Radio Dreams

Directed By : Babak Jalali

USA / 2016 / 91 min

Technical Details :

Cast :

Mohsen Namjoo, Lars Ulrich, Sulyman Qardash, Siddique Ahmed, Raby Adib, Mohamamad Talani, Boshra Dastournezhad

Produced By :

Butimar Productions – Marjaneh Moghimi

Music By :

Mahmood Schricker

Language :

Farsi, English

Festivals & Awards :

Festivals:

Rotterdam IFFR – In Competition

San Francisco IFF – Official Selection

Seattle IFF – In Competition

Munich IFF – Official Selection

Melbourne IFF – Official Selection

Warsaw IFF – Official Selection

CPH PIX – Official Selection

Viennale IFF – Official Selection

New Zealand IFF – Official Selection

Gijon IFF – In Competition

Focus on Asia Fukuoka IFF – Official Selection

Taipei Golden Horse FFF – Official Selection

Mostra Sao Paulo – In Competition

Milano IFF – In Competition

Vancouver IFF – Official Selection

Jeonju IFF – Official Selection

Eurasia IFF – Official Selection

Durban IFF – In Competition

Split IFF – In Competition

Festival Nouveau Cinema – Official Selection

Zerkalo IFF – In Competition

MOOOV – In Competition

Denver IFF – Official Selection

Milwaukee IFF – Official Selection

BAM cinemafest – Official Selection

Bogota IFF – Official Selection

Films from the South IFF – Official Selection

Vladivostok IFF – Official Selection

Costa Rica IFF – Official Selection

Migrant World FF – Official Selection

Osnabrueck IFF – Official Selection

Music FilmFestival – Official Selection

Anonimul – In Competition

SilK Screen – Official Selection

Cinema City IFF – Official Selection

Curacao IFF – Official Selection

Vilnius IFF – Official Selection

ExGround IFF – Official Selection

Awards:

Hivos Tiger Award @ Rotterdam IFFR

Best Actor Award @ Durban IFF

Special Jury Mention @ Seattle IFF

Best Director @ Zerkalo IFF

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Synopsis :

It’s a big day for the little radio station Pars Radio, broadcasting in Persian from San Francisco: Metallica is going to jam in the studio with Kabul Dreams, the first rock band from Afghanistan. But first, everyday life intervenes, in a dryly comical way.

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