The exhibit aims to recognize Iranian contemporary artists and introduce their artworks to the global art market by building a reliable connection between the international art market, audiences, investors, collectors and Iranian Artists.
Since 1979, solo singing in public is forbidden for women in Iran.
For several years, starting in 2015, Iranian ethnomusicologist Yalda Yazdani, and German filmmakers, Andreas Rochholl and Sebastian Leitner, have been travelling through Iran to meet and film female singers in all parts of this multi-ethnic, diverse country.
A Simple Wedding stars Iranian husband and wife acting legends Shohreh Aghdashloo and Houshang Touzie, alongside new-comer Tara Grammy, whose character, Nousha, is an Iranian-American girl living in California with a habit of sabotaging her relationships and frustrating her parents.
Naghsh-e-Jahân square is the heart of Esfahân. And this heart throbs to host Iranian natives and guests, foreign tourists or anyone who comes to admire the beauty of one of Iran’s many gems.
UKIFF: London Iranian Film Festival is an annual, independent film festival held in London, United Kingdom. As the only festival in the UK dedicated to Iranian independent cinema, aims to provide a platform for Iranian cinema in the UK.
There’s No One in the Mirror is a collection of short stories by renowned Iranian author Guita Garakani.
Translated into English by Hedyeh Hastibakhsh, these stories–although written in deceptively simple language–have a depth and poignancy which touch the reader’s soul: From the exploration of deep emotions, loneliness, and despair, to a hint of light comedy, and even a touch of science fiction and the supernatural, this collection has something for fans of every genre.
The 11th edition of FILMINUTE, the international one-minute film festival, opened this week with a collection of the world’s best ultrashort films, each delivering a complete story in exactly one minute.
ASMR–or what some refer to as “ear porn” or “head orgasm”–stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response: A euphoric experience characterized by a static-like or tingling sensation on the skin that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine, resulting in relaxation.
Born in Paris, Iranian artist Sassan Bakhtiar, employs Western techniques like Pop Art and Photomontage to create a colorful collection of pieces emblazoned with imagery featuring Persian carpet designs as well as varying Iranian geometric styles.