The Center for Iranian Studies at Tel Aviv University will present an Iranian Film Forum on Tuesdays, from February 23-May 25.
Screenings, followed by Q&A, will run from 6-8.30pm (Room 281, Gillman Building).
Attendees will have the opportunity to become acquainted with diverse aspects of the Iranian experience, within the country and abroad
Professor Mahmood Karimi-Hakak, an Iranian filmmaker and creative arts profession at Siena College of New York, will lead the discussions. He is a visiting Fulbright scholar at the Center for Iranian Studies at Tel Aviv University.
— February 23: Introduction to Iranian Cinema
Dream Interrupted (2004); Mahmood Karimi-Hakak
A documentary film based on “Exiled to Freedom: A Memoir of Censorship”
— March 16: Women in Iran
The Day I Became a Woman (2000); Marzieh Meshkini
— April 13: Iranian Youth
The Girl in the Sneakers (1999); Rasul Sadrameli
— May 4: Minorities in Iran
The Blackboard (1999); Samirah Makhmalbaf
— May 25: Iranian Diaspora
To be announced
The program is tentative and subject to change