Selections from the 2008 Wildscreen Festival
Introduced by Deborah Rothberg, Public Programs Coordinator, National Museum of Natural History.
IRANI WILDLIFE (Iran, 2008, 26 min.)
A poetic and cinematic journey through a country whose wildlife is spectacular, yet rarely seen on film, like an Asiatic cheetah. Directed by Mani Mirsadeghi. Winner of the Wildscreen Award to Promote Filmmakers from Developing Countries.
Shown as part of Selections from the 2008 Wildscreen Festival, along with BAMA’S JOURNEY, EYE OF THE LEOPARD, LIFE IN COLD BLOOD – ARMOURED GIANTS, CHINA’S KILLER ZOOS, RETHINK THE SHARK and THE WHITE WOOD.
FREE, no reservations needed.