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Popular TV drama flouts Iran’s Islamic taboos - France24 (April 20, 2016) Award-winning filmmaker denied entry into NZ - The Wireless (April 18, 2016) ‘Fahrenheit 451’ Movie in the Works at HBO From ’99 Homes’ Director - The Wrap (April 12, 2016) Iranian film wins top prize at Full Frame festival - News & Observer (April 10, 2016) Review: 'Fireworks Wednesday,' a Domestic Drama From Iran - NY Times (March 15, 2016) Playing on the big screen this Iranian new year – in pictures - TB (March 15, 2016) Dia Mirza Signs Indo-Iranian Film, Says She's Receiving Lots of Love - NDTV (March 12, 2016) 'Star Trek Beyond' Gets Major Boost With Addition Of Amazing Actress Shohreh Aghdashloo - Inquisitr (March 12, 2016) Film Review: ‘Lantouri’ - Variety (March 1, 2016) Fox Greenlights Middle Eastern Family Comedy Pilot Starring Nasim Pedrad as Teenage Boy - Varitey (February 11, 2016) Oscar-winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi's new film will examine family violence - SBS (February 3, 2016) 'The Birth of a Nation' and 'Sonita' among big winners at Sundance awards - Salt Lake Tribune (January 30, 2016) Meet Rokhsareh Ghaemmaghami - 'Sonita' - Indiwire (January 22, 2016) Babak Anvari talks 'Under The Shadow' - Screen Daily (January 21, 2016) Abbas Kiarostami Unveils Compilation Project, '24 Frames Before and After Lumiere' - Variety (December 10, 2015) Iranian filmmaker comes to Christchurch - Stuff (November 20, 2015) Cinema Italian Style: Premiere of Non Essere Cattivo (Don't Be Bad) - LA (November 12, 2015) Non Essere Cattivo (Don't Be Bad) Press Conference - LA (November 11, 2015) Iran's Film Industry Hopes Nuclear Deal Will Help Open Up Biz Internationally - Variety (October 30, 2015) Homeland star Nazanin Boniadi hits back at 'racism' claims - Evening Standard (October 26, 2015) Majidi's 'Muhammad' to represent Iran at the Oscars - Press TV (September 26, 2015) Iran Shortlists 10 Films as Potential Oscar Submissions - Indiwire (September 25, 2015) Jafar Panahi, Iranian Filmmaker, Persists Despite a Ban - NY Times (September 24, 2015) Iran making film on 175 martyred military divers - Press TV (September 24, 2015) Septembers of Shiraz review – who can overact the most, Salma Hayek or Adrien Brody?- The Guardian (September 18, 2015) The Messenger of God film by Majid Majidi - Press TV Video (August 27, 2015) 14 Films That Have Been Banned in Iran Since 2007 - Global Voices (August 21, 2015) Spotlight on Iran's film industry - BBC Video (August 20, 2015) Middle Eastern 'gunmen' sweep through the streets of London as actors recreate the Iranian Embassy siege for new film 6 Days - Daily Mail (August 9, 2015) Locarno: Iranian Team Behind 'Paradise' Talks 'Violence in Daily Life' - Variety (August 6, 2015) Zurich Film Festival to spotlight Iran - Screen Daily (July 29, 2015) Morgan Freeman and Jack Black back Iran nuclear deal for fear of becoming 'super dead' - The Guardian (July 29, 2015) Iran, and Then I Biked - Source Weekly (July 15, 2015) LAFF: The premiere of Seoul Searching - LA (June 17, 2015) LAFF: Interview with Negin Farsad on the making of 3rd Street Blackout - LA (June 15, 2015) LAFF: The premiere of In her Place - LA (June 15, 2015) LAFF: The premiere of Aram, Aram - LA (June 14, 2015) LAFF: Atomic Heart - LA (June 13, 2015) Al Pacino's Producer on Iran Nuclear Deal's Possible Effect on Film Industry - Variety (June 1, 