Iranian film ‘Villa Residents’ is slated to be screened at the Dhaka Int’l Film Festival.
Directed by Monir Qeidi, the movie will be screened at the Women Filmmakers section of the event.
The flick’s subject and theme depicts Iraq-imposed war on Iran in a unique way.
The movie, produced by Saeed Malekan, chronicles events facing wives of Iran army commanders at the time of the Iraq-imposed war on Iran.
It is filmed in residential villas for army forces in southern Iran and set in Persian calendar years between 1362 and 1363 (over 30 years ago).
Established in 1992, the Dhaka International Film Festival is a biennial film festival held in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The 16th edition of the DIFF will be held in the Bangladeshi capital from January 12-20, 2018.