Dingomaro - Iran's Black South
Discover an unexpected side of Iran
Hamid Said, a famous black musician in Iran, is travelling by motorbike across the province of Hormozgan to organise a concert with the best black musicians in the country. Besides Persians, Indians, Arabs and Europeans, Iran's "black south" has been influenced primarily by the descendants of slaves and merchants from Africa. Although Shiites, they still hold Voodoo ceremonies. Said must overcome numerous hurdles. One such hurdle is his wife, who is completely against his plan.
Since his Internet hit Bad Shans (hard luck), Hamid Said has become one of the most famous black musicians in Iran. He's travelling by motorbike across the province of Hormozgan, which is situated in the South of the country on the Persian Gulf, in order to realise his dream - he wants to organise a concert with the best black musicians in the country. Filmmaker Kamran Heidari accompanies Hamid Said as he attempts to make his dream come true.
Length45' (ENG, GER, FRE)
Film byKamran Heidari, Dariusch Rafiy