Fajr Film Market Unveils Poster, 47 Companies to Take Part

The 35th edition of Fajr International Film Festival has released the poster for 20th ifm Iranian International Market.

Svend Bolstad Jensen, CEO of ARTHAUS: Iranian Films Are More Based on Poetry and Art Rather Than those Common Ways of Storytelling

  Svend Bolstad Jensen CEO of the Norwegian Company, Arthaus, which is located at Oslo.   Is this your first time that you experience participating Fajr International Film Festival? I came to Tehran, to the Iranian Film Market fourteen years ago. The previous time that I came it was in February in which it was

FIFF As A Platform For Screening International Films

  Mohammad Atebayi, Iranian film distributor concerned FIFF as an opportunity to screen non Iranian films. According to the Public Relations Office of the 34th FIFF, Mohammad Atebayi in an interview said that he is not agree with organizing the festival in two separated sections with a single name and insisted, “Fajr Film Festival should

Ute Hall from university of Basel, Switzerland; Poetical Aspects of Iranian Cinema Absorbs European Audiences

  Ute Hall from university of Basel, Switzerland is one the international guests of the 34th FIFF. she believes that during her visit she has thought a lot about Iranian culture and cinema and is looking forward further cooperation. According to the public relations office of the 34th Fajr International Film Festival, Ute Hall, Professor

An Interview with Claudia Bedogni, the Italian Film : IFM Is Growing Every Year

  Claudia Bedogni is the Italian C.E.O – Head of Acquisitions&Co-productions of SATINE FILM DISTRIBUZIONE . SATINE FILM DISTRIBUZIONE is a brand new company that aims at developing and scouting film projects for international co-productions and feature films for domestic distribution with a key focus on highlighting talents form the emerging and most dynamic film

150 Films in Video Library Of IFM

Video library is one the parts of the Iran Film Market which is warmly welcomed by the participants.

An Interview with Zaza Khalvashi, Director of Solomon, the Georgian Film: I Was Growing Up Watching Iranian Films

      Zaza Khalvashi was born on May 17, 1957 in Batumi, Adjar ASSR, Georgian SSR, USSR [now Republic of Georgia]. He is a director and writer, known for Mizerere (1996), Ik-Chemtan (1990) and The Wishing Tree (1977). Solomon, his latest movie, has won the best film of the year from Georgia film festival

An Interview with Marcin Luczaj, Programmer at Warsaw Film Festival: FIFF looks like festival and film markets in Europe or Unites States

Marcin Luczaj, who is representing Warsaw Film festival finds FIFF well organized and is looking for new and experimental Iranian films for the upcoming edition of Warsaw Film Festival. According to the public relations office of the 34th Fajr International Film Festival, Marcin Luczaj in an interview talked about his expectations about his presence in

An Interview with the Italian Journalist, Angela Prudenzi, on the 19th IFM: ‘Fish and Cat’ is the type of Iranian cinema that I like

Angela Prudenzi is an Italian journalist. She has worked at different film festivals in Italy

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