The 37th Fajr International Film Festival (FIff) lined up 48 Iranian titles for screening at this year’s Film Market.
37th FIff market to screen 48 Iranian titles
Iran’s Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) and Kazakhstan’s Kazinform held an exhibition of photos of the 27 years of diplomatic ties between the two countries.
Iran, Kazakhstan news agencies hold joint photo gallery
Norwegian painter Edvard Munch’s most angst-filled moment may well not be represented by his best known work, ‘The Scream.’ Another painting in a British Museum exhibition holds the key to a moment of greater drama and violence in the Norwegian painter’s troubled life.
Edvard Munch ‘reunited’ with fiancée for British Museum show
Iranian composer Manouchehr Sahbai is to lead Tehran Symphony Orchestra (TSO) as the guest conductor on April 17 and 18 at Tehran’s Vahdat Hall.
Iranian composer Sahbai to lead Tehran Symphony as guest conductor
It took a genius to see the genius of Dan Robbins, the inventor of painting-by-numbers who has died at 93. For art critics, painting-by-numbers was, and is, a byword for robotic repetition and unoriginality – and that was exactly what Andy Warhol adored about it. In 1962, when he was searching for a mechanical artistic process, he painted a series of homages to Robbins. His ‘Do it Yourself’ paintings mimic painting-by-numbers landscapes, with blocky areas of flat color guided by a grid of numbers visible through the paint.
From Warhol to minimalism: How painting-by-numbers revolutionized art
Iranian documentary, ‘Beloved,’ directed by Yasser Talebi, reached the competition section of the 26th Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival slated for April 25 to May 5 in Toronto, Canada.
‘Beloved’ to hit Canadian silver screen
‘Golnesa’ directed by Sattar Chamani-Gol was placed among the nominees of the best feature film award at the third edition of the Phenician International Film Festival in Lyon, France.
‘Golnesa’ nominated in French int’l festival
A team of archeologists and other specialists in Egypt plan to open a sarcophagus containing a 3,000-year-old mummy on Sunday as part of a live Discovery Channel special called "Expedition Unknown: Egypt Live".
Ancient Egyptian sarcophagus to be opened on live TV
The thirteenth Malaysian Book Fair ended with the introduction of the book, ‘The Cultural and Civilization Heritage of Iran and the Malay World: A Cultural Discourse,’ and the granting of the Malaysian National Book Award to this book, which is jointly edited by an Iranian researcher residing in Malaysia, Abdolreza Alemi, and Professor Farid al-Attas, a professor at the National University of Singapore.
Iranian researcher receives Malaysian National Book Award

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