How Students are killed by US troops in Afghanistan

Butcher Angels

“Butcher Angels” is a Fiction movie about the war-mongering policies of the US in Afghanistan.

Picking Rotten Apples

Market of Affection

“Market of Affection” is a series of short films about people with deep humanity and caring attitude towards the needy.

A Taxi Driver at Midnight in Tehran


“Driver” is a fiction story about a supportive cab driver who helps a man to get medicine for his wife late at night.

Terrorist Attack on Embassy of Iran in Mazar Sharif

Mazar Sharif

"Mazar Sharif" is about terrorist attack on Iran’s embassy in Mazar sharif and the death of an Iranian diplomats.

US Army in Afghanistan


“1+1=11” is a short fiction story that reviews the prevalence of mental health problems among US troops in the war-ravaged country.

A Romantic Story About the Shrine Defenders


“Hengame” is a narrative about an Iranian couple whose life is full of ups and downs. Hamed plans to travel to Syria to join the forces fighting the terrorists and defending the Holy Shrine of Hazrat Zeynab (SA), the granddaughter of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).

What the US Army does in Afghanistan?

Soil and Marjan

“Soil and Marjan” is a short narrative about the sufferings of Afghan girls and women. It highlights that the so-called US “war on terror” has, in fact, deteriorated the lives of Afghan people instead of building it.

The Story of All Streets


“Duel” is a social fiction story produced in genre of satire and its main narrative highlights a bitter confrontation between the rich and poor in the society as the gap between the two is widening day by day.

The Messenger of Peace

All Alone

“All Alone” is an Iranian movie about a teenage boy who lives on an island and wants to meet the president and talk about the problems that sanctions have brought to his family's life.

A Teenager Who Wants to Fulfill His Vow


“Salam (Hello)” is a short fiction story about the boy and his resolve to fulfill his vow. He makes a religious vow to say hello to 1000 people so that his father would come home unscathed.

Forceful Removing of Hijab During the Reign of Reza Shah

The 5th House

Greatly impressed and influenced by western culture, he issued a decree in 1936, forcing all girls and women to remove their Hijab (Islamic headdress). Former Iranian monarch Reza Shah Pahlavi’s edict was enforced swiftly and forcefully and those who did not follow his order...

A short story from war in Gaza:


A pregnant mother in Gaza is stuck under rubble but, surprisingly, she manages to deliver her child.

Nader Talebzadeh:

Ammar Popular Film festival is Founded and Funded by People

Ammar film festival is popular. But why is that? There are several reasons to elucidate it and figure out that Ammar festival is founded and funded by people.