Zendegi va digar hich
Abbas Kiarostami, Iran, 1992
91 mins, HD. PG
In Farsi with English subtitles
In the aftermath of a devastating earthquake, a filmmaker and his son return to a remote village. “A stunningly lyrical and eloquent exploration of both rural village life and the nature of artistic responsibility.” – NY Times
"Abbas Kiarostami (1940-2016) is the equivalent of a Godard, Kurosawa or Fellini – a director whose films have given new direction to world cinema." – Pacific Film Archive
This screening is open to the public – all tickets $10 (AFS members free). Tickets and AFS memberships on sale now at Academy Cinemas, and from the AFS desk in the cinema foyer from one hour before the screening.