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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.
Hong Kong box office becomes more diverse as releases slumped in 2020
The coronavirus outbreak caused a 72 percent slump in theatrical box office draw in Hong Kong last year. It also caused audiences in the city to embrace a more diverse selection of films, especially those from Asia.
125 years after cinema was born: Does it have a future?
The Lumière brothers organized the first film screening in Paris 125 years ago. Today, during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, cinemas are in danger of closing down.
“Cinéma Vérité a vital reference in regional documentary cinema”
Cinéma Vérité is considered as an important event in the international arena and an important reference in the regional documentary cinema, said Mohammad-Mehdi Tabatabaei-Nejad, the secretary of 39th edition of the Fajr Film Festival (FFF).
Philippine cinema offers Venice-themed pandemic escape
Some moviegoers in the Philippine capital, tired of lengthy COVID-19 restrictions, are opting for a taste of Venice, bobbing in front of the big screen in socially distanced gondolas.
Warner Bros. shifts ‘Mortal Kombat,’ ‘Tom and Jerry’ release dates
Warner Bros. shuffled around release dates for three of the studio’s upcoming movies: ‘Mortal Kombat,’ ‘Tom and Jerry’ and Hugh Jackman’s sci-fi drama ‘Reminiscence.’
Japanese festival to screen two Iranian films
Two Iranian films, ‘Sheep Will Devour Us,’ directed by Mostafa Rostampour and ‘Gando,’ directed by Teimour Qaderi, will participate in the third MEIHODO International Youth Visual Media Festival in Japan from December 23 to 30.
Christopher Nolan leads industry fury over Warner Bros' streaming move
‘Tenet’ director Christopher Nolan is leading a chorus of furious protest from the film industry over Warner Bros’ decision to release its entire 2021 slate in the US simultaneously in cinemas and on its streaming service HBO Max.
Poster of Martyr Avini Award unveiled
The poster of Martyr Morteza Avini Award was unveiled in an online format by acclaimed Iranian documentarian and artist Morteza Sha’bani.

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