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Sri Lanka hosts Iranian film festival 

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Sri Lanka hosts Iranian film festival 

TEHRAN – A festival of Iranian films entitled “Cinema of Post Islamic Revolution Iran” was held in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo from December 12 to 16.

Seven Iranian films with English subtitles were screened during the festival, which was organized by Iran’s cultural office in Colombo.

The Girl in Sneakers” by Rasul Sadr-Ameli, “M for Mother” by Rasul Mollaqolipur, “Tears of Cold” by Azizollah Hamidnejad and “The Sand Storm” by Javad Shamaqdari were among the films.

The Song of Sparrows” by Majid Majidi, “Superstar” by Tahmineh Milani and “The Secret Club” by Jamal Shurjeh were also screened.

Photo: A poster for a festival of Iranian films in Colombo, Sri Lanka.



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