Pelan #14: “Residents of one-way street” and “Suddenly you went missing”

Pelan #14:
Title: “Residents of one-way street” (2014)-55 min
“Suddenly you went missing” (2013)- 26 min
Director: Mahdi Bagheri
June 08,2015
Simon Fraser university

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Synopsis:

“Residents of one-way street” is exploring the history and the memories of 30 Tir Street, door by door with six residents of this one way street.

“Suddenly you went missing” portrays 35 days of street resistance by civilian people of Khorramshahr through the photos and diaries of Behrouz Moradi who was killed in Iran-Iraq war.

Followed by post-screening Q&A session with director.

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“PELAN" is a nonprofit and nonpartisan project, organized by a group of students and graduates of "Simon Fraser University (SFU)" in Vancouver. “PELAN" has been initially designed for screening the contemporary documentaries and short films about Iranian people made by independent Iranian/non-Iranian directors. While these movies may have been banned in Iran, they have been presented in international film festivals all around the world. So, we believe this is a great opportunity for Iranian living in Vancouver to watch these artworks on a bigger scale. “PELAN" was established in 2013 and it has been happening since then and so far we have screened several documentaries from Iranian filmmakers who work inside and outside of Iran. We've also been organizing online Q&A sessions with the directors/producers at the end of the screenings.

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