Screening

Film Reviews...

Here is a quandary. I don't subscribe to reviews nor read them. The good or the bad weigh  equally in my book.

However, they provide value to those who are interested. And, in my personal case, anything good that comes down the pipeline is a tool to possibly get others interested. And for that reason alone, I share the good that comes down the pipeline.

Our Chicago screening went well. A film critic from THE IRANIAN (Jonita Davis) was sent to review the films, and she had a favorable impression.

You can read the whole post here: 

Some take away pull quotes:

This was a film that turned the job of “watching” back onto the audience, forcing them to reflect on the things seen, heard, and felt….

the experience of both films (MAN + Three Worlds) is one that any film connoisseur must have. To sit with an awareness of the film, and, an awareness of how you are watching it, is a surreal act that can only be described as “art.” Motlagh’s work is definitely a piece of art in the medium of film.
— Jonita Davis
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35 Year Old Man screens at the HHM Film & Music Fest

35 YEAR OLD MAN makes an appearance at the 7th Annual Hells Half Mile Film & Music Festival in Bay City Michigan, Oct 6th & 7th.  This will mark our third film screening at this cool event.

More info, tickets and showtimes can be found here:

35 YEAR OLD MAN - 2012 - Directed by Amir Motlagh

35 YEAR OLD MAN - 2012 - Directed by Amir Motlagh