The documentary “The Yellow Tale” made it to the Kenya International Sports Film Festival
Art and Experience: “The Yellow Tale” by Mohammad Abedi made its way to the KISFF Kenya Sports Film Festival for its fourth international appearance.
According to the film’s public relations and media consultant, the Kenya Sports Film Festival, which is the only sports festival in Africa, was founded by the SAFINAZ Foundation under the management of Asif Karim, the champion of the Kenya International Cricket Team. The Kenya Sports Film Festival became a member of the International Federation of Television and Film Films last year and has continued to work with the aim of promoting art and culture in sports films. This is the fourth edition of the festival and this year is the second year that the festival is held virtually due to pandemic conditions, and during four days, 40 documentaries and movies will be screened at the festival. “The Yellow Tale” is an Iranian work present at the festival.
“The Yellow Tale” , directed and produced by Mohammad Abedi, will be screened for the jury and the audience of this festival in its fourth international presence in prestigious foreign festivals and will be judged in the competitive section.
The subject and structure of the film is a story of the fans of a football club (Dortmund, Germany) in Iran, who speak lovingly about their feelings towards this team and the place it has in their lives. Mohammad Abedi with a sociological and research look through his camera lens in 73 minutes has captured these narratives and the love that exists for this sports team.
The names of some of the stars in “The Yellow Tale” are:
Producer and Director: Mohammad Abedi,
Director of Photography: Hossein Alavi,
Editor: Mohammad Ali Shabani,
Composer: Parviz Davoodi,
Public Relations Manager and Media Consultant: Zahra Safaei
The international distribution of this film is directed by Minerva Film and directed by Elahe Goodarzi.
The 4th Kenya International Sports Film Festival will be held from October 28 to 31, 2021 in Nairobi, Kenya (KISFF). It is important to note that an Iranian judge, Leila Hosseini, is also present at the festival. John Simi Okomo; Film critic and actor from Kenya (chairman of the jury), Leila Hosseini (international expert and broadcaster from Iran), Amit Tiga (filmmaker and director of the Film School from India), Bijou Baranji (producer from India) and Taylor Sharp (producer and director from the United States) are the names of the jury of this festival.