Keivan Mohseni is an independent short film maker in Iran. He has made seven short and documentary films until now, and has been present in a lot of international festivals. He makes his films with small budgets and takes on the major responsibilities in filmmaking himself. The short documentary "Kayeh" and the short film "Out of This" are his acclaimed works in many festivals around the world.
Name: Keivan Mohseni
Lives in: Gerāsh, Iran
Company: Raytone Film
Occupation: Cinematographer, Director and Editor
Film (Short, Action, Drama and Thriller) Writer The film is based on true events, although the characters and the story are fictitious. In 2008 in Gerash, a small city in the south of Fars, Iran, a bogus company gained the trust of a wide range of small and big investors. A large part of these investments was never returned to the owners, resulting in a series of frantic conflicts between the investors and the shareholders. The story revolves around the character of Mohammad, one of the few core members who are involved in this wide monetary fraud. The setting of the story is a wedding ceremony which is on the verge of disruption because the bad news is going to explode any moment. Mohammad senses the danger and tries to salvage some of the cash he is still hiding. In Persian, BUG is an acronym for the equivalent words for 'The Economic Crisis of Gerash'.
Film (short) by Keyvanati film, Raytone film / Keivan Mohseni Jayghoub Abdullahi, Majid Rasti Everything happens at six sharp.
Out of This
Film (Short and Drama) Writer A flight of imagination eases a boy's sadness.
Film (Short and Drama) Writer In a small town in south Iran, the filmmaker follows his grandmother as she makes "kayeh", a traditional headscarf worn by infants. With wonderful moments of humor and honesty, "Kayeh" becomes an intimate story of family life.
NuKhu short film festival | Winner Best Sound Design for Out Of This
52th Arvand short film festival | Winner Grand Prize, Winner Best Edited for Six O'clock
7th Shiraz short film festival | Winner Jury Prize for Kayeh