- Director: Mahdi Bagheri
- Screening: June 7, 2020, 7 p.m.
- Cloud video Screening via Zoom
- Run time: 70
40 years of life, love and hate in the streets of Naser Khosrow. This film is the history of Naser Khosrow's street in the Udlagan neighborhood and Shams al-Amareh Palace, as well as the square of the artillery, Imam Khomeini Square in 1400 years.
Mahdi Bagheri was born in 1981 in Tehran and graduated in directing from Tehran Film School. In addition to making documentaries, he is a photographer and film editor. His films have been awarded several prizes at national and international festivals, including Best Documentary and Best Director. Old Boy and Residents of One Way Street are two of his most famous documentaries as a director.