Set against the turbulent backdrop of Iranian history over the last 40 years
Silent House tracks the fortunes of three generations of an upper-middle-class Iranian family. At the center of the story stands the century-old house in Tehran
in which the family lived through both happy and tragic times. The filmmakers,
a brother and sister in the family, were able to draw on the rich archive of family home movies, placing them alongside historical material as well as interviews with relatives. Charting the changes experienced by the members of this traditional family following the 1979 revolution until the present time in a highly personal narration, they weave together a rich tapestry of social and political themes. With the house itself as a silent witness, the family’s story becomes a mirror of society
100 | color | Spoken languages: Persian |Subtitles in: English, French

​If Walls Could Talk

Directors: Farnaz Jurabchian, Mohammadreza Jurabchian
‍Production: Farnaz Jurabchian, Mohammadreza Jurabchian,
Elaheh Nobakht
‍Co-Producers: Stéphanie Lebrun for Babel Doc,
Jewel Maranan for Cinema Is Incomplete
Commission Editor: Fatma Riahi for Al Jazeera Documentary Channel
Exacutive Producer: Anita Lee fo Nrational Film Board of Canada
‍Cinematography: Mohammadreza Jurabchian
‍Editing: Hayedeh Safiyari
‍Sound Designer: Ramin Abousedgh
‍Music: Hamed Sabet
‍Screenplay: Farnaz Jurabchian, Mohammadreza Jurabchian,
Narges Farshi
Color correction: Hamidreza Fatourehchian
Mastering: Borna Jamshidi
‍Narrator: Mohammadreza Jurabchian, Farnaz Jurabchian
Promotional material & poster: Farhad Fozouni, Ehsan Barabadi
Graphic Designer: Gilda Manouchehri​, Kajal Malekzadeh

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