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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?
- Vanity Fair (September 1, 2012) At Any Price: Venice Review - Hollywood Reporter (August 30, 2012) 'Circumstance' review - The Guardian (August 23, 2012) Montreal World Film Festival to screen Iran's melodrama - Press TV (August 21, 2012) Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud talk about making of Chicken with Plums - Beverly Hills (August 6, 2012) France honors Iranian actress Leila Hatami - Press TV (August 4, 2012) Iran threatens to boycott Venice film festival over EU sanctions - The Guardiasn (July 31, 2012) Film on Iran's first female motor racing champion provokes controversy - Telegraph (July 23, 2012) Iran imposes travel ban on star actresses - Telegrapah (July 18, 2012) Iranian actress wins 2012 Karlovy Vary Film Festival - Press TV (July 8, 2012) 'Fairly Legal' Sarah Shahi on season two: 'We've found our voice now' - Digital Spy (July 7, 2012) The Last Step - Screen Daily (July 4, 2012) Iran's 'Bear' Takes Top Prize at Film Festival - Hollywood Reporter (June 26, 2012) LAFF: Director Filho talks about Jafar Panahi - LA (June 24, 2012) LAFF: Premiere of About Face - LA (June 21, 2012) LAFF: Premiere of "Middle Of Nowhere" - LA (June 20, 2012) LAFF: Leonard Nimoy - LA (June 16, 2012) LAFF: The Premiere of 'The Iran Job' - LA (June 15, 2012) Cannes 2012: Abbas Kiarostami: 'The world is my workshop' - The Guardian (May 28, 2012) Iranian filmmaking at two extremes - LA Times (May 25, 2012) German director to make film on Iranian scientist, Avicenna - Press TV (May 22, 2012) Cannes 2012: Like Someone in Love review - The Guardian (May 21, 2012) Iran's Kiarostami goes to Japan for latest film?
- 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.
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- San Francisco Chronicle (August 11, 2002) Walking with the Wind: Poems by Abbas Kiarostami - Brightlightsfilm (August 2002) Capturing the Fervor for Democracy in a Muslim Land - NY Times (August 4, 2002) A Film Peers Into Tehran, Through a Hall of Mirrors - NY Times (registr.
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