Updated on 3 December 2020: The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) has classified the film No Hard Feelings with the decision: ‘R21, To be Passed With Edits’. The film will not be allowed to be screened under any circumstance without said edits. Out of respect for the filmmakers and their creative autonomy over their work, the Asian Film Archive will not be making any attempts to edit the film and will hence be cancelling all five screenings scheduled from 12 December 2020 to 2 January 2020.
Be the first in Southeast Asia to see Iranian-German filmmaker Faraz Shariat’s vibrant debut feature film No Hard Feelings at Oldham Theatre this December.
SOUTHEAST ASIAN PREMIERE
Original Title: Futur Drei
Directed by: Faraz Shariat
Runtime: 92 minutes
Language: German and Farsi with English subtitles
TEDDY AWARD (BEST LGBTQ THEMED FILM)
Berlin International Film Festival 2020
GRAND JURY AWARD (OUTSTANDING SCREENWRITING IN AN INTERNATIONAL FEATURE)
L.A Outfest 2020
Saturday, 12 December, 8pm
Sunday, 13 December, 4pm
Saturday, 19 December, 4pm
Friday, 25 December, 8pm
Saturday, 2 January, 8pm
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Making its Southeast Asian premiere, Faraz Shariat’s vibrant debut feature No Hard Feelings is a partly autobiographical story following second-generation Irani-German Parvis as he meets, befriends and develops a complex relationship with a pair of Irani siblings at a refugee centre.
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