Tehran: the 25th Hour | Australian Premiere


On the 29th of November, 1998, moments after the Iranian National Football Team qualified as the 32nd team in World Cup `98, the usually quiet streets of Tehran were transformed into isles of joy as people united to celebrate their nation's sporting victory. It was one of the happiest days in the life of the modern Iranian nation; a day that would come to be known as "Sweet Saturday."

Screening with Offside.


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Price: Adult $18 | Concession $16
Screening At: Dendy Opera Quays
Date and Time: 6:30 PM | August 24, 2013
Original Title: تهران، ساعت ۲۵
Country: Iran
Language: Persian (English Subtitles)
Year: 1999
Runtime: 22 mins

Director: Seifollah Samadian

Director - Seifollah Samadian

Born in Tehran in 1954, Seifollah Samadian is an accomplished Iranian artist, photographer and cinematographer. Highly-regarded internationally as an art director with experience working with directors like Martin Scorsese and Abbas Kiarostami, Samadian came to the forefront of critical attention…Read More

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