A garden was established in the vicinity of the village of Ghordeh Vey in Shemiran, which was originally named “Niavaran” as a summer resort for Fath-Ali Shah Qajar. Later, it became known as “Niavaran”. The Niavaran Palace was designed by engineer Mohsen Foroughi during the reign of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi and served as the residence and office of the Shah for the last ten years of the Pahlavi era. After the 1979 revolution, the palace was turned into a museum. As a filmmaker, Amirreza Salari faced a major challenge in restoring and converting the palace into a museum, especially since Abbas Kiarostami had previously made a film about the restoration of the palace during the Pahlavi era. One of the unique features of Salari’s film is that it was made by a single filmmaker without a crew.
This project was produced by Day sun Company, one of the top content producers and 3D projection mapping (video mapping) implementers in Iran. The key features of this collection include continuity, storytelling, artistic content production, scientific and technological understanding of this new art, and precise and professional engineering execution. With 22 years of experience in various film production titles such as producing, directing, writing, cinematography, and editing, Amirreza Salari is the first scientific, academic, and artistic video mapping producer in Iran with more than 10 years of experience in Day sun Company. He is the recipient of UNESCO’s Honorary Diploma, United Nations and Iran Mall recognition, and more.