SHORT FILM | NORWAY | 30MIN
An Iranian family comes to Norway and Lillehammer during the early 90s. The family is welcomed with open arms by a population preparing for the ’94 Winter Olympics. But once the games end and the city turns back to its old self, people are no longer as friendly as they seemed.
Kaveh Tehrani is a Norwegian-Iranian writer and director. He is the creative mastermind behind three award-winning short films, 1994 (2011) Victor (2014), and The Manchador (2019). Collectively, his first two shorts received the National Film Award, the FIPRESCI and Golden Dragon prize from Krakow, and Best film at the Drama Short Film Festival, and many more. His most recent film has swept awards at the Norwegian Short Film Festival and Aspen Shorts Fest, so far.
Country of Production: Norway
Running Time: 30 min
Audio Track: Norwegian and Farsi
Director: Kaveh Tehrani
Writer: Kaveh Tehrani
Executive Producers: Mads Astrup Ronning, Marthe Haakensen
Producers: Chrisian Lien Jensen, Marthe Haakensen, Kaveh Tehrani
Cast: Aziz Khatari, Nahid Rusi