Crushing Stones

Negin Vaziri | USA | 2010 | 5 mins

Synopsis

Covered by a veil or uncovered, this film explores humiliation as part of the female experience. This film is part of three installations & performances by Negin Vaziri.

Crushing Stones was an official selection of the 2011 WVN Online Film Festival.

About the Filmmaker

Negin Vaziri is a photographer and set designer born in Iran and studied theatre at the Cinema and Theatre University of Tehran. In 1999, she immigrated to Venice, Italy, where she attended the Academy of Fine Arts and studied the intersection between photography and set design. Her work is informed by exploring the definition of feminine reality in both an artistic and social capacity.

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