a narrator is telling her story to the strangers who have come to her house.
In this piece, we have tried to avoid defining the object in relation to the dramatic persona. We have tried that objects themselves play their role and to avoid Personification. Here, each object will lend its material and picturesque presence to the performer, without losing its object quality and fading into dramatic Personification.

Leyla Ahmadi has graduated in Puppet Theater from the Tehran Art University. In the past she has participated in various festivals as a playwright such as “The womb house “, “They live in us” and “I failed anyway” she attended in different festivals. She was short-listed for The Radi Playwright Award in the 19th University Theater Festival.

Naghmeh Ma’navi, has graduated in acting and directing from the Tehran Art University. She appeared in different plays like “Direct relevance”, “They live in us” as an actor and director. She has won the directing award from TheFifth Monologue Festival.

This play will be performed 12 times from August 28 to September 2, 2017 at New Media Projects. Due to the nature of the piece and limited seats (8 persons per show), the tickets reservation will be possible through telephone calls only
(Mobile Number: 09391461484)

Tickets Fee: 20 000 Yomans.
Students discount: 15 000 Tomans.

Address: New Media Projects
No. 3, A’rabi 3 Alley, Kheradmand –e Shomali St., Karimkhan Ave., Tehran

Mapping Karimkhan

Karimkhan, mapping the cultural, artistic changes in the heart of Tehran

A project by New Media Society

Local Access | Strolling along Kheradmand Avenue and further

Local Access

Strolling along Kheradmand Avenue and further
Curated by Helia Hamedani & Amirali Ghasemi
Oraganized by New Media Society


Simultaneous with the 7th edition of Limited Access Festival, We want to practice collectively a simple tryout: our local access to the locality here and now in Tehran. Therefore we asked our artist neighbors to open their studios for us for a friendly chit-chat, for few hours on Thursday 6th and Friday 7th of April.

It’s not exhibition situation or to see works installed in a white cube environment. Here is a safe and immediate space for conversation that can be more helpful than reading lines of descriptions and artist statements. Studios will transform too, side by side to our view of the neighborhood in every and each of the stops.

Studios Visited:

Yousha Bashir / Neda Zarfsaz / Mohammad Ghazali / Zarvan Rouhbakhshan / Ali Sadeghi / Elahe Farahani / Farya Aryanejad / Arman Mahdavi / Amir Mobed / Samira Eskandarfar / Hamed Sahihi / Paria Sahihi / Sina Choopani / Mojtaba Amini / Shahryar Hatami / Sam Sami’ee

Guided by Helia Hamedani, Amirali Ghasemi, Sohrab Kashani, Pegah Tabasinejad