SEVEN WINTERS IN TEHRAN
“I wish for the day when no girl is raped anymore. I wish for the day when the rights of the weak are not violated anymore.” Reyhaneh Jabbari killed in self-defence, stood up for her rights and was sentenced to death. She was 26 years old. The protagonist’s courage and absolute determination leave a deep impression. Against the background of the current women’s rights movement in Iran, this is an explosive and depressing film. Helga-Mari Steininger
German title: SIEBEN WINTER IN TEHERAN. Writer: Steffi Niederzoll. Production: Made In Germany. Producer: Melanie Andernach. Length: 87 min. International Sales: Cercamon
Studied audiovisual media art in Cologne and in Cuba. Her short films have been screened at numerous international film festivals such as the Berlinale. She took part in various directing master classes and was a scholarship holder at the Cultural Academy Tarabya, Turkey. Together with Shole Pakravan, she wrote the book "How to Become a Butterfly", which will be published in 2023. SEVEN WINTERS IN TEHERAN is her first feature-length documentary film.
This film contains explicit depictions of sexualised violence.