THE EYE OF THE BREAD

The subject of the film is about two major problems in Kurdistan.The problem of
Colubris in Iranian Kurdistan and the chemical bombing of the city of Halabja in
Iraqi Kurdistan.The story is told in the language of an Iranian Kurdish girl .This
girl is the helper of her disabled father who has been forced to work in Culbery.
Rojin loses his childhood and while crossing the border, they enter a border
village and meet a boy named Karvan from the village.Rojin looks into the
classroom through the window of the village school and gets acquainted with the
caravan.Caravan also has problems like Rojin.The problems and troubles of life
are always in the way of these two characters.

  • khaled farajzadeh$Osman Mohammad abdolla
    Writer
  • khaled farajzadeh$Osman Mohammad abdolla
    Director
  • khaled farajzadeh$Osman Mohammad abdolla
    Producer
  • Parnia Hosseini Nasab, Nima Zahabi, Mohammad Hejazian, Shenia Hassani and Osman Mohammad abdolla
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes 10 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 9, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    Iran, Islamic Republic of
  • Country of Filming:
    Iran, Islamic Republic of
  • Language:
    Kurdish
  • Shooting Format:
    Screening Format:19.20/10.80
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - khaled farajzadeh$Osman Mohammad abdolla

Khaled Farajzadeh: Photographer. I was born in Saqqez, Kurdistan province, and in the village of Saheb. I have experienced cinema lessons and made several short films / short animation "Sweet Thinking" / Short Wishes / "The Edge of Death" / Documentary: Poet Sayed Mohammad Sadegh Hosseini Great Kurdish I have participated in many foreign festivals including USA, Italy, Ukraine, India, Hungary, Morocco, Tunisia etc. Best Photo Awards KHARKIV INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND TRAVEL. Best festival photo
Orlando Edge Film Festival CEFF Network 2020 in Florida, USA I have been able to attend several foreign exhibitions including photography in Ukraine / UK / United States / Norway / Iraq and I have a Ukrainian Honor Diploma in Kharkov

Director's Biography:
Osman Muhammad Abdullah
Field of activity: cinema, writing
Born: kurdistan 20, 12, 1980.
Accommodation: Halabja city
Nationality: Iraq
Profession: Writer and director
Years of activity: since 2005
Degree: Bachelor of Economics
Director's Filmography:

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Director Statement

Director's statement: Khaled Farajzadeh (I am also a Culber) Given the living
conditions of the Iranian people, especially Kurdistan, and the lack of any
factories and production workshops in the region,The people of this land,
despite having higher education degrees to earn a living and bring a piece of
bread to their table, are forced to cultivate at the borders. I am one of these
people and I am busy with Culbery and I have earned half of the cost of making
this film through Culbery.I have a special interest in the profession of cinema,
and most of the time we find ourselves in front of the gun barrel of the border
guards, who, despite a lot of hardship and hardship, sometimes face the loss of
organs and even our lives%

I am also a chemist in Halabja
Due to the fact that during the chemical rain in Halabja, I was not more than 8
years old, I felt and touched the biggest genocide in that age, and we and our
family of 6 became chemical, and unfortunately at that time we were
separated from our family. Find my two Swiss sisters, my parents in Iran, and
the Kamyaran camp, and I myself was in an orphanage in Tehran. The one, my
sister, was taken to the United States for treatment. Remember
Because life goes on, in the movie Eye of Bread, there is a reference to the
chemicalization of Halabja and turning the apple, which is a symbol of love,
into a symbol of common sense, which is still hated by the new generation of
apples. And we have considered warlike human beings as the cause and
founder of this work