Shabnam Tolouei is raising money to produce a short film (20 minutes) about the sexual abuse and torture that women go through their arrest in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Shabnam Tolouei is making a short film (20 minutes) about the sexual abuse and torture that women go through during their arrest in the Islamic Republic of Iran, called "1100". The protesters of the "Woman Life Freedom" movement are suppressed, and when arrested, are forced to false confessions.The main character is played by Shabnam Tolouei. The script is based on true stories told by the women recently arrested in Iran. The goal is to focus on what is happening in Iran during the protests and to raise public awareness, especially for the non-Iranian audience.
The production team has been planning for this film since December 2022. Their estimated budget for production, shooting and post production is 22,000 dollars. Shabnam Tolouei award-winning actress, playwright, and director is delighted to cooperate in this project with prestigious and professional artists such as Pejman Hadadi (award-winning and internationally prominent musician) as film score composer as well as the interrogator's voice actor, Sam Javadi (award-winning director and cinematographer) as cinematographer and editor , Kayvan Jahanshahi (Award-winning film score composer and sound Designer) as sound engineer and sound designer. The team has already finished the pre-producing and shot the scenes in the first week of February 2023, with a portion of the whole budget ($10,000), and of course, must be able to get funds for the following stages of the post production. Shabnam Tolouei wishes to make this film with the support of independent individuals or organizations interested in the field of culture and art, as well as human rights in Iran, to show the struggles of Iranian people for their rights. Therefore, your help and support of this short film could be greatly appreciated!
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