A Time for Drunken Horses (2000)

Time for Drunken Horses
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating None
Runtime 1hr 20mins.
Genres Drama, Foreign
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
  • CANNES: Bjork's No Dork!
    By: Fiona Ng Aug 16, 2001

    HOLLYWOOD, May 22, 2000 -- Cannes, after all, is not the Oscars. So it's no surprise when the big winners at the chi-chi film festival assume the largely unknown (to us) names of, uh, Lars von Trier and, er, Wong Kar-wai. Danish director von Trier's modern-day musical "Dancer in the Dark" nabbed the top prize, the Palm D'Or, for best feature as the 53rd Cannes Film Festival closed out its 12-day run Sunday. The film's first-time actress, Icelandic pop diva Bjork, took home the award for best act

  • 'Shadow' Cast Over Fort Lauderdale
    By: Kit Bowen Jul 31, 2001

    HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 14, 2000 -- With the closing night award ceremonies Sunday, the 15th Annual Fort Lauderdale Int'l Film Festival ended with an impressive slate of features, documentaries and short films. The festival, from Oct. 16-Nov. 12, saw attendance total 54,000 during the 28-day run. The sold-out Opening Night event Nov. 3 started with a conversation with indie filmmaker John Waters, followed by the U.S. premiere of "Il Cielo Cade (The Sky Is Falling)," directed by Antonio and Andrea Frazzi

  • Denzel Washington joins the ranks of actors-turned-directors
    By: Kit Bowen Apr 26, 2001

    Actor Denzel Washington has finally received the greenlight to direct his first feature film for Fox Searchlight studios, keeping up with the trend of actors wanting to take a stab behind the camera.

  • Smells Like Indie Spirit
    By: Fiona Ng Mar 19, 2001

    HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 11, 2001 -- You won't be hearing the name Steven Soderbergh at this year's Independent Spirit Awards. Instead, try Miguel Arteta, Darren Aronofsky and Kenneth Lonergan -- whose "Chuck & Buck," "Requiem for a Dream," and "You Can Count On Me," respectively, have nabbed a field-best five nominations each at the 16th Annual Independent Spirit Awards. "Chuck & Buck" -- the second full-length feature from Arteta -- was nominated for best feature under $500,000, screenplay, director, s

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Mehdi Darabi Sound Engineer n/a 120916 14000002
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Ali Reza Amini Assistant Director n/a 163 5000001
Kolssom Ekhtiar-Dini Actor n/a 1 1000005
Karim Ekhtiar-Dini Actor n/a 1 1000006
Mehdi Ekhtiar-Dini Actor Madi 1 1000004
Amaneh Ekhtiar-Dini Actor Ameneh 1 1000003
Roujin Younesi Actor Roujin 1 1000002
Rahman Salehi Actor n/a 1 1000007
Osman Karimi Actor n/a 1 1000008
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Bahman Ghobadi Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Bahman Ghobadi Director n/a 2 2000001
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Nezhad Ekhtiar-Dini Actor n/a 1 1000009
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Twelve-year-old Ayoub, the eldest boy in a family of six orphans, has become head of his household. Living in extreme poverty in the mountains of Iranian Kurdistan, Ayoub and his siblings must find whatever work they can to afford enough food to survive. But when Ayoub's handicapped brother Madi falls ill, the family must come up with the money for an operation. Ayoub takes a dangerous job, smuggling truck tires to Iraq through the mountains, to earn some of the money and his sister agrees to marry into a family that will help pay for the operation. But when Ayoub is given a mule instead of money as payment, he must struggle to sell the animal in Iraq.