'Tennessine'. (Image by Ali Nasseri 2021)A psychological drama from Iranian filmmaker Amin Palangi is currently shooting in NSW, starring Osamah Sami, Faezeh Alavi, and Robert Rabiah.Tennessine was written by Sami, who also plays Arash, a Persian man who arrives in Australia against his family’s wishes to reunite with the love [...]
(L-R) Carolyn Johnson, Eve Spence and Amin Palangi.Intrigued by people who choose to live off the grid in shacks, Eve Spence had the idea of writing a feature centred around one such community, overlaid with the arrival of asylum seekers from Iran.Recognising she needed help with the Iranian angle, she [...]
The Festival Prize at the 34th Fajr International Film Festival in Tehran goes to Amin Palangi for Love Marriage in Kabul. This was the first screening of the film and Amin Palangi’s in his homeland Tehran. The film was screened three times and was received well to sold out sessions and [...]
Amin Palangi, director of “Love Marriage in Kabul” believes that love stories are always fascinating. According to the public relations office of the 34th FIFF, festivals provide opportunities for meeting prominent cinematic figures from around the world. Amin Palangi, director of “Love Marriage in Kabul” was born in Iran, [...]
With the Persian International Film Festival back this week, we speak to director Amin Palangi about the 2014 highlights and his personal all-time favourites. The Persian International Film Festival returns for its third outing in Sydney this week, opening with the latest offering from renowned Iranian writer/director Mohammad Rasoulof, [...]
Writer, producer, director and mentor Amin Palangi concludes a stellar year of achievements with the Screen Transfusions program at the Information and Cultural Exchange in Parramatta. Screen culture producer at the Parramatta-based Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE) Amin Palangi will round off a memorable year with the Screen Transfusions program [...]
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Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE) works with Western Sydney communities on arts projects, often with a focus on technology, and their latest screen project is DigiDiaries. Muslim youth from Western Sydney were provided with training and tools to tell their stories in two-minute multimedia pieces. The pieces are not [...]