Cinema of the World

Until Tomorrow

Director : Ali Asgari
Country : Iran, France, Qatar
Language : Persian
Duration : 86 minutes
Year: 2022
Cinema of the World


Fereshteh has to hide her illegitimate baby for one night from her parents who turn up for a surprise visit. Her friend Atefeh helps her. They embark on an odyssey during which they must carefully weigh up who their allies are.

Ali Asgari


Ali Asgari was born in Tehran, Iran. He is a graduated of cinema in Italy. He is an alumnus of Berlinale Talent Campus 2013. Two of his short films “More Than Two Hours” 2013 and “The Silence” (co-directed by farnoosh samadi) 2016 were in Short Film competition at Festival De Cannes. His short film “The Baby” was premiered in competition of Venice Film Festival 2014. His short films were screened in more than 600 film festivals around the world including Sundance, BFI and Melbourne and won more than 150 international awards. “Disappearance” is his first feature film which was developed at Cinefondation La Residence of Festival De Canneshad its world and North American premiere in Venice Film Festival and Toronto Film Festival. He is a member of Academy of Oscar.


– Sadaf Asgari
– Ghazal Shojaei
– Amirreza Ranjbaran
– Nahal Dashti


– Director: Ali Asgari
– Producer: Raphaëlle Delauche, Niki Karimi, Nicolas Sanfaute
– Editor: Ehsan Vaseghi
– Writer: Ali Asgari, Alireza Khatami
– Dop: Rouzbeh Raiga
– Sound: Mahyar Salimi
– Music: Ali Birang, Javad Nazari


Winner-Mostra de València-Cinema del Mediterrani 2022(Best Film)
Winner-Rome MedFilm Festival 2022(Best Feature Film)
Winner-Zurich Film Festival 2022(Best International Feature Film)