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Iran’s female filmmaker Abyar holds masterclass in Scotland
Iran’s well-known female filmmaker Narges Abyar held a virtual masterclass in Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh.
Message of acclaimed German filmmaker Werner Herzog to Cinéma Vérité: ‘I love Iran’
The German film director, screenwriter, author, actor, and opera director and a member of New German Cinema, Werner Herzog, in a message to the 14th Iran International Documentary Film Festival, known as Cinéma Vérité, said, “I love Iran.”
Iranian filmmaker picked for Slovakia’s Golden Beggar
Iranian filmmaker Saman Hosseinpour was selected as a member of the jury at the 26th edition of the International Film Festival Golden Beggar in Slovakia, slated for October 21-25.
Iranian filmmaker Armin Ebrahimi to be member of jury in Armenia
Iranian filmmaker Armin Ebrahimi is selected as a jury member of the 2020 Fresco International Film Festival in Armenia, which will be held from August 23 to 30.
Iran filmmaker Zohreh Zamani to join jury at Indian fest
Iranian female filmmaker Zohreh Zamani was invited to join the jury panel at the Eternal Ray, COVID-19 LockDown Short-Film Challenge in India.
Gene Deitch, Oscar-winning animator, filmmaker, dies at 95
Gene Deitch, an American Oscar-winning illustrator, animator, film director and producer has died at the age of 95.
‘Wallet’ of Iranian filmmaker wins Mobile Film Festival’s Grand Prize
Iranian film ‘Wallet’ by Fatima Nofely won the International Grand Prize of Mobile Film Festival (MFF) Award worth Euro 20,000.
Iran filmmaker appointed referee of Slovakia festival
Iranian filmmaker Saman Hosseinpour was chosen as referee of the 25th Art Film Fest in Slovakia.
Iranian filmmaker Mirkarimi calls for launching Asian Film Academy
Iranian filmmaker, director of Iran’s Fajr International Film Festival, Reza Mirkarimi, suggested the establishment of Asian Film Academy to boost the ties between Asian filmmakers in general and Iranian and Chinese directors in particular.
Brazil’s ‘The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão’ wins Cannes Un Certain Regard award
Brazilian filmmaker Karim Aïnouz emerged triumphant in Un Certain Regard awards of the Cannes festival, as his grand-scale period melodrama, ‘The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão,’ received the top prize from jury president Nadine Labaki. The ‘Capernaum’ director and her fellow jurors demonstrated eclectic taste in the ceremony, ultimately handing honors to eight of the 18 feature films competing in the festival’s second most high-profile showcase.
Iran to pay tribute to filmmaker Morteza Avini
Several programs will be held to mark the 26th martyrdom anniversary of documentary filmmaker Morteza Avini (April 9) which is known as the Day of Islamic Revolution Art.

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