One Land, Five Nations

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Children in the area of Faridan, Isfahan Province in Iran

One Land, Five Nations is a documentary (in two parts) by Mahmoud Shoolizadeh. It introduces the cultural and social and geographical life of the people in Faridan in Isfahan Province of Iran. In this region, five different Nations: Armenians, Lors, Georgian, Turkish and Persian are living peacefully together, celebrating their own languages, customs and cultures.

This film participated in The first short films festival in Tehran, Iran, where it became candidate for the best documentary film and best photography in 1990

Technical specifications and Film crew[edit]

Three Lori women in the area of Faridan, Isfahan Province in Iran

One Land, Five Nations

  • 16 mm, 45 & 35mins, Documentary in two parts, Iran, 1989
  • Researcher, Script writer and Director: Mahmoud Shoolizadeh,
  • Photograph: Mohammad Abedi,
  • Edit : marziyeh Soleymani,
  • Music: Saeed Sharifiyan
  • Producer: Javad Peyhani ( I.R.I.B, Isfahan )