Iranian Cinema

Iranian Cinema

Before and After the Revolution

DVD - 2019
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Friendly Persuasion (2000) gives an overarching portrait of Iranian cinema through interviews with three generations of Iranian directors - from New Wave visionaries (Abbas Kiarostami) to post-revolutionaries (Mohsen Makhmalbaf) and the third generation (Jafar Panahi).
The Lost Cinema (2007) digs deeper into the Iranian New Wave, which blossomed as a counter-cinema in the 1970s and ended up banned due to the severely restrictive censorship codes imposed by the Islamic government after the 1979 Revolution
A Cinema of Discontent (2013) focuses on contemporary censorship codes by interviewing twelve filmmakers (from Asghar Farhadi to Dariush Mehrjui) about how they cope with or circumvent these restrictions. Taken together,
Publisher: New York : Kino Lorber, [2019]
Copyright Date: ©2019
Branch Call Number: DVD 791.43095/IRANIAN
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs ( approximately 316 mins) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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