|Screening of film of “Old Songs” to raise funds for child workers||
TEHRAN – A film of a performance of the play “Old Songs”, which was staged by the celebrated Iranian director and playwright Mohammad Rahmanian in Tehran in September 2013, will go on screen at the Qolhak Cinema Complex on June 11 to raise funds for child workers.
Rahmanian, along with members of the cast and crew, will be attending the screening, the Persian service of ILNA reported on Friday.
The screening has been organized by the Qolhak Cinema Complex in collaboration with the Association for the Protection of Child Laborers.
Ali Omrani, Mahtab Nassirpur, Habib Rezaii, Afshin Hashemi, Ali Sarabi, Ashkan Khatibi, Bahareh Moshiri and Masumeh Rahmani are the main members of the cast.
Composer Fardin Khalatbari, pianist Saman Ehteshami and vocalist Ali Zand-Vakili also accompanied the cast during their performances.
“Old Songs” consists of seven parts. Each part has a special plot that takes place in one of the popular neighborhoods in Tehran, and a group of musicians perform pieces between two parts of the play.
The play was staged at the ECO Cultural Institute (ECI) from September 2 to 13.
The Qolhak Cinema Complex is located on Yakhchal St., Shariati Ave.
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