2015) From Cannes: "Nahid" a Powerful Representation of Iranian Society - Harvard Crimson (May 20, 2015) The skateboarding Iranian vampire diaries - The Guardian (May 7, 2015) "About Elly": A masterful thriller - and a portrait of Iran's conflicted middle class - Salon (April 8, 2015) Iran Seeking To Attract More International Movies And Film Execs With Reconfigured Fajr Film Fest - Variety (April 7, 2015) TCM Film Festival: Conversation with Sophia Loren - Hollywood (March 29, 2015) TCM Film Festival: Conversation with Shirley Mac Laine - Hollywood (March 29, 2015) TCM Film Festival: Christopher Plummer Tribute - Hollywood (March 27, 2015) TCM Press Conference - Hollywood (March 25, 2015) Rocking the casbah: the gig of a lifetime that put Iranian women back on stage - The Guardian (March 16, 2015) Iranian film retrospective highlights difficulty in producing art under a religious regime - National Post (March 5, 2015) Film Review: 'Atom Heart Mother' - Variety (March 4, 2015) Sean Penn's green card gag falls flat, but was it just a joke between friends?Hamid Naficy Lecture - Gallery (January 30, 2006) UCLA Iranian Film Festival (Gallery) Reviews: Portrait of a Lady Far Away - UCLA Iranian Film Festival (January 27, 2006) Honoring Iranian cinema at UCLA - Daily Bruin (January 13, 2006) 16th Annual Celebration of Iranian Cinema - UCLA (January 13 - February 11, 2006) Iran 'crackdown on foreign films' - BBC (October 20, 2005) Filmmaker Cyrus Kar Lecture - Gallery (October 16, 2005) Film Director Kayvan Mashayekh, San Diego - Gallery (September 4, 2005) Yassamin Maleknasr at Film Society in Santa Monica - Gallery (August 28, 2005) Swiss honour for Iranian director - BBC (August 8, 2005) Children get must-see movie list - BBC (July 20, 2005) The Iranian star of 24 thought hard before taking the role - The Age (July 14, 2005) Unveiled Reviews US film-maker free from Iraq jail - BBC (July 10, 2005) Iranian Immigrant Produces Movie About Omar Khayyam - VOA News (July 5, 2005) | The Keeper Persian Poet Omar Khayyam Inspires New Iranian-American Film - Washington File (July 5, 2005) Director of Banned Iranian Film Gets Unlikely Job - NPR (May 25, 2005) Documentary about Iranian-American Women and Sex - UCLA (May 24, 2005) Abbas Kiarostami 'in Conversation' with Ahmad Karimi Hakak and Geoff Andrew - London (May 11, 2005) Abbas Kiarostami workshop, 2 - Iran's top director lauded in London - BBC (April 29 2005) Iran unyielding over director ban - BBC (April 28, 2005) Abbas Kiarostami: Image, Voice and Vision - London (29 April - 1 May, 2005) A short film by Goli Omidvar in cinema 'la clef' in Paris (April 1, 2005) Iran: Prize-Winning Documentary Exposes Hidden Side Of Iranian Society - RFE (March 25, 2005) Aghdashloo clocks fame on '24' - USA Today (March 21, 2005) A Poet Who Pointed the Way to a New Iran - Washington Post (March 12, 2005) Playing Against (Stereo)type - NY Times (January 23, 2005) Kiarostami will preside over the "Camera d'Or" jury - BBC Persian (January 20, 2005) Turtles Can Fly - The Guardian (January 7, 2005) 'These are the people we never see on TV' - The Guardian (January 6, 2005) 'I come from a land of untold stories' - Telegraph (December 28, 2004) Iranian film wins Indian honour - BBC (December 10, 2004) Boof-e-Koor (The Blind Owl) debuts - BBC Persian (December 9, 2004) | Niloufar Beyzaei Kiarostami honored at film festival - BBC Persian (November 27, 2004) | Festival des 