BIBIJAN
BIBIJAN

BIBIJAN

Director Narges Judaki, Iman Paknahad

Production year 2021

Length 40min.

Country Iran

screenings

15 Jul 2022 11․00 Cinema House, Grand Hall
15 Jul 2022 17.00 Cinema House, Grand Hall

SYNOPSIS

Bibijan was an innocent Afghan girl who was murdered on her wedding night by her brother when she was only thirteen.  The murder took place on the outskirts of Sirjan located in the middle of Iran.  These days, women frequently visit the ruins of the poor girl’s grave, whose name they don’t know.

CAST & CREW

Narges Judaki
Narges Judaki

Director

Producer(s)

Iman Paknahad,Narges Judaki

Script

Iman Paknahad, Narges Judaki

Director of Photography

Reza Teymouri

Music by

Bamdad Afshar

Edit

Pouyan Sholehvar

Narges Judaki

Born 1975. Narges Judaki is an Iranian independent journalist, writer and filmmaker. She started her career as a journalist in 2001, and is a member of International Federation of Journalists (IFJ). Between 2019 and 2020, she was the Chief Editor at Shahrvand daily newspaper, which would mainly cover social and cultural issues. Social issues, women and children rights and refugee’s concerns are mainly addressed in Narges’s articles and films.


Filmography

Bibijan (short, 2021).


Iman Paknahad
Iman Paknahad

Director

Iman Paknahad

Born 1983. He is an Iranian independent journalist, writer and filmmaker and is one of the members of International Federation of Journalists (IFJ). He started to work as a journalist in 2006 and mainly reported on Social and Cultural matters as well as Music and arts and he is now the Editor at one of the well-known magazines in arts and society in Iran. In 2017, together with his wife, Narges Joudaki, he researched and wrote the script for “Hoopoe’s flight” a feature documentary which has been admired in many national and international festivals. Finally, after years of research and writing, in 2021, Iman and Narges made their first documentary, Bibijan which was hugely praised in Iran and won audiences award in Iranian documentary film Festival.


Filmography

Bibijan (short, 2021).

FILMS 2022