THE BOAT NO. 5

Directed by Reyhane Kavosh

Filmmaker Reyhane Kavosh’s THE BOAT NO. 5 is a young Iranian girl relishes the wondrous sights spent boating out on the lake with her parents, but grows disheartened when they move to the city. How can she recapture these fleeting memories gone past?

THIS FILM IS AVAILABLE ON DEMAND. 

About the Filmmaker: As recipient of the Best TV Animation award from the 9th Tehran Animation Biennial and the Best Director award from the International Children’s Festival, Reyhane Kavosh is dedicated to directing animation shorts. Some of her works include “Wooden Flowers,” “Crow’s Nest,” “Persian Cats,” “Morning,” “The Sun,” and “I’m a Penguin,” as well as the animation series “One Thousand & One Tales,” which spans over 80 episodes and is co-directed by Ali Raeis. Reyhane studied Graphic Design at the Conservatory of Fine Arts and also Digital Arts at the School of Radio and Television.

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