Hollow

Pouk

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Capturing the claustrophobic feeling of living in a system with no clear way out, this essayistic observation on life and death is framed by the concept of the panopticon.

A minimalist reflection on how we are born, live and die in cells, and struggle to find a release. This associative and soul-searching journey passes through the Troglodyte village of Meymand, a secret police prison transformed into a museum, a pigeon house, a high-rise residential complex and the largest cemetery in Iran.

 

This film will screen as part of the programme Shorts: Iran - A Sense of Place.

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Shorts: Iran - A Sense of Place + Q&A
Sun 18 June 12:45 - 14:51
Showroom - Bertha DocHouse Screen 3
Post-screening discussion with directors Afsaneh Salari, Mina Keshavarz, Mohammadreza Farzad, Shirin Barghnavard, and project curator Afsun Moshiry. Moderated by Jamie Allan.
Shorts: Iran - A Sense of Place
Mon 19 June 15:00 - 16:56
Showroom - Channel 5 Screen 2
Followed by a short performance of traditional Iranian music by Sheffield-based guitarist Amirsam.

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