HALEEMA will be screened on June 27th at 6.30 pm during the inaugural WATERtown Film Festival near Boston, MA.
We are proud to be part of this important film festival that was created to increase public awareness of the environmental, social, and cultural importance of water. This is an opportunity to view exceptional works from around the world in the historic Plumbing Museum of Water Town.
HALEEMA will be screened during the 26th Filmfest Hamburg as part of the program “Heimatfilme”, a section connecting cinema and integration. This year’s lineup features films from Afghanistan, Germany, Eritrea, Iraq, Iran, Kurdistan, Somalia, Sudan, and Syria.
On September 30th, HALLEEMA will screen at 19.00 at the Gemeindezentrum St. Markus-Hoheluft in Hamburg. After the screening, filmmakers and guests can connect during a communal dinner while sharing typical dishes from the regions of the films.
There is no entry fee, donations are welcome but not mandatory.
HALLEMA was screened during the first water summit in the San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca in Argentina from September 15-17, 2018.
The “primera cumbre latinoamericana del agua de los pueblos” revolved around topics concerning clean water and water scarcity.
It was great to be a part of such an important event.
The Tampere Human Rights Film Festival will screen HALEEMA next week, November 8th at 6pm.
Tampere Human Rights Film Festival is the first film festival focusing on human rights issues in the Northern Europe. The event was organized for the first time last year.
The theme of the second edition of the festival is water and nutrition. The program consists of both feature-length documentaries and short films. All the films are either spoken or subtitled in English
Congratulations Ali Sadeghpoor Moghadas for winning Best Cinematography in a Short at the Iranian Film Festival in San Francisco. Haleema’s team is very proud that you are among the Sepanta Award Winners 2014. Way to go!
The “Voices From The Waters” Film Festival in Bangalore will screen HALEEMA during the festival from September 11-14 in the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA). Seating is free on a first come first served base. If you are in Indie be a part of this important event!
“We are going through a phase of uncertain climatic conditions of unseasonal gale and storm, heat wave and cold wave, melting Antarctica and rising seas gobbling up the landmass, increasing desertification and so on. The festival offers you a glimpse into all these and more – the struggle, the hopes and despair, the success stories…”
This is not only HALEEMA’s India premiere but also the first time every that one of my films is screened in a film festival in India. 🙂