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A man in a state of panic

Review on Mani Haghighi’s new movie; Pig (Khook) By Steven Yates Comedy in recent Iranian cinema and the various influences on its development and growth can be traced back to pre-Revolution commercial cinema (known as Film Farsi) as well as the traditional Iranian comic theatre known as Taqlid. Movie audiences consisted largely of people of the same social class as ...

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In the Year of the Iranian Pig

Berlinale 2018 Competition Steven Yates – Berlin The Berlinale Competition this year inspired responses ranging from dubious quality to wonderings why such films have been entered into this particular section, given its supposed criteria. One film that certainly comes to mind is Touch Me Not (since the beginning of this article the film went on to win the Golden Bear), ...

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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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خرسهایی که با ترامپ قهر بودند

گزارشی از جشنواره برلین ۲۰۱۷ مجید موثقی   سرانجام خرسهای برلیناله با تمام سرو صدایی که راه انداختند ساکت شدند و به جنگل  خود بازگشتند.آنکه حرف گوش کن تر بود طلا گرفت ، بقیه نقره و بچه خرسها دیگر کریستال! البته خرسهای این دوره درجریان سیاستهای روز جهان نیز قرار گرفتند،نگهبانِ  آنها « دیتر کاسلیک-Dieter Kosslick»  دبیرجشنواره با تاکید زیادی ...

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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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