The main selection of films will unwind over a period of five days. Farsi, German, Dari, English, and Assyrian languages will be spoken. The movies cover the gamut of drama, comedy, animation and documentary.
- I (Me) – starring Leila Hamati and set in the underbelly of Tehran culture.
- Wednesday, May 9 – Director Vahid Jalivand provides a sweeping view of Iranian society while also playing a philanthropist giving away large sums of money.
- Lantouri – explores the relationship between crime victims and the perpetrators of said crimes. An eye for an eye becomes a metaphor.
- A Dragon Arrives (Ejdeha Vared Mishavad!) – oscillates between garish Iranian cinema of the 1960s and surrealism in the present day.
- Radio Dreams – documents the merger of Iranian heavy metal and American metal, on one side is Metallica and on the other Afghanistan’s premiere metal band Kabul Dreams.
- The Salesman (Forushande) – from acclaimed director Asghar Faradi comes a complicated narrative that demands the viewer take sides on an incident involving a stranger violating another person’s wife. The wife and her husband are involved in a local theatrical production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman.