All My Mothers
Directors: Ebrahim Saeedi & Zahavi Sanjavi
Producer & Project Executatnt: Abbas Qazali
Edit and Sound & Image Montage: Ebrahim Saeedi
Music: Hossein Alizadeh
Music Mix: Behrooz Shahamati
Sound: Toofan Aboobakr
Narrator: Aram Mostoofi
Production Manager: Azad Argooshi
Production substitution: Farzin Karim
Computer Animation: Iraj Haqiqipour
Graphic: Mansour Mohammadi
Documentary / 70 min / 2008
During 30 years of ruling Ba'ath on Iraq, 4500 villages and suburbs in Kurdistan was ruined and about 182000 Kurdish and Iraqi Shiites were killed or lost.
This films is made 24 years after this event with the mainspring of a tomb that were found in the deserts in the South of Iraq and the film tells about the situation of one of the village of this region in which the habitants are women only.
Ebrahim Saeedi, born in 1965 in Mahabad, graduated cinema, edit branch from Theatre Cinema College of Art University. In addition to filmmaking, he has edited and cinematographed more than 100 short films, documentaries, series and TV programs.
He won the best prize for editing The Well that is a short film, from House of Cinema Editors Association in the 18th Tehran Short Film Festival and also in Granada Festival, Spain in 2003.
Also he gained the best prize of cinematography in the 4th Sima Production Festival and the 1st Kish Documentary Festival for cinematographing a documentary: Pearl's Dream.
Editing features such as Day Break (Hamid Rahmanian), Passing through Dust (Shokat Amin), Have You Another Apple? (Bayram Fazli), etc. are the other his professional activities.
Elegy of Distraction (1999)
Rougegiran - co-director with Mehrdad Oskuiee- winner of the best documentary in International section and the best film of Cultural Heritage in the 17th Tehran Short Film Festival, honored plaque of the best film from the 1st Yadegar Documentary Festival, winner of Silver Plaque in Austria Nation Festival in 2003.
JOAN (A Meeting Place) (2002), honored diploma of the best fiction from 19th Tehran Short Film Festival.
JILEMOO (Fire Beneath the Ash), winner of the best edit from the 1st Tahvar film Festival in Soleimanie, Kurdistan of Iraq in 2004.