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Project Description

A Few Days Later

Sydney Premiere | 2013

Director's Biography
Director's Biography
Niki Karimi was born in Tehran on November 10, 1971. She started her career as an actress since 1989. In 1995 she was awarded the silver shell for best Actress in San Sebastian film festival and Nantes film festival award for Sara By Darioush Mehrjuii. She also won the best actress award for her performance in two women in Taormina film festival in Italy and in Cairo film festival in Egypt.

Jury member in Thessaloniki film festival, In Dubai, Rennes, Middle East, Damascus and Locarno film festival, also a translator and a photographer.
In 2001 she made a documentary about infertility. She premiered her first directing job with “To have or not to have”, which won “The Rain” documentary award in Iran.
One night, is her first feature film, Official selection in Cannes film festival (2005).

Synopsis

In her second narrative feature, Karimi presents a gorgeous minimalist portrait of a woman crushed by indecision. At first it seems that graphic designer Shahrzad (played by Karimi) goes about her daily life with placid ease, but her surface stillness masks a maelstrom of weighty decisions she desperately wishes to avoid making.

Notes: This session is supported by the Australian Film Television and Radio School and will be taking place at the Australian Film Television & Radio School campus at Moore Park, followed by Q & A with the filmmaker.

Festivals

  • San Francisco Film Festival
  • Rome Film Festival

Production Team

Director
Niki Karimi
Country
Iran
Runtime 
78 min
Language
Farsi with English Subtitles
Premiere Status 
Classification 
18+
Year
2006
Screenwriter 
Producer
Mohamad Reza Takhtesian
Cinematographer 
Editor
Cast
Niki Karimi, Behran Alavi & Ehsan Amani

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