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Farnaz and Mohammadreza Jurabchian “Final encore”

Synopsis: Tehran 1958, in one of Tehran’s old neighborhood, Shemiran, a house was being built, a house for a couple with two children. Building a house brick by brick was fast, roof on the first floor and then second floor, windows, doors, well, electricity, and then the pool painted blue. At the end, a tree was planted in the garden. The old tree has seen the coming and going of many seasons…Every day on the streets of our city, Tehran, a house is being demolished. A house that one day was designed based on all architecture principals; aesthetics, and our needs. Final Encore pays homage to one of those old houses that is waiting to be pulled down. Artists have gathered in this house and created works to pay a last tribute to it as a representative of historical houses of the city.

Biography: Born in Tehran, Iran, Farnaz Jurabchian received her BA in Cinema from The Melhoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University in Montreal and MohammadReza Jurabchian recieved his BA in photography from University of Art and Architecture in Tehran. Together the brother and sister collaborate in several short and documentary films which have been selected for a number of international film festivals worldwide. In addition, their short films “The Last Image of a Memory” was the winner of the Grand prize from the Third edition of Tiznit International short film festival in Morocco.

(Short film) Filmography:

· Final Encore, 18 minutes, 2013

· The Last Image of a Memory, 18 minutes, 2012

· The House of Strangers, 8 minutes, 2009.

· The Dinner, 8 minutes, 2008.

· The Last Day, 14 minutes, 2007


FINAL ENCORE Iran, 2013 | 18 min | Experimental documentary - Directed by Farnaz Jurabchian & MohammadReza Jurabchian

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Produced and directed by: Farnaz Jurabchian – MohammadReza Jurabchian Director of Photography: Mohammad Reza Jurabchian First Assistant: Masoud Alirezayee Edit: Kambiz Saffari Assistant editor: Aref Neisi Composer: Keyvan Saffari