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Moscow’s oldest cinema reopens after seven-year renovation
While many cinemas around the world are shut and face difficulties in the coronavirus pandemic, one is bucking the trend: Moscow’s Khudozhestvenny, a storied venue that hosted some of the first showings of Battleship Potemkin in 1926 and had Leo Tolstoy among in its audience.
Iran’s ‘No Fly Zone’ to hit Tunisian screens
The Iranian film, ‘No Fly Zone,’ directed by Amir Dasargar, is scheduled to hit Tunisian screens.
German cinema, distribution orgs unite to call for July 1 reopening
Germany’s five cinema and distribution organizations formed a united front to call for a July 1 reopening date for the country’s beleaguered theaters.
Iran to produce film on Hazrat Khadijah (PBUH)
Iran is set to produce a film on Hazrat Khadijah (PBUH), the wife of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
UK to hit ‘peak drive-in’ this summer as outdoor cinema bookings boom
The UK is on track to hit “peak drive-in” this summer with outdoor cinema bookings surging ahead of the lifting of restrictions on some COVID-safe gatherings next week.
UK audiences keen to return to cinemas post-lockdown, survey finds
The UK public is keen to return to cinemas, a survey found, with 59 percent of respondents citing the cinema as their most missed out-of-home entertainment activity.
Hybrid 2021 ASEAN Cinema Week to screen 15 films starting Friday
ASEAN Culture House, run by the Korea Foundation, will host the 2021 ASEAN Cinema Week, screening 15 films from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations member states, both in theaters and via online platforms from Friday to March 25.
Cinemas now hiring out their screens to gamers
Eui Jeong Lee and three of her friends sit in an otherwise empty 200-seat cinema auditorium and play a video game on the giant screen.
South African largest cinema group Ster-Kinekor, hit by COVID-19 curbs, files for bankruptcy
South Africa’s Ster-Kinekor, Africa’s largest cinema group, filed for voluntary bankruptcy, the firm said, citing losses due to COVID-19 and related restrictions prohibiting large gatherings in public spaces.
Three Iranian films garner Dhaka accolades
Three Iranian films received awards from the 19th Dhaka International Film Festival (DIFF) in Bangladesh, held January 16-24.
Theater, cinema, concerts thrive in Madrid despite virus
With entertainment venues shuttered across much of Europe, Spain stands out as a cultural oasis where people still go to the theater and cinema or watch concerts despite soaring infection rates.
Fajr Film Festival contributes to Iranian cinema development: Director
Iranian director Arash Anisi said Fajr Film Festival contributes to the development of Iranian cinema.

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