The Iranian film, ‘Gold Carrier,’ directed by Touraj Aslani, was awarded at the 7th Duhok International Film Festival in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Iran’s ‘Gold Carrier’ shines at Duhok festival in Iraq
Iranian director Reza Farahmand’s documentary ‘Copper Notes of a Dream’ was selected for the Competition section of the 11th DMZ International Documentary Film Festival in South Korea.
Iran’s ‘Copper Notes of a Dream’ to vie in South Korea
‘Rona, Azim’s Mother,’ a co-production between Afghanistan and Iran by Tehran-based Afghan brothers, Jamshid and Navid Mahmudi, won the best film award at the SAMA International Film Festival in Sweden.
‘Rona, Azim’s Mother’ wins at SAMA festival in Sweden
Iranian-German music composer Ramin Djawadi won the award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score) for ‘Game of Thrones’ at the 71st Emmy Awards.
Iranian-German composer Djawadi wins best score award for 'Game of Thrones’
The remains of a high-quality Romano-British butcher’s business and center for crafts have been unearthed by archeologists in Devon, southwest England.
New finds beef up case for redrawing map of Roman Empire
The southeastern Chinese city of Shenzhen is best known for its high-tech industry. On its northern outskirts, the village of Dafen has another claim to fame: Replicas of famous paintings that adorn hotels and restaurants around the world.
China's Dafen produces 60% of world's oil painting replicas
One of the world’s rarest and most highly-prized of all Islamic gold coins is to be offered for auction in London on October 24.
World’s rarest and most valuable Islamic coin to be auctioned
The Managing Director of Chinese Ananas Publishing Institute Qin Nan said that his institute is ready to cooperate with Iran in the field of publishing children’s books.
China ready to cooperate with Iran in children’s book publishing field
The Iranian documentary film, ‘Platform’, directed by Sahar Mosayebi, has been nominated for the 27th Raindance Film Festival’s Discovery Award.
Iran’s ‘Platform’ appears on Raindance nomination lineup
The lion and the bull have been fighting, locked in stone, for nearly 2,500 years – ever since an ancient sculptor carved them into a slab of black limestone and set them into a monumental staircase at Persepolis, the royal center of the great Achaemenid Empire.
Ancient Persian artifact nearly 2,500 years old returns to Oriental Institute

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