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مهاجران ایرانی، رویدادهای کانادایی، در مجله تیتر

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اهداء خون مردم برای زلزله‌زدگان کرمانشاه

گزارش تصویری اختصاصی از تهران پایگاه های انتقال خون شهر تهران و سازمان صلیب سرخ از ساعات اولیه روز دوشنبه، با حضور پرشور مردم برای اهداء خون و ملزومات اولیه برای زلزله زدگان کرمانشاه مواجه شدند. عکس ها از محسن صیرفی / آژانس NVP After a massive earthquake in Iran , Iranians rushed to provide aid to the vast demolished ...

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عاشورا در خرم آباد

مراسم عاشورا در شهر خرم آباد. Kharrah mali, or ‘mud rubbing’, is a ritual that is held in Iranian city of Khorramabad every year to commemorate the death of the prophet Muhammad’s grandson Hussein ibn Ali in AD680 (AH61 in the Islamic calendar). Shia Muslims roll over in mud and dry themselves by gathering around the bonfires before flagellating themselves ...

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دومین کارگاه آژانس عکس NVP در تهران

 دومین کارگاه آژانس عکس NVP در تهران زیر نظر پویان طباطبایی برگزار شد. به گزارش مجله تیتر، این کارگاه با نام “عکاسی در جهان معاصر” زیر نظر پویان طباطبایی و در موسسه آموزشی هیلاج به مدت دو روز برپا شد. روز اول کارگاه درباره عکاسی خبری و مستند و همچنین تولید رپرتاژ برای رسانه های بین المللی بحث و گفتگو ...

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Remedy For Homesickness

Short note on Tirgan Festival, 2017 Marcel Gerou Every other summer, and for the last ten years, beneath the majestic Toronto skyline, a wonderful festival takes place. I confess, I wasn’t aware about its importance until recently. I’m happy to have attended this year, and my understanding of this rich culture is better for it. Make no mistake, it’s a ...

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Tirgan; Iranian Spices

Photo story on last day of Tirgan Festival 2017 Photo Credit: Marcel Gerou And finally 4 days of electric Persian cultural festival arrived to its last station. We have to say that Without any doubt, the highlight of the last day was an exquisite workshop of: Persian Plate Redefined By Chefs Zaré and Hamid Salimian.

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Tirgan, Hat’s off to you

Photo Reportage of Tirgan Festival’s Third Day Another remarkable day at Harbourfront Center, packed with Iranian diaspora whom gathered from Canada, USA and some European Countries. Photo Reportage by Marcel Gerou

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Persian Diaspora at Tirgan

Photo Reportage of Second day at Tirgan 2017 The weekend has begun and the Persian diaspora of Canada have begun to gather for the festivities! Little by little the Queens Quay is beginning fill with happy faces. We hope to see you all over the weekend. Photo Credit Marcel Gerou

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Electric Night at Tirgan

Photo Reportage of the Opening ceremony of Tirgan Festival in Toronto Thursday night, August 27th, 2017;  was the opening night of the Tirgan festival here in Toronto! Tirgan is the largest festival in the world that is exclusively dedicated to Iranian culture. It features a plethora of events ranging from the performance and musical arts all the way to food. ...

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Life and Nothing More

Short Note For Abbas Kiarostami Suddenly there was a buzz, hardly opening my eyes. Bedroom glowing from my cellphone’s blue light. Looking at the screen, Kiarostami is gone. I needed few more seconds to digest the news. rapidly Checking the news feed, yes, he is really gone. Dumping my heavy body back to bed. Looking to the nothingness, darkness and ...

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Warming up for the concert

Photo By Pooyan Tabatabaei First rehearsal of Reza Yazdani’s Canadian band in Toronto. They are getting ready for their Canadian Tour. May 19 Toronto. May 21 Montreal- May 28 Vancouver Behrooz Paygan , Reza Moghaddas, Nima Ahmadieh and Elyar Khosravi

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Azar Faramarzi: Young, Talented, Versatile and Prolific

In just five short years, Iranian filmmaker Azar Faramarzi has completed two short documentaries and four short films, the latter ones consistently looking at social aspects of everyday life, focusing on injustices while refraining from making any political commentary. Born in the capital, Tehran, the young Iranian actress, producer and director graduated in Film and TV Direction from Symbiosis International ...

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Canadian Minister visited Parya

The Hon. Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs visited Parya Trillium Foundation on Friday March 24, 2017. During her visit to Parya she was updated about the dedication and success of Iranian community in different aspects of the life in Canada.  She was very impressed by the activities and services are providing by Parya to community in large as ...

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The 67th Berlinale
Iran and the Surreal Case of Suitcase-Gate

  Apparently, the most looked-up word in the online version of the Merriam-Webster Dictionary in 2016 was “surreal”. This was an appropriate choice despite events last year being no more surreal than recent years. However, with the shock election of Donald Trump in the U.S. Presidential Elections of November 2016, a new paranoia in world politics emerged overnight. The Berlin ...

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Dhaka Film Festival 2016

Dhaka International Film Festival (DIFF) is an annual film festival held in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Established in 1992, the festival was initially organized on annual basis, but became a biennial event since 1995 and last year with the help and support of the Foreign minister of Bangladesh once again became an annual event. DIFF is one of the most prestigious film ...

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Who Is Right?

A short note on « Death in Sarajevo » ,  screened at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) Take 8 Sarajevo-born Bosnian film director, producer and screenwriter Danis Tanovic has hardly put a foot wrong since having directed and written the script for his debut feature film No Man’s Land in 2001 which, amongst many numerous festival awards globally, won him ...

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