Sensitive Content

Sensitive Content

International Forum

Short Film Programme 2

COUNTRY: Germany YEAR: 2022 RUNTIME: 9 min

DIRECTED BY: Narges Kalhor




EDITOR: Narges Kalhor

SCORE: Philipp Hutter



Behind the “sensitive content”, behind this symbol of the crossed out eyes, in this Deep Blur, two real eyes have been erased by the violence in the Middle East. This Deep Blur video is about the eyewitnesses who don’t look away, who stay there, with their fainting eyes and their trembling hands, recording the “sensitive content.” They are risking their lives, fighting for visibility. But to what extent we in the West should deepen ourselves over these symbolic eyes, or consciously choose “hide Visibility”!

Narges Kalhor

Narges Kalhor was born in Tehran in 1984. She studied feature film directing at the Teheran Film School and Visual Communication at Kamalolmolk University. At the same time she worked as film editor and shot five short films. When she came from Iran to Nuremberg for the International Nuremberg Film Festival of Human Rights in 2009 with her system-critical short film DIE EGGE, she had to apply for political asylum in Germany. From 2010 to 2019, she studied in the Documentary Film and Television Journalism Department at the University of Television and Film Munich. Her graduation film IN THE NAME OF SCHEHERAZADE OR THE FIRST BEERGARDEN IN TEHERAN was screened at NIHRFF in 2021. At the moment Narges is working on her feature film debut.

Die Egge (2008), München-Teheran (2011), SHOOT ME! (2013), KAFAN (2014), Lavaschak (2015), In the Hills (2016), Gis (2016), In the Name of Scheherazade or the First Beergarden in Tehran (2019), Sensitive Content (2022)

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