3 Continents Duel debuts in Kabul and Tehran - BBC Persian (November 25, 2004) | Official Site Iranian director turns lens on India - BBC (November 19, 2004) Alexander is back - The Iranian (October 27, 2004) The Lizard - The Guardian (October 25, 2004) Hero director gets Oscars entry - BBC (October 22, 2004) Bridging the Gulf - The Guardian (September 27, 2004) Iraqi tale wins at San Sebastian - BBC (September 25, 2004) Iranian Director's Film Wins Spanish Festival Top Prize - VOA News (September 25, 2004) Iran's judiciary plans to 'detoxify' film industry - AFP (September 21, 2004) An Interview with Mania Akbari, director of "20 Fingers" - BBC Persina (September 18, 2004) At Five in the Afternoon - The Guardian (September 17, 2004) The man who lost his past - The Guardian (September 6, 2004) Interview: Shirin Neshat, photographer and film maker - New Zealand Herald (August 25, 2004) Lost in transit - The Guardian (August 1, 2004) Spielberg spins the tale of the prisoner of Paris airport - The Guardian (july 27, 2004) Paradise Is Somewhere Else - The Guardian (July 23, 2004) The Lizard: Iran in the cinema's gaze - Open Democracy (July 22, 2004) Faces up to Afghan life - The Age (July 22, 2004) Joy of Madness - The Guardian (July 16, 2004) Film Documentary Captures Optimistic Spirit of Afghanistan - Washington File (July 8, 2004) Behind 'The Terminal,' a true story - CS Monitor (June 21, 2004) "The Keeper: The Legend of Omar Khayam - The Iranian (June 18, 2004) Blood wedding - The Observer (June 13, 2004) 'They want us to emigrate' - The Guardian (June 10, 2004) Lizard director stays with religion - BBC (June 9, 2004) Iranian movie director wins Praemium Imperiale prize - Japan Times (June 8, 2004) Iran 'anti-cleric' film to hit US - BBC (May 26, 2004) Anti-Bush film tops Cannes awards - BBC (May 22, 2004) Gavkhooni debuts at the Cannes Film Festival (May 20, 2004) Iranian filmmaker: Culture, art are key to democracy - Daily Star (May 18, 2004) Curtain falls on Iranian comedy - The Guardian (May 17, 2004) Iran 'anti-cleric' film withdrawn - BBC (May 15, 2004) Amir-Yousefi's "Bitter Dream," debuts at the Cannes Film Festival - BBC Persian (May 15, 2004) Kiarostami at the Cannes Film Festival - BBC Persian (May 14, 2004) Iran blocks new Makhmalbaf film - The Guardian (May 13, 2004) Row builds over Iran cleric film - BBC (May 11, 2004) Director accuses Iran of film ban - BBC (May 6, 2004) Call for ban on film that mocks Iran's - Telegraph (May 6, 2004) 'Passion' to Be Screened in Iran - BBC Persian (April 29, 2004) Film mocking the mullahs is a hit in Iran - The Guardian (April 28, 2004) Cleric flick captivates Iran - BBC (April 26, 2004) Marmoulak debuts in Tehran - BBC Persian (April 23, 2004) It's a family affair - The Independent (April 18, 2004) "The Cinema of Exile" debuts in Paris - BBC Persian (April 10, 2004) Iran's very own Coppola family - Telegraph (April 9, 2004) Beyond words - The Guardian (April 2, 2004) A Straphanger Fills in the Blanks (Review: Marathon)- NY Times (April 2, 2004) Noises Off: Seeking Solace in the Ambient Sounds of the City - Village Voice (March 29, 2004) Interview: Shohreh Aghdashloo - BBC (March 9, 2004) Interview: Shohreh Aghdashloo - BBC Persian | Audio Iranian artists fear throwback to days of censorship - CS Monitor (March 4, 2004) Iranian Films Warmly Received in American Theaters - Washington File (March 4, 2004) In Depth: 2004 Oscars - BBC (March 1, 2004) Translation captures Spirit awards - BBC (February 29, 2004) Afghan Film "Osama" Depicts Taliban Tyranny Against Women - Washington File (February 13, 2004) Aghdashloo's appeal for understanding - BBC (February 12, 2004) In Iran, nightclubs are banned and concerts are rare, but movies abound.