Keyword : Iranian Cinema
Firstrun Features does an admirable job with the DVD transfer of Dariush Mehrjui's excellent Leila.
Part two of Peter Rist's critical assessment of Iranian films that played at the most recent of the major Montreal film festivals.
The first of a two-part critical assessment of recent Iranian cinema seen through the eyes of Montreal film critic and film professor Peter Rist.
One of the grand masters of contemporary cinema visits Montreal. Read an exclusive interview here at Offscreen.
Another edition of the FCMM has come and gone, and I can not remember an edition which featured as many programmers and organizers brimming with perennial smiles.
An in-depth historical analysis of pre-Revolution Iranian cinema.
Early in 1997 the CCA (Cinémathèque Canada) ran a near complete retrospective on Iranian director Mohsen Makhmalbaf.
In “Asian potpourri”, the adventurous reader will find a series of loosely connected reviews of films from Iran (from this past year's Festival of International Cinema and New Media) and Central Asia.
There is no doubt about it, Asian cinema is hot, hotter and hottest on the International film circuit. Montreal, always on the vanguard where foreign film is concerned, has caught the bug.