By Sadeq Dehqan & Hamideh Hosseini
Iranian cinema capable of being globally screened
A prominent Iranian actor believes that Iran's film industry, which is independent and influential, can be "the sole alternative to US cinema".
Iran's cinema sole alternative to Hollywood
By Maryam Ja'fari-Hesarlou* -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- The Iranian drama 'Suitcase' was written by Farhad Aiish in Persian for East Bay Iranian-American Darvag company which he helped found in 1985. The drama is about the Iranian community in the Bay Area in the 1980s. Aiish has since returned to Iran where he works in theater, TV and films. The drama is a generally intriguing show, at times comic, evocative or affecting. The script is more influenced by Eugène Ionesco than Jean-Paul Sartre, a French playwright and novelist. But 'Suitcase' uses Ionesco's absurdism to illuminate the experience of being displaced. Iran Daily conducted an interview with Ramin Nasser Nassir, the Iranian actor, director, author who also works in the theater world. He stars in Aiish products.
Comparison between 'Suitcase' and absurd literature
By Fatemeh Shokri & Hamideh Hosseini
Iranian film market outlook rosy
By Fatemeh Shokri & Hamideh Hosseini
Iran rolls out red carpet for world-class auteurs
In an interview with Press TV, Massoud Shadjareh, the head of Islamic Human Rights Commission, has spoken about a decision by Myanmar’s parliament to elect a close aide and lifetime friend to the opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi as the next president of the country.
Myanmar Rohingya Muslims abandoned to own fate: Activist

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