NOW PLAYING: Morteza Farshbaf’s MOURNING and Nine Other Films to Watch–Everywhere!

Farshbaf fashions a consistently surprising and blackly comic road trip that may herald the arrival of a major new Iranian talent.“ -Institute of Contemporary Arts

The story: In the wake of his parents’ disappearance, a young boy is placed in the care of his deaf aunt and uncle who, during a road trip to Tehran, engage in a silent but apparently not-so-secret debate about the child’s future.

Iranian filmmaker Morteza Farshbaf’s master class on subtlety and sign language is now available for booking in your festival or theater, along with nine other award-winning and critically acclaimed films from the new Global Lens 2012 series.

Programmers and curators: View the 2012 lineup now on Festival Scope and email us at bookings@globalfilm.org to schedule the films today!

Film fans and enthusiasts: Read the list below and click on the map to find out where you can catch these fantastic films!

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NOW PLAYING: Fat, Short, Bald Man from Colombia and Nine Other Global Lens 2012 Films You Don’t Want to Miss!

¿Habla Español? Click here to watch the NY1 TV interview with director Carlos Osuna!

GLOBAL LENS 2012: Click on the map to find a screening near you!

The story: The prospects for a lonely middle-aged notary unexpectedly change after he joins a self-improvement group and his charismatic new boss—and strangely affable doppelgänger—takes an interest in his life.

First-time Colombian director Carlos Osuna’s charming rotoscope feature is now screening at locations across the U.S. and Canada, and is also available for booking in festivals or theaters, along with nine other award-winning and critically acclaimed films from the new Global Lens 2012 series!

Click here to see where these films are playing, or email us at bookings@globalfilm.org to schedule films today!

Continue reading NOW PLAYING: Fat, Short, Bald Man from Colombia and Nine Other Global Lens 2012 Films You Don’t Want to Miss!