The 35th edition of Tehran International Short Film Festival (TISFF) is underway in the Iranian capital, with the main goal of introducing the world’s best short films and creating a constructive competition between filmmakers from across the world.
Iranian actor and director Peyman Maadi has won the Best Director Award at the 6th Bosphorus (Boğaziçi) Festival of Istanbul for his movie “Bomb; a Love Story”.
Three Iranian features and a short film are going to be screened at various sections of the 32nd AFI Film Awards, which will be held in Los Angeles from November 8 to 15.
Australia’s cultural attaché says people of his country are much interested in visiting Iran and getting more familiar with the history, culture and civilization of the country.
Manijeh Hekmat, a prominent Iranian filmmaker, in her latest work “The Old Road,” has addressed the social problem of violence against women, at a time when the issue has turned into a matter of discussion for thinkers around the world.
Either for gaining more income or just for the sake of personal interest, celebrities in Iran – from football players to actors – nowadays have second jobs in various economic fields.
Two animated movies by Iranian directors are expected to be screened in two festivals in Italy and Russia.
A panel in charge of selecting Iran’s official submission to the Oscars has chosen the drama “No Date, No Signature” to represent the country in the Academy Awards’ Best Foreign Language Film section.
Iran hosted a three-day event during which a number of Chinese movies were screened as part of a plan to expand the two sides' cooperation in the film industry.
Ezzatollah Entezami, one of the most prominent actors of the Iranian cinema and theater, has passed away at the age of 94.