“Niushdaru” is a documentary film made by Manouchehr Anvar in 1964, apparently about the stages of serum production by Razi Institute in Iran. Although it appears to be a commissioned film by the Budget and Planning Organization about various medical tests such as cowpox, smallpox, and plague,” Niushdaru” has become one of the most important documentaries in the history of world cinema due to its unique structure. This documentary, which can be considered as one of the earliest docudramas in the history of cinema and a fully experimental documentary, was ignored and overlooked due to historical narrow-mindedness and foolishness at the time it should have been recognized and introduced, and Iran’s great opportunity to play a role in the history of cinema was missed.
Amirreza Salarieh restored and reintroduced the forgotten film to documentary and experimental cinema enthusiasts in the 1990s. Since then, various articles, books, screenings, and critique sessions have been held for this important film in the history of cinema. With 22 years of experience in various film production titles such as producing, directing, writing, cinematography, and editing, Amirreza Salari is the first producer of scientific, academic, and artistic video mapping in Iran, with more than 10 years of experience in this field in Day sun collection. He is also the recipient of UNESCO’s honorary diploma and the United Nations, Iran mall, and other organizations’ recognition.