Tuba soldiers on trying to keep her family together despite her mounting troubles. The first lady of Iranian cinema evocatively captures the human struggle at the heart of a family in this absolutely authentic, strikingly made portrait of women’s lives.
Winner Netpac Award Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2001
There will be a panel discussion chaired by WOW Festival Director David Gillam, who will be joined by Dr Saeed Zeydabadi-Nejad from the School of Oriental and African Studies, Dr. Maryam Ghorbankarimi from St Andrews University and Ehsan Khoshbakht, an Iranian film critic, curator and architect, after the screening at Chapter Arts Centre on Saturday 21 March, which will also be simultaneously 'Skyped' to Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
In partnership with British Council Iran as part of their UK-Iran Season of Culture.
Part of Conversations About Cinema's Impact of Conflict Season a Film Audience Network Initiative led by Watershed with QFT and Chapter Arts.
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