10-17 May: available to watch online
Sunday 10 May, 6.30pm: communal viewing
Sunday 10 May, 8.30pm: live discussion
Tickets – FREE
Dir. Mohammad Ali Talebi
2000, Iran, 1hr 21 mins, Persian with English subtitles
SDH subtitles available
A classroom window has been broken for two weeks and the children cannot concentrate because the rain is getting in. The culprit is not allowed to return to class until he mends the window, so he sets out to resolve the situation and finds he has to walk a pane of glass across the countryside through a howling gale.
You can find out more about Mohammad-Ali Talebi here
Watch a Q&A with Mohammad-Ali Talebi and fellow Iranian filmmaker Ehsan Khoshbakht recorded at the Watershed, Bristol, in 2014
Read Peter Bradshaw’s 5* review of Willow and Wind here
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