14 September – 20 October 2018
Commissioned and Produced by Print Room at the Coronet
Print Room at the Coronet has commissioned and produced a film by Mitra Tabrizian, with text by Ben Okri, in which he imagines what the Arab might have said.
The 6 minute film will be screened in the Studio from 6.15pm each evening, and during the interval.
Mitra Tabrizian is an Iranian-British award winning artist and filmmaker. Her photographic work has been exhibited and published widely and is represented in major international museums and public collections. Solo museum shows include Tate Britain, London (2008). She is a recipient of several photographic awards, including the Royal Academy ‘Rose Award for Photography’ (2013) and exhibited at the Venice Biennale Iranian pavilion (2015).
Her critically acclaimed debut feature Gholam (British/Iranian film, 2017) had a successful theatrical release in the UK. The team is now aiming for European distribution and vod worldwide.
Text by Ben Okri
Directed by Mitra Tabrizian
Producer Zadoc Nava
Man on the beach Mohamed Moulfath
Voice-over Fred Maamar Fortas
Director of Photography Oliver Curtis
Editor and Sound designer Andrew Lambert
Production Manager Mehdi Lahlo
Wardrobe Bongsu Park
Translation Ouissal Harize
Music Terry Devine-King
Sound Mix Rich Simpson at Hijack
Grade Vic Parker at Raised by Wolves
Commissioned and produced by the Print Room at the Coronet
© Sonatine Films 2018
Website image by Zadoc Nava
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