Tag: iran

Golden Bear winner Mohammad Rasoulof reportedly summoned to prison in Iran

The director's lawyer confirms receipt of an order to turn himself in to Iranian authorities

There Is No Evil trailer: Take a look at Mohammad Rasoulof's Berlin Golden Bear-winning film

The Iranian director's 8th film will arrive in UK cinemas later this year

Venice Sala: Just 6.5 Review

Roustayi's Just 6.5 (so named for the 6.5 million addicts in Iran) is a hard-hitting and impressive piece of work

3 Faces Review

Jafar Panahi returns with another insightful look at Iranian society

Everybody Knows Review

Cruz and Bardem shine in Farhadi’s new film

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night Review

A young vampire haunts the street of a small Iranian town

Hero or Villain: We Decide #3 - Nicholas Brody

Hero or Villain: We Decide #3 - Nicholas Brody from Homeland

World of Warcraft Blocked in Iran

Is there more to it than U.S trade sanctions?

No One Knows About Persian Cats Review

Bahman Ghobadi leaves the mountains of Kurdistan and goes underground for a story about the indie rock scene in Tehran.

Divorce Iranian Style / Runaway Review

Two superb documentaries by Kim Longinotto and Ziba Mir-Hosseini examine the cases of a number of Iranian women and young girls unable to cope with the country's repressive laws.

Half Moon Review

The latest film from the Iranian director of A Time For Drunken Horses and Turtles Can Fly is another surreal journey through the Kurdistan borders of Iran and Iraq. Noel Megahey reviews the UK DVD release from ICA.