Born 1977 in Iran, Nasser Zamiri started his artistic work in 1994 after going through training at the Iran Association of Young Cinema. He made his first film in 1998. His short films so far have been screened nationally and internationally, winning a number of awards.
Several young Afghan families with small children are fleeing the country with people smugglers. The price that they have to pay for their illegal crossing is much higher than they anticipated.
Winner of Best short Film at the 10th “Third Eye” Asian Film Festival in India (2011)
Best Fiction film at the International Competition Section of the 28th Tehran International Short Film Festival (2011)
Special Mention at the 8th Sedicicorto International Film Festival- Italy (2011)
First Prize from the 6th Pentedattilo International Film Festival-Italy (2011)
Best film from the 6th”Parvin Etesami” short Film Festival, Tehran (2011)
Best Film and Script from the 28th “Tehran” International Short Film Festival (2011)
Best short film from the “Kish” International Film Festival (2011)
Best film (Grand Prix of the festival ) from the “Sooreh” short Film Festival (2011)
Best film and actress from the 6th Ruyesh film festival (2011)