The Tree That Remembers

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The Tree That Remembers
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Directed by Masoud Raouf
Music by Mark Goodwin
Eric LeMoyne
Cinematography Ali Reggab
Edited by Yurij Luhovy
Chaz Oliver
Distributed by Olive Films
Running time
50 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

The Tree That Remembers is a 2002 animated documentary by Iranian filmmaker Masoud Raouf, exploring the lives of former political prisoners like himself who had been active in the democratic movement during the days of the Shah of Iran, only to face imprisonment and torture under the Islamic regime after the 1979 Iranian revolution.[1][2]

Produced by the National Film Board of Canada, awards for the film included the Silver Award for Best Canadian Documentary at Hot Docs, as well as a Golden Sheaf Award for Best Social Documentary at the Yorkton Film Festival.[1]


  1. ^ a b "The Tree That Remembers". NFB Collections page. 2002. Retrieved 2009-04-03. 
  2. ^ Loreto, Frank (January 2003). "The Tree That Remembers". Canadian Materials. Winnipeg: Manitoba Library Association. IX (10). 

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