Iran's Documentary and Experimental Cinema Development Center has produced a biographical documentary film based on the life of Iranian poetess Parvin E'tesami.
The film, which tries to present significant parts of E'tesami's life and her internal voice, is now closing to the end of the process.
Born in Tabriz in 1907, E'tesami was among the most prominent Persian poets of the 20th century. She graduated from Iran Bethel high school in 1924 and continued her studies at the American Girls College in Tehran.
Although E'tesami died at the age of 34, she managed to achieve great fame amongst Iranians with her social, humanitarian and mystical poems.
E'tesami's poetry follows the classical Persian tradition in both form and content.
She died from Typhoid fever in 1940 in Tehran and was buried in the city of Qom.