گزارش گاردین از یک فیلم مستند جنبش سبز

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گزارش روزنامه گاردین راجع به فیلم مستند علی صمدی احدی از جنبش سبز با استفاده از عکسهای گرفته شده توسط موبایل و انیمیشن سازی و مصاحبه های کوتاه ویدئویی راجع به روزهای اعتر اضی جنبش سبز.

he Green Wave – review
This film about Iran’s green movement is a revelatory document of a harsh and difficult time
Henry Barnes
guardian.co.uk, Thursday 29 September 2011 22.22 BST
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Hard times … The Green Wave
The Green Wave
Production year: 2010
Country: Rest of the world
Runtime: 80 mins
Directors: Ali Samadi Ahadi
Cast: Payam Akhavan, Pegah Ferydoni, Shirin Ebadi
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Ali Samadi Ahadi’s documentary blends phone footage, animation and to-camera interviews to follow the course of the Iranian green movement during the disputed re-election of Mahmud Ahmadinejad in June 2009. It’s a film powered by the internet, in which the voices of Iran’s reformists are relayed via blogpost readings and on-screen tweets to create a day-by-day account of events. Animator Ali Reza Darvish’s drawings offer a flashcard guide to the protestors’ emotional state; they’re played skillfully across interviews with some of the thousands of imprisoned activists, as Ahadu pulls the curtain back on a government that was willing to imprison and torture its electorate. A blogger’s quote lingers longest: “Endurance is the only option Iranians have.” It’s an immensely courageous, terribly sad statement.

 

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