Iranian cinema has its own distinct cinematic language that champions the poetry in everyday life and the ordinary person by blurring the boundaries between fiction and reality, feature film with documentary – Rose Issa
Accompanied by clips from important films, this talk will unlock Iranian cinema and explore how its poetic, humanistic and visually striking style has led to it becoming one of the most important regional cinemas in the world today.
Please find attached a flyer containing more details. The following is a list of recommended films for pre-viewing:
- Where Is the Friend’s Home (1987), dir. Abbas Kiarostami
- Crimson Gold (2003), dir. Jafar Panahi
- Turtles Can Fly (2004), dir. Bahman Ghobadi
- The Past (2013), dir. Asghar Farhadi
Tickets for this event are available at the booking page for a £10 donation.