Iranian short film 'Daily Massacre in Tehran' directed by Hessam Hamidi will be screened at Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in France.
Hamidi’s film to be screened at French festival
Iran’s animated short film ‘Rebel Hall’ is participating in the 8th Bakunawa Cinema of the Young in the Philippines.
Iran’s ‘Rebel Hall’ among entries to Philippine film event
Hopes that a few of last year’s biggest box-office hits, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and ‘No Time to Die,’ might join the best-picture Oscar race were dealt a blow on Thursday when several of Hollywood’s top guilds announced their film nominations.
Major guilds announce film nominees, clarifying Oscar field
When exquisite bronze figures began flooding the antiquities market in the late 1920s, nobody knew much about them. Artworks of people and animals, embossed bronze cups, and delicate pins thrilled dealers, who were awed by their beauty. Inquiries were made about their origins, but answers were somewhat vague. Rather than name a specific settlement or civilization, dealers would only indicate a region in the Zagros Mountains: Luristan (located in western Iran and known today as Lorestan).
Mystery of Luristan bronzes still puzzles archaeologists
An exhibition of handicrafts and photographs of tourist attractions of Iran was held in Pakistan’s northwestern city of Peshawar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province.
Pakistan exhibits Iranian handicrafts, tourist attractions
The Iranian short documentary film, ‘Four Pillars,’ directed by Mohsen Najafimehri has been vying at the 8th Bakunawa Cinema of the Young in the Philippines.
‘Four Pillars’ in the running at Bakunawa Young Cinema
Iranian short film ‘Grape Season’ is to be screened at the 4th Meihodo Int'l Youth Visual Media Festival (MIYVMF) in Japan.
‘Grape Season’ to arrive in Japan’s Meihodo festival

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