The Islamic revolution of 1979 banned female singers from appearing in public in Iran, stopping them from performing solo, unless to an exclusively female audience. But Sara Najafi is determined to fight back against the cruel ban.
“A moving doc fusing music with human rights.” – Hollywood Reporter
“… inspiring, enlightening, audience-friendly pick.” – Variet
It’s been illegal for Iranian women to sing in public since 1979. Sara Najafi, a brave young composer, defies this law in an attempt to stage a concert for solo female singers and restore a cultural heritage.
Part political thriller, part musical journey, No Land’s Song follows her struggle.