Damascus Time (Persian: به وقت شام) is a 2018 drama movie by Ebrahim Hatamikia, Iranian director. The movie is about an Iranian pilot and his son as copilot, whose plane is seized by ISIS forces in Syria while carrying a cargo of humanitarian relief supplies to people in a war zone.
|Directed by||Ebrahim Hatamikia|
|Produced by||Mohammed Khazai|
|Written by||Ebrahim Hatamikia|
|Starring||Hadi Hejazifar |
Khaled El Sayed
Lath El Mofty
|Music by||Karen Homayounfar|
|Cinematography||Filmiran Film Company Production|
|Edited by||Mehrdad kHoshbakht|
Ali and Younes, play father and son pilots trying to rescue civilians besieged and attacked by ISIS forces in eastern Syria. The pilots have come to help the townspeople escape in an aging Ilyushin cargo plane.
Ebrahim Hatamikia was co-awarded the Crystal Simorgh for best director for directing "At Damascus Time". Mohammad-Ali Jafari, IRGC Chief-Commander, congratulated Hatamikia on receiving the Award. The movie won two other Crystal Simorghs for Best Composer, Best Sound Effect and holds the record of being nominated in eight categories.
Hejazifar, acting the role of an Iranian pilot in the Damascus Time, said that he was not satisfied with his performance in the movie. According to reports, later destinations of the film will be South Korea, Japan, Iraq and Lebanon.
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