Let’s our men dance by Hiwa Aminnjad (Iran , 2015)

Biographical note of the author
Hiwa Aminnejad was born in 1973 in Baneh, Kurdistan Province of Iran from a Kurdish middle class family. He obtained a degree in film direction and realized different shorts like The merry circle of agonies (dayere-e shad-e ranjha), 17 mins,  2013, and Broken smile (labkhand-e shekast-e), 7 mins, 2011.

The story of Kurdish women laboring to weave clothes for their men to dance in

The short offers a not-occidental perspective about gender topics on work and underlines, with a mere use of images, the poetic, social and cultural dimension of work. It highlights the diversification and importance of relations into the ecological dimension.

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