After the victory of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, authorities realized the importance of children’s fantasy world and, as a result, Iranian filmmakers have used the infectious quality of childhood to create some truly exceptional films.
During that decade when the audiences were trying to make best use of their leisure time and build their hopes up while Iran was witnessing an invasion, such needs laid the foundation for making movies such as ‘Golnar’, ‘Patal and His Dreams’ and ‘Thief of Dolls’.
Also, movies such as ‘Where is the Friend’s House’ and ‘The Runner’ highlighted an unseen part of the children’s world in Iran post revolution cinema.
ifilm English invites you to watch the video to see the history of Kids and Young Adults Cinema in Iran post Revolution.
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