The online border of the documentary Rome-Shahbazan, a documentary and non-mythical narrative of the Iranian National Railway, pilots.
According to ISNA, the description of this documentary states: “Iran’s national railway is a name that has received more and more attention these days due to its registration in the UNESCO World Heritage List.” Many technical challenges in crossing the Alborz and Zagros mountain ranges and the beautiful effects of the route that have been created due to its passage through different climates are the best features of Iran’s National Railway. The presence of companies and human resources this project was aiming for is not enough.
The documentary Rome-Shahbazan is based on a more detailed study of the remaining documents from companies and reports, project engineers, as well as field research along the national railway, relying on the introduction of unique features of this valuable industrial heritage.
In Rome-Shahbazan documentary, they cast aside the usual and sometimes undocumented narratives of the history of the Iranian Railway. The designers wanted to acquaint the audience with an aspect of this contemporary history. This aspect has been neglected for years behind fake narratives.
This valuable industrial heritage is indebted to the ideas and groups that stayed in this country for many years, far from their homeland, and gave this hard railway a human face. A face that you might have to get off the train to see and explore every corner of this 1394 km route.
This 50-minute Rome-Shahbazan documentary, based on the research of Mohammad Mohsenian, directed by Mohammad Reza Sahebi and produced by Narges Safari, has been shown online on the “Ha Shoor” website since September 25, coinciding with the 83rd anniversary of the inauguration of the Iran Sari Railway. Is.
The Iranian Railway entered the UNESCO World Heritage List on August 3, 2021, and was registered as the 25th World Heritage Site of Iran.