Mystery of an unknown Iranian Consul, Abdol Hossein Sardari, who risks his life to save many lives during the WWII in France. Sardari creatively invented a new description of "Djougouten" to save hundreds of Iranian and non Iranian Jews in Paris. His new description presented a question for the German authorities to debate it among themselves which made many correspondences between Sardari and German officials.
As Iraq tries to rebuild itself after Saddam Hussein's regime was toppled, another Saddam Hussein, from Iraq, seeks to break small village tradition and build himself a new identity with a new name. However, his mother, who has looked after Saddam since he was a child, won't allow him to forsake his name and his roots.
Thirty years ago, a prominent Iranian filmmaker, Mamad Haghighat, bought a return ticket for two weeks to Paris to watch some of his favourite films which he could not access in Iran, at the Cinematheque - he has yet to return to Iran. He was determined to introduce Iranian cinema to the European film festivals, introducing prominent Iranian filmmakers to other countries by creating the first Iranian film festival outside of Iran.
Five survivors of the Holocaust recount their experience of escaping from their homeland alone at the age of 3 and 5 years old. Their remembrance of kindertransport, separating from their families and loosing their parents who were sent to an unknown destinations for ever.
Professor Scarlett Epstein, who is titled as “Woman who has changed the World” recounts her drama of her mum and herself during the years of 1940-1945. She talks about escaping and how her mum was persecuted in front of her when she should’ve been quiet and not shown her true identity.
Short fiction, inspired by a true story of Sadegh Hedayat, a prominent Iranian author. A man who is committing suicide in many ways but none work for him. When he sees his last attempt at killing himself did not work, he feels it was a miracle. He decided to start a new hopeful life, but then he is stuck with an unknown disease…
An advertisement “Taste Restaurant” which won an award for the best advertisement at the Ealing Hammersmith West London College.
Zardin Film production is a content creation company. The Company develops and produces Documentary & Fiction Film. Zardin Film was originally founded as Zardin Film Company in 2011 by Mahdieh Zardiny.
Zardin Film released its first film in July 2011, the short film “Buried alive” based on the true life story of Sadegh Hedayat an Iranian prominent author.
Zardin Film produced an advertisement “Taste Restaurant”, which won an award for the best advertisement at the Ealing Hammersmith West London College.
Zardin Film released Zardiny’s critically acclaimed World War II documentary drama, “Big Red J” as well as mid length documentary “Unknown destination” which was screened in the Cannes Corner film festival in France.
The company released Zardiny’s third documentary “An Iranian In Paris”, telling story of Mamad Haghighat an Iranian filmmaker. The documentary was successful in entering the Prades Film festival in France, and broadcasting in the Voice of America, the Tv Channel based in USA.
Zardin Film produced Zardiny’s first feature documentary film “Sardari’s Enigma”, discovering drama of an unknown Iranian consul “Abdol Hossein Sardari” who creatively made up a new description of “Djougouten” for the Jews in Paris to save them. This presents a question for German officials to debate among themselves. The documentary has been finalised by December 2016 and submitted to the Worldwide festivals.