- San Francisco Chronicle (February 10, 2004) Iran's Most Wanted: Filmmakers - Wired News (February 6, 2004) The Siren Song of 'Crimson Gold' - Washington Post (February 6, 2004) Kiarostami's new digital film "Mahtab" - BBC Persian (February 3, 2004) 22nd Fajr Film Festival (February 1, 2004 - February 11, 2004) Oscars' global reach touches two actresses - USA Today (January 28, 2004) Actress in a supporting role: Shohreh Aghdashloo - 76th Annual Academy Awards Shohreh Aghdashloo is nominated for best supporting actor in House of Sand and Fog - BBC Persian (January 27, 2004) Oscar's year of global surprises - BBC (January 27, 2004) Rings dominates Oscar nominations - BBC (January 27, 2004) Afghan film collects Golden Globe - BBC (January 26, 2004) Through the dark black smoke of war - The Guardian (January 16, 2004) Made in Iran - Daily Bruin (January 15, 2004) Death of a pizza salesman - CS Monitor (January 16, 2004) A Deliveryman's Desperation as a Window on Iran - NY Times (January 16, 2004) The Invisible Man - Village Voice (January 14, 2004) Iranian filmmakers are living with censorship - Iranian filmmakers are living with censorship (January 12, 2004) Meet the Iranians - Washington Post (January 9, 2004) Highly Recommended: 10 Great Iranian Films - Washington Post (January 9, 2004) Films From Iran, Free at the Freer - Washington Post (January 9, 2004) Two Influential Directors - Washington Post (January 9, 2004) Living With Censorship - Washington Post (January 9, 2004) Kiarostami Festival in Paris - BBC Persian (January 7, 2004) From Iran to California to 'House of Sand and Fog' (Interview with Shohreh Aghdashloo) - NY Times (January 4, 2004) Acclaimed Hollywood Film Focuses on Iranian-American Family - Washington File (January 2, 2004) Kiarostami receives Honorary Doctorate degree - BBC Persian (December 20, 2003) To film 'Fog,' novelist enlisted a novice - CS Monitor (December 19, 2003) Two Flawed People, Divided by a House - NY Times (December 19, 2003) Letter-Imperfect Melodrama Just Can't Push The Envelope - Village Voice (December 17, 2003) Finding Ancient History (In Town) and Modern Conflicts (On Screen) In Thessaloniki - Indiwire (December 8, 2003) Silence of the Sea debuts in Mannheim Film Festival - BBC Persian (December 3, 2003) Scott Rudin set to make film on Iran crisis - The Advocate (November 27, 2003) B. student opts out of films - (November 23, 2003) House of Sand and Fog - Yahoo Movies (November 21, 2003) House of Sand and Fog - BBC Review Shohreh Aghdashloo's bio and images (House of Sand and Fog) House of Sand and Fog This year's NYFF is a decidedly mixed bag of tricks - (November 2003) Kiarostami wins the Konrad Wolf film award - BBC Persian (November 17, 2003) Guardian's list of the world's 40 best directors - BBC Persian (November 14, 2003) The world's 40 best directors - The Guardian (November 14, 2003) Bearing witness to the struggles of modern-day Iran - (November 9, 2003) To Kiarostami or Not To Kiarostami: Iranian Cinema in Transition at Chicago's 14th Festival of Films From Iran - Indiwire (November 5, 2003) Parviz Shabazi's Deep Breath - BBC Persian (November 1, 2003) Hanna Makhmalbaf's Joy of Madness - BBC Persian (October 27, 2003) London Film Festival opens show-casing five Iranian films - BBC Persian (October 22, 2003) Palestinian film joins Oscar race - BBC (October 21, 2003) Iranian film is golden at festival - Chicago Sun-Times (October 13, 2003) Slice With Extra Desperation for Pizza Deliveryman in Tehran - NY Times (October 13, 2003) Iranian Film 'Crimson Gold' Makes N. Debut - NPR (October 13, 2003) Iranian director's driving desire - BBC (October 4, 2003) Interview with Dariush Mehrjui - BBC Persian (October 3, 2003) Bahram Beyzai's 1001 Nights - BBC Persian (September 29, 2003) Interview with Babak Payami, director of Silence Between Two Thoughts - WSWS (September 24, 2003) Jafar Panahi: Home of the brave - The Independent (September 19, 2003) An interview with Jafar Panahi, director of Crimson Gold - WSW (September 17, 2003) Stand and deliver - The Gurardian (September 14, 2003) Crimson Gold - The Guardian (September 12, 2003) Jafar Panahi: It's the Iranian 'Taxi Driver' - The Independent (September 8, 2003) Public enemy - The Guardian (September 2, 2003) Censors cast shadow over Venice - The Guardian (September 1, 2003) Fourteen-year-old Iranian wows the Venice Film Festival - BBC (August 30, 2003) Director, 14, 'too young' to go to her own premiere - The Guardian (August 29, 2003) Crimson Gold makes its London debut - BBC Persian (August 25, 2003) Risking all to show Western films - BBC (August 19, 2003) The beast of Mashhad - The Guardian (August 18, 2003) Crimson Gold - The Guardian (August 16, 2003) An Encounter with Jafar Panahi - Iran Heritage Foundation (August 11, 2003) Iranian films at the Portobello film festival - BBC Persian (August 6, 2003) Contemporary Iranian Cinema (PFF 2003) Iranian Short Films (PFF 2003) Abbas fabulous - The Age (August 2, 2003) Kiarostmai and the Edinburgh Film Festival - BBC Persian (August 2, 2003) Teen director up for top film award - BBC (July 23, 2003) Mixed reception for Palestinian film - BBC (July 22, 2003) People watching - The Guardian (July 14, 2003) Growing up fast in Iran - "I'm Taraneh, 15" Review (June 13, 2003) Palme D'Or triumph for film starring amateurs - The Scotsman (May 26, 2003) Samira Makhmalbaf during the award ceremony of the 56th Film Festival in Cannes - AP (May 25, 2003) From Taliban to Cannes: An Afghan film reaches the bright lights - BBC Video (May 25, 2003) School shooting film wins at Cannes - BBC (May 25, 2003) Cannes winners in full - BBC (May 25, 2003) Director: Samira Makhmalbaf (Cannes 2003) PANJ É ASR (Cannes 2003) Samira Makhmalbaf: Like father, like daughter - The Independent (May 23, 2003) Director Without Borders - Washington Post (May 22, 2003) "Panj E Asr" Samira Makhmalbaf in Cannes BBC Persian - BBC Persian (May 20, 2003) A woman's place - The Guardian (May 19, 2003) Afghan plight jolts Cannes - BBC (May 18, 2003) Cannes 2003 - 56th Festival Costliest UK film takes on epic scale - The Guardian (May 17, 2003) Jackman up for epic lead - The Age (May 16, 2003) They call this quiet?An American author has created what she's dubbed 'a modern retelling of Pride And Prejudice', chronicling the plight of singletons in the 21st century - featuring characters called Lizzy, Jane, Bingley and Darcy.BBC's 1995 adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, featuring Jennifer Ehle as Elizabeth Bennet and Colin Firth as Mr Darcy.

