The Upside down Triangle A Film By Hossein RajabianMay 18, 2016
A film about the right to divorce for women in Iran. The Upside-down Triangle is the first feature film by Iranian independent filmmaker Hossein Rajabian. The black-and-white film has been shot and directed by Rajabian – who has been involved in photography for years – using digital cinema technology. The shooting of the film kicked off in mid-February 2013 and came to an end in early May 2013. Snowfall in Central Alborz in northern Iran and [problems associated with] local arrangements are to blame for the prolongation of the shooting
To Revolution SquareAugust 17, 2007
“To Revolution Square” is the name of a documentary short film directed by Hossein Rajabian, the Iranian filmmaker. It portrays the commute of the common people in the Iranian capital city of Tehran who have to take the bus to go " to Revolution Square " on a daily basis. During the movie, people come to listen to strange radio news while they are on the bus. However, they are extremely dispassionate and do not show any special reaction to the unbelievable reports.
NavigationJanuary 18, 2005
“Navigation” is the name of a documentary film directed by Hossein Rajabian, the Iranian filmmaker.It was produced for an anthropological NGO in the Middle East, but was never released due to censorship in Iran.The movie is about a group of children between eight and twelve years of age who had not left their village before the production of the work in 2005. They had not even gone to nearby villages because of the impassibility of the roads in their place of residence. However, one day, their teacher decides to take them to the sea. Their trip accidentally coincides with the travel of Anousheh Ansari, the first female Iranian astronaut, to space. The movie simultaneously narrates both events.