81 MIN

The webcam witnessed it all: from the strange snowfall in Isfahan to Mitra telling stories of her prison time and Hasan insisting on hearing his son's last night dream. A decade of family togetherness, online, between Isfahan and Berlin.

Cast & Crew
Producers: Luise Hauschild, Ewelina Rosinska, Mariam Shatberashvili
Director: Faraz Fesharaki
Script: Faraz Fesharaki
Directors of Photography: Moritz Friese, Shahab Fotouhi, Faraz Fesharaki
Sound: Sum-Sum Shen, Jan Pasemann
Editor: Faraz Fesharaki
Cast: Mitra Kia, Hasan Fesharaki, Faraz Fesharaki, Rahi Sinaki
Production: Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin

Faraz Fesharaki
Faraz Fesharaki is an Iranian-German filmmaker and award-winning cinematographer living in Berlin. While studying Dramatic Literature and Film Studies at the Tehran University of Art, he attended Abbas Kiarostami's workshop and began making his own short films. In 2012, he started studying at the German Film and Television Academy in Berlin. His graduation film as a cinematographer, What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? by Alexandre Koberidze, premiered in the Berlinale Competition in 2021, where it was awarded with the FIPRESCI Prize. Faraz Fesharaki also received the Award for Best Cinematography at the Sevilla FF for his work on the film and a nomination for Best Cinematography at the German Film Critic Awards. In 2021, he shot Sara Summa’s second feature Arthur & Diana, which premiered at TIFF in 2023 and Mónica Lima’s new short film Natureza Humana, which won the Ammodo Tiger Short Award in Rotterdam 2023. What Did You Dream Last Night, Parajanov? is his first feature length film as a director.

Article 174 (short, 2009), Fathe Bagh (short, 2011), It’s a Criminal Waste to Give This Film a Postproduction (short, 2017), What Did You Dream Last Night, Parajanov? (doc., 2024).