Browse by author: Najmeh Khalili Mahani
An analysis of the Iranian film ??The Neigbour??.
An analysis of the politicized use of food as a means of generating taboo forms of sensuousness in Iranian cinema.
An assessment of Baizai's troubles in recent years to consistently get films made.
An in-depth analysis of the representation of women in contemporary Iranian cinema.
A somewhat irreverent, insightful analysis of two recent female-centered Iranian documentaries, The Ladies Room and Iranian Journey.
Najmeh Khalili returns with a theoretical speculation on new digital media which looks for answers by looking into the cinematic past.
Active before and after the Iranian Revolution of 1979, writer-director Bahram Baizai is an important figure of Iranian cinema. Yet he has yet to receive the awards and accolades of his contemporaries, like Kiarostami, Makhmalbaf, Panahi, and Majidi, at least not in the West.
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