- BG (May 21, 2012) Iranian film director scoops award at Cannes - Euronews (May 20, 2012) Farhadi taps Rahim - Variety (May 20, 2012) A Respectable Family: Cannes Review - Hollywood Reporter (May 20, 2012) Afghan Artists Tackle Controversial Issue of Temporary Marriage in Iran - PR (May 3, 2012) Talking Movies: Persepolis director explores life after death - BBC (May 3, 2012) Sex change film from Iran wins award in US film festival - BBC (April 27, 2012) Nouvelle blague - The Economist (April 21, 2012) Kim Novak handprint ceremony at Grauman's Chinese Theater - Hollywood (April 14, 2012) TCM Opening: 40th Anniversary Restoration of CABARET - Hollywood (April 12, 2012) Iranian cinema: Why art-house films are so rare - San Francisco Chronicle (March 28, 2012) Jafar Panahi: arrested, banned and defying Iran with his new film - The Guardian (March 22, 2012) Egypt artists slam university ban of Iranian film - AFP (March 14, 2012) Iranian Ceremony to Honor 'A Separation' Director is Canceled - NY Times (March 12, 2012) 'Not A Film,' Not When Tehran Says It Can't Be - NPR (February 28, 2012) Israeli audiences flock to Iran's Oscar-winning A Separation - The Guardian (February 28, 2012) Iran's first Oscar glory witnessed by a few in the country - BBC (February 27, 2012) Iran: Oscar win is victory over Israel - AP (February 27, 2012) Oscar success of A Separation celebrated back home in Iran - The Guardian (February 27, 2012) Iranian film is favourite for foreign film Oscar - BBC (February 24, 2012) Sean Stone looking to make movies in Iran - 3News (February 24, 2012) Abbas Kiarostami's short film - Video (February 22, 2012) Oliver Stone's director son turns to Islam - Daily Mail (February 14, 2012) Backlash as Iran hardliners label Oscar favourite a 'dirty picture' - The Guardian (February 4, 2012) Iran web abuzz at film's Oscar nomination - BBC (February 1, 2012) Oscar nominations 2012: what the critics say - The Guardian (January 28, 2012) Iran's Kiarostami: Golden Globe win comes with 'frustration' after cinema group closed - AP (January 16, 2012) Chicken with Plums: the snowy side of Tehran - The Guardian (January 9, 2012) Iranian cinema 'thriving despite government restrictions' - BBC (January 8, 2012) Iran To Close Independent Cinema Guild - REF/RL (January 4, 2012) An unlikely U. diplomat scores with Iranian fans - WP (December 23, 2011) A Separation - Iran's Oscars hope after Golden Globe nomination - BBC (December 23, 2011) A Searing Family Drama Reveals a Human Side of Iran - NY Times (December 21, 2011) Iran's Naderi explains why he shot 'Cut' in Japan - Japan Times (December 16, 2011) Iran Releases Filmmaker Linked To BBC - RFE/RL (December 12, 2011) Story of ex-CIA agent becomes a movie starring Ben Affleck - BH (December 12, 2011) Kiwi from Iran makes 'home video' - The Aucklander (December 9, 2011) 'The Cycle', A Classic Iranian Film, Remains Sadly Relevant - Popmatters (December 7, 2011) Iran-Israel 'war' hits Goa film festival - India Today (December 2, 2011) Gozaran-Time Passing: Film Review - Hollywood Reporter (November 26, 2011) A Separation scoops top APSA prize - SBS (November 25, 2011) Iranian film wins BBC world cinema award - BBC (November 18, 2011) An Evening with Pedro Almodóvar - USC (November 11, 2011) AFI Fest: Premiere of the Loneliest Planet - Hollywood (November 10, 2011) AFI Fest: Interview with Director Béla Tarr - Hollywood (November 9, 2011) AFI Fest: Premiere of We Need