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'It Rains Slowly' revitalizes Nepal's human rights festival
Iranian short film 'It Rains Slowly', directed by Saeed Nejati, received the Best Feature Film Award in the fiction category at the 6th Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival (NHRIFF).
Preserving local culture in an innovative way
A group of wayang keroncong (Portuguese-tinged pop puppeteers) from Surakarta, Central Java, has found an innovative way to preserve local culture.
'Everybody Knows' Farhadi, but few aware of Argentina screening
Oscar-winning director Asghar Farhadi's latest film 'Everybody Knows' will go on Argentinian public screen from September 13.
Hamedan to host UNWTO meeting
Iran's western city of Hamedan will host the 40th United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) meeting from November 12 to 14.
Broken Olive Branches to spotlight Islamic world crises
The 36th Fajr International Film Festival (FIff) announced that Syria, Yemen and Myanmar will be the focus of the second edition of Broken Olive Branches section.
Museum displays parity of women in ancient Egypt
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Iran's internationally acclaimed 'Saad's Olive Tree' eyes Garden State award
Iranian film 'Saad's Olive Tree', by Ahmad Zayeri, will compete in the 16th Garden State Film Festival in New Jersey, the US.
Iran's 'No Date, No Signature' wins Serbia Jury Prize
Iranian movie 'No Date, No Signature', by Vahid Jalilvand, won the Jury Prize at 46th International Film Festival in Belgrade, Serbia.
Gabbeh exposes ingenuity of Persian rugs
Persian Gabbeh is a hand-knotted thick Persian rug with long pile. It is made by nomads in the southern Iranian province of Fars — the capital of which is the famous city of Shiraz.
Isfahan’s Jame’ Mosque boasts pioneering role in mosque architecture
Located in the historic center of Isfahan, Jame’ Mosque can be viewed as a stunning illustration of the development in the architecture of mosques over the past 12 centuries, starting from 841 CE.
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