A Snowy Day A Kurdish village conceals its presence under the cover of snow. People gradually emerge from their homes and tend to their everyday chores. Little by little, the camera reveals the appearance of the village as it moves deeper toward its center. It finally captures a little boy visiting his father's grave. His mother tells about the death of her husband. During the Iraq-Iran war, the area was covered by mines and the father died trying to retrieve one to sell it back to Iran for money.
2006「A Snowy Day」：Director, Writer, Editor 2005「Zero Year」：Director, Writer, Editor 2005「What Happened to Us?」：Director, Editor 2003「Why War?」：Director, Writer 2002「Mine and Tablou」：Director
Iran (islamic republic of)
Photography by Fire Director/Writer: 1 minute 30 Seconds
Country Life: Director/Writer: 17 minutes
Our Village: Director/Writer: 12 minutes
The Lost Generation: Director/Writer: 10minutes
A Snowy Day. Director / writer/ Editor. Documentary 10 mins.
Zero year. Director / writer/ Editor. Documentary. 23 mins.
What happened to Us? Director / Editor Documentary 23 mins.
Why War?. Director/writer. Documentary 32 mins.
Mine and Tablou. Director Documentary 22 mins.
Screening / Award history:
「Country Life」：Asolo International Art Film Festival (Italy, 2008); World Mountain Documentary Festival of Qinghai (China, 2008) → Best Photography Award
「A Snowy Day」：2006 Melbourne Kurdish Film Festival
「Mine and Tablou」：2002 Angered Documentary Film Festival