to Talk About Kevin - Hollywood (November 9, 2011) AFI Fest: Premiere of Shame - Hollywood (November 9, 2011) AFI Fest: Premiere of The Kid with a Bike - Hollywood (November 8, 2011) AFI Fest: Premiere of Kinyarwanda - Hollywood (November 7, 2011) AFI Fest: Premiere of Green - Hollywood (November 4, 2011) Iranian actress released from jail - The Guardian (October 29, 2011) Film Review: Soog - Variety (October 26, 2011) Release of Afghan-Iran film The School blocked in Kabul - BBC (October 21, 2011) Academy calls for release of Iranian film-makers - BBC (October 20, 2011) Iran Rejects Jafar Panahi's Appeal - Hollywood Reporter (October 17, 2011) Iranian filmmakers under attack - Variety (October 15, 2011) Iranian actor sentenced to 90 lashes for featuring in banned film - The Guardian (October 11, 2011) An Iranian Hit, but No Preconceptions, Please - NY Times (September 30, 2011) Iran arrests documentary film-makers - BBC (September 30, 2011) Exiled Iranian film director's flight to freedom - CNN (September 22, 2011) Iran detains film-makers accused of secretly working for BBC Persian TV - The Guardian (September 19, 2011) 'Nader' is Iran's Oscar entry - Variety (September 13, 2011) A report from the SF Iranian Film Festval - BBC Persian (September 11, 2011) | Report in English Sean Stone to make film on Mowlavi - Press TV (September 9, 2011) Facing Mirrors - Variety (September 6, 2011) Oliver Stone joins his son to plan documentary in Iran - The Guardian (September 6, 2011) Chicken With Plums (Poulet Aux Prunes) review - The Guardian (September 4, 2011) Cut: Venice Film Review - Hollywood Reporter (September 2, 2011) Jafar Panahi's This Is Not a Film.req'd) (June 19, 2002) Iranian Dispora Film Festival II - BBC Persian (May 21, 2002) Cannes Gets into the Digital Trend - AP via WP (May 17, 2002) Who will be the new Iran when the credits roll in Cannes?-Sunday Herald (May 5, 2002) Cannes 2002 - 55th Festival Afghan Alphabet (Makhmalbaf Film House) Iran's 'Baran': Through A Lens, Gently - WP (May 3, 2002) 'Baran's' Indelible Images - WP (May 3, 2002) Grace Under Pressure: Iran's Cinematic Bind - WP (April 28, 2002) Twenty-four hour movie people - The Guardian (April 27, 2002) "Maryam" - Salon (February 27, 2002) So Fajr Away- Village Voice (February 2002) 'Kandahar' Proves Moving and Timely - LA Times (January 11, 2002) The condemned - The Guardian (January 11, 2002) Actor or assassin?S., Iranian Jews turn to show biz - JTA (June 28, 2006) Premier of Gradually...Be Ahestegi - LA Film Festival (June 27, 2006) Premier of Kabul Transit - Gallery (June 25, 2006) Premier of Narrow Alleys - LA Film Festival (June 24, 2006) Parviz Sayyad's The Mission - Gallery (June 23, 2006) The opening night of the Los Angeles Film Festival - Gallery (June 22, 2006) Iran 1 Female fans 0 - The Guardian (June 11, 2006) Offside (PG) - The Independent (June 9, 2006) Barred from the game they love - Telegraph (June 2, 2006) Border Café - Melnitz Hall, UCLA (June 2-3, 2006) Arts and Freedom in Iran - IMOW (June 2006) Film festival hit by cartoon row - BBC (March 24, 2006) How not to be offside - Economist (March 9, 2006) Shohreh Aghdashloo Enjoys Career Boost from Oscar Nomination - Washington File (March 3, 2006) Iran films return to Berlin festival - BBC (February 18, 2006) Reviews: Niki Karimi's One Night - UCLA Iranian Film Festival (Februrary 3, 2006) Dr.

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