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Tag Archives: Jafar Panahi

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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Abbas Kiarostami Obituary

  Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami (Persian: عباس کیارستمی) has died of cancer in a Paris hospital. He was transported there at the end of June for treatment and lost his battle on July 4th. Born in Tehran in 1940, Kiarostami was a film director, screenwriter, photographer and film producer. He also worked extensively as a film editor, art director, poet, ...

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A History of Iranian Cinema

An interview with Brad Deane, the Senior Manager, TIFF Cinematheque, regarding the “I for Iran Amir Ganjavie, Cultural Critics, Toronto- Canada First of all, I want to thank TIFF for organizing such a wonderful and timely program on Iranian cinema, which really demonstrates the festival’s openness to non-Canadian cultures. I’m curious to know why TIFF decided to organize a film series ...

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