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  • 12 April 2015 at 13 : 08 PM

    Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, Daily Bulletin, Interview with Bahman Maghsoudlou—English

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    Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, Daily Bulletin, Interview with Bahman Maghsoudlou—English

     

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  • 12 April 2015 at 13 : 21 PM

    Ta’zieh; (A Short Synopsis)

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    Ta’zieh; (A Short Synopsis)

    Ta’zieh is one of the oldest traditions of theater in Iran. It is a form that combines Islamic fact and fiction with ancient Iranian ritual. Tazieh resembles the ancient Iranian sacred mourning ritual that exalts mythological heroes. Over the centuries it has evolved into a passion play, featuring the life, tribulations, and death of Imam […]

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  • 12 April 2015 at 12 : 03 PM

    Parviz Jahed’s Bio / Filmography

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    Parviz Jahed’s Bio / Filmography

    – Born in 1960, Ghaemshahr, Iran. – Educated in film directing at the Islamic Center Of Filmmaking Education – Bachelor of Arts in the field of Dramatic Literature from the University of Tehran – Masters of Arts in the field of Cinema from the University of Art (Faculty of Cinema and Theatre) – Member of […]

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  • 12 April 2015 at 12 : 39 PM

    The Suitors—Cannes Film Festival, 1988

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  • 12 April 2015 at 11 : 21 AM

    Manhattan By Numbers

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  • 12 April 2015 at 10 : 40 AM

    Amir Naderi; Images Bitter & Sweet

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    Iranian Period: 1971-1986 by Bahman Maghsoudlou Iranian film director and writer Amir Naderi’s rise to prominence has not only provided him with the recognition that his powerful cinema richly deserves, but it has also helped shed light for world audiences on an almost “closed society”. His success has helped open new frontiers for other Iranian […]

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  • 12 April 2015 at 10 : 08 AM

    Manhattan By Numbers: True Grit And An Orwellian Spirit

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    by Andrew Sarris The New York Observer, November 1994 New York – Amir Naderi’s Manhattan By Numbers manages to become a mesmerizing quest for meaning simply by projecting Manhattan into the foreground and its narrative in the background. Is this the city (or, rather, the borough) that launched a thousand dreams? Hardly. Mr. Naderi is […]

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  • 12 April 2015 at 10 : 50 AM

    Amir Naderi’s Filmography

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    1970- Khoda Hafez Rafiq (Goodbye Friend). 1971- Tangna (Impasse). 1973- Tangsir, Winner Best Male Actor Award, New Delhi Film Festival, 1975. 1973- Saz Dahani (Harmonica). 1974- Entezar (Waiting), Winner Jury Award, Cannes, 1975; winner, Golden Plaque, Virgin Islands, 1975. 1975- Marsiyeh (Elegy), Released in 1978. Winner, Special Jury Prize, San Remo Film Festival, Italy, 1978. […]

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  • 12 April 2015 at 10 : 51 AM

    Naderi On Naderi

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    by Bahman Maghsoudlou   Becoming A Filmmaker: “The couple of movies I made in the beginning of my work were in fact rooted in my love for cinema and filmmaking and the films I had seen and the filmmakers I had admired. This kind of incentive for making films comes to an end at some […]

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  • 12 April 2015 at 10 : 36 AM

    Seven Servants—Locarno Film Festival, 1996

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