|East Coast Premiere|
|Crew: ||Producers: Fayaz Bahram - Screenwriters: Fayaz Bahram
In an international show, children from different countries walk on the Stage...
Fayaz Bahram was born on 23,Sep,1989 in Ardabil,Iran.
As a child he showed a great interest in drawing and painting.
His only Habit in elementary school was pencil drawing. While in high school he started to use computer
software for drawing, painting and graphical arts as well.
Mean while he achieved several provincial and national awards.
Later on in 2007 he entered the collage and chose Architecture as his field of study.
In 2008 he made his first short film named ͞Dream Land͟ for a provincial festival and won the 3rd place
award for it.
Watching the film ͞About Eli͟ and knowing ͞the 100 film festival͟ , Bahram officially chose to became a
After that he made ͞mask͟ (2011) , ͞my green pencil͟ (2011) , ͞penalty͟ ( 2011) and ͞once upon a time
in earth͟ (2011).
His 4 films accepted in more than 50 festivals in all over the world and gets some awards like ͞ efebo
cortismi award from efebocorto festival – Italy for My Green Pencil ͞ , ͞ 2th prize for Penalty and 3rd
prize for My Green Pencil from Golden Diana Festival – Austria ͞ , ͞ Grand Prix for My Green Pencil from
thermaikos film festival – greec ͞
After many years photographing and editing especial effects in some movies, Fayaz Bahram has come
back with his new film, The Stage!
I was born at the end of an 8-year-old war in my country in 1989. The 8 years which many adults and
kids were killed in the borders.
But this was not the end! And the news of war mongering of men never stopped. From Palestine,
Bosnia, Myanmar, Afghanistan to Libya, Iraq, and nowadays in Syria and Yemen!
A dangerous game which religious and political men have started but the innocent kids, are the victims
of this dirty game with no pleasure!
The Stage is a symbol of the world, with the whole men and women, the world which is equal to
everyone at the first sight but it's not fair for all! And most of the people don't have the minimum right