Private Project

The Scarecrow's heart

The “scarecrow’s heart” is based on the story of a Turkish writer named Yalovich Ural, a story about a bird that can not go to the tropics along with other birds in the winter, and collide with a scarecrow and spend the winter with him.

  • Gholamreza Kazzazy
  • Gholamreza Kazzazy
  • Kanoon Parvaresh
  • Project Type:
  • Runtime:
    11 minutes 30 seconds
  • Country of Origin:
    Iran, Islamic Republic of
  • Country of Filming:
    Iran, Islamic Republic of
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Antonio Ricci Award Animation
    April 27, 2016
    Tehran international Animation film festival 2015
    Antonio Ricci Award Animation
Distribution Information
  • Gholamreza Kazzazy
    Country: Canada
Director Biography - Gholamreza Kazzazy

Born in 1963 in Tehran,Iran,I am graduate of Painting from Art and Architecture School.I am a member of the board of the Iranian film designers.Since 2003,I worked as an art expert at the Institute “Kanon Parvaresh Fekri Kodakan” (for Intellectual Development of Chil-dren and Young Adults).I wrote and directed the animation “The Scarecrow's heart” (2009),teaches animation, photography, painting, and making sculptures.I had been the costume designer of several feature films like “The Father” (1996) and Baran (2001) directed by Mr Majid Majidi, Here a Shining Light (2002), directed by Mr Seyyed Reza Mir-Karimi, A Piece of Bread(2005), Directed by Mr Kamal Tabrizi

Awards & Candid
Inja cheraghi roshan ast
Yek teke nan
The Willow Tree
Bachehaye Abadi
Bachehaye Abri
Esteshhadi baraye khoda

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Director Statement

I believe that in the course of history, unlike what the military and the politicians do, they have always been artists who, by creating imaginative and subtle works, have made nations become more enthusiastic and more aware of each other, and the depth of their empathy and their feelings together Their lives and their views are on the verge of dialogue, and without regard to race, language and nationality, they press each other and protect human values, and they are always at the forefront of peace and friendship in the world.I wish our films to be proud of our human society, a society awaiting peaceful coexistence with mutual respect for the beliefs and cultures of nations.