The “Hasanlu Gold Bowl” was discovered about 60 years ago. It is one of Iran’s most prominent ancient artifacts and dates back 4000 years. The bowl is adorned with engravings of the triad of deities, including the gods of earth, water, and sun. About ten years after its discovery in Malayer in 1346, Mohammadreza Aslani added a modern and mythological visual narrative to the body of the bowl through an avant-garde film with beautiful prose. “Hasanlu Gold Bowl” was the first film that the late Mehrdad Fakhimi shot, but with the original film negative being lost, it was remade with a new perspective directed by Mohammadreza Aslani and cinematography by Amirreza Salari.
Amirreza Saları has a 22-year history of working in various aspects of film production, including producing, directing, screenwriting, cinematography, and editing in the field of cinema. He is the first producer of scientific, academic, and artistic video mapping in Iran with over 10 years of experience in this field. He has collaborated with Mohammadreza Aslani as a writer and Manoucher Anwar as a narrator. He has been honored with the UNESCO Diploma of Honor, the United Nations and Iran Mall Appreciation, among others. If you need any further edits, please provide more detailed information so that I can provide the best translation possible.